Rep. Rashida Tlaib defends calling Trump an expletive10:04
Rep. Rashida Tlaib became the talk of Washington, D.C. just hours after being sworn in as a freshman congresswoman for using an expletive while vowing to impeach Donald Trump. After more than two years of never publicly shaming the president for his offensive comments, Republicans have vocally taken offense at Tlaib’s use of a swear word. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.
Tiffany Cross: We have to challenge Republicans to confront this president10:29
Rep. Anthony Brown: Most GOP colleagues are embarrassed as there is little justification for Trump shutdown04:56
Backlash after networks give Trump primetime airtime for his border wall speech16:04
María Teresa Kumar: For Dems to win 2020, House Dems have to put points on the board09:17
Jill Wine-Banks: Nixon was our crook, not a foreign power's crook. That’s a very big difference10:32
New allegations suggest Trump possibly concealed notes of Putin meeting16:29