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    Steve Kornacki: 'Good judgment' question could factor into Georgia runoff

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    08:14
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    08:44
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    05:18
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    04:59
  • Rep. Aguilar: Funding for Covid, Ukraine aid the important priority for December

    05:20
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    04:29
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    06:18
  • Final day before Georgia Senate runoff election

    07:22
  • Paul Pelosi makes first public appearance following attack

    01:53
  • Mika: Republicans you are helping Trump by not stepping up and speaking out

    08:34
  • Rep. Sherrill: Macron's visit shows strength of alliances with our allies

    12:21
  • Stephanie Ruhle: Inflation a problem but jobs picture remains strong

    03:47
  • Rep. Clyburn: I had hoped after midterms GOP would see value of coming to the middle

    08:06
  • Dems will try and forge consensus 'where we can', says Rep. Neguse

    04:44
  • Kurt Bardella: Democrats have Republicans on the defensive

    07:25
  • Jim Parsons: 'Spoiler Alert' is a 'life-affirming, love-affirming tale'

    07:54
  • South Carolina could kick off 2024 for Democrats

    05:56
  • Joe: GOP talking to themselves; Biden has figured out how to connect Independent, swing voters

    09:15

Woody Guthrie novel hidden for over 60 years finally sees light of day

10:25

Nora Guthrie, daughter of Woody Guthrie, arguably the country's most well-known folk singer, joins Morning Joe to discuss her father's novel, "House of Earth," which was written in 1947 but not published until 2013. Historian Douglas Brinkley wrote the novel's intro and he joins Morning Joe as well to discuss.