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    Jeff Goldblum on 'insect politics,' weird roles, dream directors, Judaism, jazz & Xmas music

    55:41
  • Trump's "toxic" wing causes chaos in House

    09:08
  • See Trump-Ye-supremacist dinner shredded by Ari Melber on MSNBC

    10:34
  • Basquiat revolution: From policing to parties, family & Fab 5 Freddy recount artist's work (2022)

    26:56
  • Trump braces: Tax returns going to Congress as Pence mulls DOJ interview

    09:56
  • As Trump fades after midterm fizzle, Fat Joe on politics and “MSNBC bromance”

    16:22
  • Trump tax bombshell: Tax returns going to Congress

    07:06
  • MAGA allies freak out as new prosecutor eyes Trump crimes

    06:18
  • Trump rocked: DOJ taps new criminal prosecutor but A.G. Garland will make indictment call

    08:33
  • MSNBC’s Melber: Garland can’t 'punt' decision on indicting trump

    12:33
  • MAGA’s Big Lie candidates crushed in midterms as Murdoch trolls ‘loser’ Trump

    10:48
  • 'Trailblazer': Pelosi steps away from gavel with epic wins and defeating Trump

    04:44
  • GOP ‘chaos’: MAGA hits McConnell after ‘loser’ Trump disappoints in midterms

    06:58
  • GOP wins control of House by razor-thin margin as chaos hits party

    02:54
  • NBC projects GOP wins control of the House of Representatives

    03:52
  • ‘Who we’ve always been’: Ken Burns on violence as part of American identity

    06:33
  • 'Loser' Trump torched for party 'funeral' after ruinous midterms

    04:45
  • GOP senate bomb: MAGA allies confront McConnell after Trump’s humiliating losses

    07:50
  • Trump's legal hellscape: DOJ vet on busting Jan. 6 subpoena delay tactic

    04:00
  • 'Toxic' Trump's MAGA wing threatens GOP power after humiliating midterms

    04:56

Revealed: The strongest case for impeaching Trump is bribery

09:32

Pres. Trump faces many potential grounds for impeachment, but the strongest is one of two impeachment offenses specifically spelled out in the Constitution — bribery. Ari Melber, MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent and an attorney, reports how the House could apply the bribery provision to impeach Trump, walking through the legal rules and mounting evidence against the President. Melber also discusses some of the defenses available to Trump, and contrasts a focus on bribery to past impeachment efforts that have bogged down on how to define a “high crime.”