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    Shame almost reaches politicians cozy with the NRA

    03:10
  • Hayes: NRA’s ‘good guy with a gun’ theory failed in real time in Uvalde

    11:22
  • Mallory McMorrow won’t let GOP colleagues silence her

    10:00
  • How GOP Talk of "Evil" Dodges Discussion of Gun Control

    09:02
  • New outrage over gut-wrenching blunders by TX police, Gov. Greg Abbott in school massacre

    10:23
  • Ad It Up! Breaking down the campaign ads making waves

    12:26
  • Lawrence: Republicans don't want you to know the truth about TX school massacre

    15:26
  • Joy Reid: Republicans are tying themselves in pretzels to point fingers at every thing but the gun

    11:59
  • Duckworth: GOP senators ‘value checks from the NRA over the lives of little babies’

    07:57
  • 'Enraging': Hayes on dystopian call to ‘harden the schools’ after shootings

    07:18
  • ‘Tools of war’: GOP’s obsession with guns reveals major weakness within the party

    07:08
  • Horrific Texas mass shooting reveals GOP’s weakness ahead of midterms

    07:43
  • After Texas massacre, GOP pushes false narrative in support of guns

    05:02
  • Swalwell: Show America where Republicans stand on guns

    11:08
  • Republicans press 'good guy with a gun' bromide despite fresh failures

    02:45
  • Lawrence: GOP position is kids have to die because the Constitution says so

    18:50
  • Joy Reid: Replace four or five Republican senators and you can pass gun reform

    05:55
  • Julián Castro: Texas Republicans pushing lie that ‘more guns’ is the answer

    05:56
  • NRA shows hypocrisy ahead of forum

    09:27
  • ‘Hunting human beings’: Outrage at GOP for blocking gun control after Texas school massacre

    09:27

Could Donald Trump hurt the GOP?

07:41

With the Iowa caucuses on the horizon, Republican leaders fear frontrunner Donald Trump could cost them control of Congress. MSNBC Political Analyst Michael Steele and Washington Post Columnist E.J. Dionne discuss whether or not Trump’s surge will cause irreparable damage to the GOP.