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    06:56
  • David French: What we can learn by giving enemies a second chance

    08:59
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    08:36
  • What the abortion decision in Kansas could mean for the midterms

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    06:21
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    05:54
  • Mika: My mom taught me and my brothers to stand on our own

    05:21
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    04:55
  • Joe: GOP has become so radical that Liz, Dick Cheney are considered so-called 'RINOs'

    06:57
  • Joe: The Arizona GOP selected the most extreme slate of candidates

    03:37
  • China sanctions House Speaker Pelosi over Taiwan trip

    07:35
  • Why the time has come to reform Electoral Count Act

    08:52
  • CPAC begins in Dallas with appearance from far-right leader

    08:35
  • Sen. Menendez: We need to be able to stand up to China

    08:07
  • DOT seeks to tighten rules for airline refunds

    11:13
  • Sen. Booker pushes for establishing SCOTUS term limits

    07:52
  • Dems pick up lead over Republicans in generic ballot polling

    04:33

Ford brings production back to Detroit

06:24

Alan Mulally, the president and CEO of Ford Motor Company, joins the Morning Joe panel to talk  about the decision to move production of the Ford Fusion to the United States and how it will impact the Detroit economy.