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  • Chris Matthews says Julian Assange was Trump’s ‘best sidekick’ in 2016

    08:26
  • During campaign, Trump bragged about online polls Cohen rigged

    04:36
  • Trump now calling Access Hollywood tape ‘fake’

    08:11
  • Katy Tur: Trump wants to be liked

    07:58
  • Matthews: People hate ruling class Trump ran against

    02:03
  • Matthews: Trump brags but he doesn't actually perform

    08:56
  • Rep: Public has right to know how Russia impacted ‘16

    06:49
  • Matthews: Democrats blame Comey for HRC loss

    06:23
  • Inside Clinton’s failed 2016 campaign

    06:23
  • Trump takes a fall

    09:27
  • The split of the Democratic Party: Bernie vs. Obama

    08:54
  • Trump: I haven't called Russia in 10 years

    07:44
  • Angry town hall crowds confront GOP

    07:22
  • Chris: Trump stop looking in rear-view mirror

    00:58
  • Russia disrupts democracy

    04:23
  • Stars, activists, and politicians at the march

    02:27
  • The Rockettes' problem with Donald Trump

    03:38
  • Trump dismissing Russia cyber threats?

    09:39
  • Will US retaliate against Russia for hacks?

    04:18
  • Best and worst political moments of 2016

    08:22

Sanders: 'I'm not an inside-the-Beltway guy'

14:25

Bernie Sanders makes his case for a "political revolution" that would hold government more accountable to the people, stressing to MSNBC's Chris Matthews that such accountability is essential to support the American people. He debates Chris Matthews on the processes of creating change in a standstill U.S. government.