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    Siddiqui: Haley campaign can’t ‘point to a state’ they can win, time is not on Haley’s side

  • Ukrainian documentarian: Ukraine is ‘a humanitarian catastrophe,’ but ‘a bargaining chip for some’

  • Amb. Markarova: U.S. has to ‘be bold,’ ‘sanction all Russian banks,’ to stop Russian ‘war crimes’

  • German Foreign Minister: ‘Is it not our obligation to provide this humanitarian assistance’ in Gaza?

  • VP Harris: ‘This is a moment where America has the ability to actually demonstrate through action’

  • McFaul: It’s ‘hard’ for Navalnaya to fight Putin but Congress has ‘something right in front of them’

  • Trump's hush money trial in New York to begin March 25

  • Chuck Rosenberg: Willis should ‘consider removing herself’ from Georgia election interference case

  • Alon Pinkas: ‘Call it what you want,’ a Gaza ceasefire deal ‘would end the war the way we know it’

  • Sen. Kaine: Turner's warning of a threat is ‘cryptic,’ ‘he hasn’t indicated what he’s referring to’

  • Lemire: ‘Real concerns’ about ‘what the US really stands for’ if congress fails to pass foreign aid

  • Gonzalez: ‘Last time, Trump did not behave as an ally’ to Europe. Now, ‘we need to be prepared’

  • Molly Hunter: ‘In Rafah, no one believes’ Netanyahu will wait to launch ground incursion

  • Harvard Law scholar: There is no ‘good reason for’ the Supreme Court to review Trump’s immunity case

  • Sen. Klobuchar: ‘We wouldn't be’ working on aid deal ‘night after night’ if there wasn’t a ‘path’

  • David Ignatius: ‘We're heading toward a showdown between Biden and Netanyahu’ over hostage deal

  • Greenhouse: ‘Colorado just hadn’t met’ the ‘burden of proof’ to sway SCOTUS to bar Trump from ballot

  • Nirenberg: Failed congressional border deal is ‘a political crisis,’ ‘worse than doing nothing’

  • Leon Panetta: By not passing aid to allies, U.S. is ‘sending a message of weakness to the world’

  • Brendan Buck: Haley’s campaign ‘feels hopeless’ and like it’s ‘waiting for Donald Trump to implode’


Tim Miller: ‘Isolationist wing of the Republican Party is ascendant right now,’ and underestimated


Former President Donald Trump leads President Biden by five points nationally in a new NBC News poll as more congressional Republicans throw their support behind the former president in his primary against his former U.N. ambassador, Nikki Haley. Robert Gibbs, Tim Miller, and Kim Atkins Stohr join Andrea Mitchell to discuss the state of the race. “I think that that isolationist wing of the Republican Party is ascendant right now. I think frankly, it’s underrepresented in Washington,” Miller says. “I think the voters, if you look at the polls of Republican voters or you talk to Republican voters, they are more sympathetic to the idea that we should pull back from Ukraine, pull back from the world than a lot of Republican elected officials are. So I think there's good reason to be worried about that going forward.”