This morning on the show...
Now that we know who the nominee will be, we'll take a closer look at Romney and make sure there aren't any overlooked details before his coronation. We'll also look at issue #1, the economy (remember when we talked about how the economy would drive the Republicans to victory?) Jobs numbers are out this morning, but regardless of what they are, it's unclear if they carry the same weight in the election post the war on women. And finally: President Obama made closing Guantanamo his first political promise when in office. He failed, and now the 9/11 terror trials are set for hearing there. A look at Gitmo in the aftermath of the President's promise at noon ET.
Ari Melber, The Nation/msnbc Contributor (@arimelber)
Baratunde Thurston, Author, “How To Be Black” (@baratunde)
S.E. Cupp, NY Daily News Columnist (@secupp)
Richard Wolffe, msnbc Political Analyst (@richardwolffedc)
Chris Mooney, Author, “The Republican Brain: The Science of Why They Deny Science and Reality” (@chrismooney_)
Hina Shamsi, ACLU National Security Project