Monthly Archives: March 2019

Opinion: The Aftermath of the Mueller Report

Mueller’s investigation may be over but the political battle rumbles on as Democrats call for the release of the Special Counsel’s entire report. Will Democrats let the collusion narrative drop? Image: Getty Read the origin of topic at WSJ Live … Continue reading

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Could Bill Weld pose challenge to Trump in 2020 GOP primary?

Despite a recent Gallup poll showing 90 percent of Republicans approve of President Donald Trump, fmr. GOP Gov. Bill Weld of Massachusetts is considering a run for president. Weld joins Alex Witt to talk about the uphill battle he faces … Continue reading

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Report: Saudis gained access to Bezos’ phone, private info

A new report in the Daily Beast says Saudis may have had access to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ phone and gained private information. The Daily Beast’s Lachlan Markay has more details. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com … Continue reading

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Rev. Al Sharpton: What’s In The Mueller Report?

Rev. Al Sharpton talks with David Brock, Sophia Nelson and Paul Butler about the released Attorney General Barr summary of the Mueller Report, and what they are still waiting on to find out, and what they’re expecting to hear in … Continue reading

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One on One with Sen. Jeff Merkley

Rev. Al Sharpton talks with Senator Jeff Merkley about the 2020 Presidential Race which is taking shape, the Mueller Report, and the resurfacing of President Trump’s attempt to try to take down Obamacare. Read more Read the origin of topic … Continue reading

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Chicago Mayoral Race

Rev. Al Sharpton sits down with Lynn Sweet and Rev. Jesse Jackson to discuss the historic mayoral race taking place in Chicago and the impact it will have on politics as a whole in this segment. Read more Read the … Continue reading

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Rep. Debbie Dingell on Trump’s renewed health care battle

President Donald Trump said at Thursday’s rally in Michigan that “the republican party will soon be known as the party of health care.” Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) joins Alex Witt to weigh in on the president’s comment, as well as … Continue reading

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Rucker: Mueller was not acting with full independence

The Washington Post’s Philip Rucker explains how Special Counsel Robert Mueller was not acting with full independence and if he subpoenaed President Trump for an interview, it would have been challenged in court. Read more Read the origin of topic … Continue reading

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Trump is ‘focused on vengeance’ after end of Mueller investigation

The New York Times reports that the president wants 'vengeance' on his critics at the end of the Mueller investigation. This as the president threatens to 'close the border' with Mexico reigniting his rhetoric of immigration. Jonathan Allen and Annie … Continue reading

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John Delaney on Mueller’s Report

In an interview with Gerry Baker on Fox Business Network’s “WSJ at Large,” Former Rep. John Delaney, a Maryland Democrat and 2020 presidential candidate, spoke about Robert Mueller’s investigation and its conclusion. Read the origin of topic at WSJ Live … Continue reading

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