What's coming your way tonight on PoliticsNation?
Amid investigations and subpoenas, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie gave his inaugural address today after being sworn into his second term at the state's capital Trenton. In his speech Christie talked about New Jersey's need to be more inclusive and a more bipartisan state, but did not address the growing allegations that his administration has abused of power.
But it's the former Chairman of the Republican Governors Association who might be in more trouble today than the group's current leader Christie. Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has been indicted on federal corruption charges.
We'll discuss the latest developments and the rest of the day's news with MSNBC Contributor Goldie Taylor, Dana Milbank, Up Host Steve Kornacki, New Jersey Assemblyman Gordon Johnson, and Virginia State Sen. Donald McEachin.
That's not all you'll see tonight. If you haven't seen great new video of Michelle Obama dunking on LeBron James, be sure to tune in.
But our most anticipated guest is Antoinette Tuff, the school office clerk who became a hostage and then a hero last August when she successfully talked down a gunman who entered the Georgia school she worked at. She has a new book out today, "Prepared for a Purpose" and she'll join Rev. Sharpton at 6 p.m. ET to discuss it.