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351 Episodes

Ahead of Biden & Trump's first 2024 debate, our Nightcap crew compares the campaigns' progress

With less than one week to go until the presidential candidates' first debate, our Nightcap roundtable looks at where the campaigns stand right now. Plus, the real impact of Louisiana's law about the Ten Commandments in schools. And - everyone gives their MVPs of the week. Mary Carillo, Susan Page, James Carville, and Eddie Glaude join.

Transcribed - Published: 22 June 2024

Democrats rush to block pathway for national abortion ban

Democrats are pushing to address an 1873 law they say could be used to create a national abortion ban if Trump wins. Plus, new details on the first presidential debate. And new reporting on what colleagues told the judge overseeing the Mar-a-Lago documents case. Evan McMorris-Santoro, Juanita Tolliver, Tara Setmayer, Amanda Carpenter, Joyce Vance, David Gura, and Peter Spiegel join.

Transcribed - Published: 21 June 2024

Starkly different messaging from Biden & Trump campaigns on Juneteenth

On this Juneteenth, the Biden-Harris campaign is out with a new ad focusing on African-American contributions to the nation, as Trump's team releases a five-line statement starting with "All Slaves are Free!" Then, a new warning about what far-right wants to see in a future America. Also, the White House responds to Netanyahu's accusation that the U.S. is "withholding weapons" from Israel amid its war with Hamas. Vaughn Hillyard, Molly Jong-Fast, Symone Sanders Townsend, Tim Miller, Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Heather Cox Richardson, and Michael Allen join.

Transcribed - Published: 20 June 2024

Biden announces new immigration protections as first debate approaches

Joe Biden announces a new policy shielding undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens from deportation and says he'll let Trump's tax cuts expire for the wealthy if elected. Plus, Putin arrives in North Korea amidst Russia-Ukraine war. And Trump campaigns in Wisconsin, denying negative comments about Milwaukee. Peter Baker, Raul Reyes, Ali Vitali, Charlie Sykes, Cornell Belcher, Michael McFaul, Gabriela Cowperthwaite, and Nathan Halverson join The 11th Hour.

Transcribed - Published: 19 June 2024

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore issues historic mass pardon for marijuana convictions

Maryland Governor Wes Moore makes history with an order to pardon some 175,000 marijuana convictions. Also, the Biden campaign launches a $50 million ad campaign that includes a focus on Donald Trump's criminal convictions. Plus, the new rules for the upcoming presidential debate include muted microphones for both candidates. And Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy calls for tobacco-style warning labels on social media platforms. Wes Moore, Charles Coleman Jr., Jon Allen, Yamiche Alcindor, Matthew Dowd, Chuck Rocha, and Jonathan Haidt join The 11th Hour.

Transcribed - Published: 18 June 2024

Our Nightcap recaps a big week in the 2024 campaign

President Biden was in Italy for the G7 following his son’s guilty verdict, while Trump returned to Capitol Hill. Plus, the Supreme Court’s big rulings on abortion medication and gun access. And of course the MVPs of the week. Hayes Brown, Gillian Tett, Alex Edelman, and Katie Benner join The 11th Hour.

Transcribed - Published: 15 June 2024

Supreme Court maintains access to abortion pill

The Supreme Court rules against restricting access to abortion pill Mifepristone - while Senate Republicans block an effort to protect access to IVF. Also, Trump promises business leaders he'll cut taxes and roll back regulations if he wins in November. Peter Baker, Jennifer Palmieri, Conor Lamb, Mark Joseph Stern, Anthea Butler, Ron Insana, Brian Schwartz, and Jared Huffman join.

Transcribed - Published: 14 June 2024

Biden travels to Italy for G7 Summit amid concerns about Trump

President Biden is in Italy for the G7 Summit, where he plans to assure allies about America’s ongoing support for Ukraine. And, Trump is set to huddle with Republicans in his first visit to Capitol Hill since the Jan. 6 riot. Evan McMorris-Santoro, Molly Jong-Fast, Max Rose, Basil Smikle, Mike Madrid, Dan Nathan, David Gura, and Ryan Holiday join The 11th Hour.

Transcribed - Published: 13 June 2024

Hunter Biden convicted in federal gun case

A Delaware jury unanimously found Hunter Biden guilty of three felony counts in his federal gun case. And, Donald Trump plans to weaponize U.S. spy services for "retribution" against domestic political opponents, warns his former national security adviser. Plus, why there's a sudden silent pushback against pride month. Susan Glasser, Mike Memoli, Harry Litman, John Bolton, Juanita Tolliver, Michael Steele, and Sarah Kate Ellis join.

Transcribed - Published: 12 June 2024

Biden admin eyes negotiating deal with Hamas to free 5 American hostages

The Biden administration considers potentially negotiating a unilateral deal with Hamas to free 5 Americans hostages taken on Oct. 7 if current talks including Israel fail. And, Trump met with his probation officer remotely from his Florida resort, benefitting from what he refers to as a "two-tiered system of justice." Plus, Steve Kerr talks about his recent endorsement of Biden for the 2024 presidential election. Charles Coleman Jr, Sam Stein, Carol Leonnig, Peter Baker, Mark McKinnon, Brian Tyler Cohen, and Steve Kerr join.

Transcribed - Published: 11 June 2024

BONUS: Season 2 of “Rachel Maddow Presents: Ultra”

As a bonus for listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of the second season of the award-winning original series, “Rachel Maddow Presents: Ultra.” In the chart-topping second season, Rachel Maddow returns to uncover the shocking history of the ultra-right’s reach into American politics. Listen to the entire first episode now, and follow the show to get the whole series: https://link.chtbl.com/rmpust_fdlw. You can also subscribe to MSNBC Premium on Apple Podcasts for early access to every episode the Friday before it drops, and ad-free listening to all episodes of Ultra seasons one and two.

Transcribed - Published: 10 June 2024

On the 80th Anniversary of D-Day, President Biden warns about the threat to democracy

The president observes D-Day's 80th anniversary in France and calls on U.S. allies to defend Democracy. Plus, Steve Bannon is ordered to report to prison to serve time for contempt of congress. And, a cross-country trip in an RV to find out if America is really as divided as it seems. Mike Memoli, Luke Broadwater, Nayyera Haq, Amanda Carpenter, Max Rose, Garrett Graff, and Francis Barry join.

Transcribed - Published: 7 June 2024

Trump and allies call for 'revenge' on Democrats after his conviction in NY

President Biden visits France to mark the 80th Anniversary of D-Day as Trump and his allies call for revenge after the guilty verdict in his New York trial. Plus, a look at how Republicans in Texas are all but endorsing Trump's Project 2025. And Charlamange Tha God on the dangers of avoiding "real" conversations. Glenn Kirschner, Evan McMorris-Santoro, Molly Jong-Fast, Robert Downen, Charlamagne Tha God, Reed Galen, and Jennifer Palmieri join.

Transcribed - Published: 6 June 2024

Biden brings Trump's felony conviction into his 2024 campaign

Biden speaks out on Donald Trump's recent criminal conviction, calling the former president a "convicted felon" at a fundraiser. Plus, a presidential executive order imposes new restrictions on migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. And, a look at the potential impact of A.I. on the 2024 presidential election. Jeremy Saland, Hans Nichols, Susan Glasser, Mark McKinnon, Tim Ryan, Larry Sabato, and Josh Tyrangiel join 11th Hour tonight.

Transcribed - Published: 5 June 2024

Donald Trump calls on the U.S. Supreme Court to annul his guilty verdict

After being convicted in a historic criminal trial, Donald Trump continues to lead Republicans in attacks on the verdict. Trump is also now asking SCOTUS to intervene and cancel the jury's decision. Meanwhile, a jury was seated in Hunter Biden's federal gun charges trial. And, a look at major companies bank rolling lawmakers who spread 2020 election lies. Charles Coleman Jr., Hugo Lowell, Yamiche Alcindor, Tim Miller, Christina Greer, Noah Bookbinder, Dan Nathan, and Ron Insana join.

Transcribed - Published: 4 June 2024

Our Nightcap roundtable weighs in on Trump's criminal conviction

In this week's nightcap, our roundtable discusses the impact of the first U.S. president to ever be convicted of a crime. Plus, what does Donald Trump's conviction mean for his donors, and will it sway voters. And, what is everyone watching for in the coming weeks given the monumental news. Danny Cevallos, Tim O'Brien, Katy Tur, and John Fugelsang join.

Transcribed - Published: 1 June 2024

Jury deliberations begin in Donald Trump's New York criminal trial

The jury in Trump's New York criminal trial spent four and a half hours deliberating on Wednesday. Plus, officer Harry Dunn and fellow Jan. 6 officers are campaigning for Joe Biden. Dunn joins us to discuss. And Trump and Elon Musk are said to be forming an “alliance.” What each could gain in this election year. Harry Litman, Catherine Christian, Jeremy Saland, Molly Jong-Fast, Dan Nathan, Ron Filipkowski, and Stuart Stevens join.

Transcribed - Published: 30 May 2024

Closing arguments take place in Donald Trump's New York criminal trial

Donald Trump’s criminal case could be in the jury’s hands by Wednesday midday. Plus, the Biden campaign is getting more aggressive against Trump. Hugo Lowell, Kristy Greenberg, Joyce Vance, Susan Glasser, Hans Nichols, and Matthew Dowd join to help us get smarter.

Transcribed - Published: 29 May 2024

Nikki Haley says she will be voting for Trump in 2024 presidential race

Nikki Haley has come out publicly to say she will vote for Donald Trump for the 2024 presidential race after attacking him during her GOP primary run. Plus, we breakdown Trump's threats to the FBI and what another term with the former president could mean for political violence across the U.S. And, what the future of AI could mean for education and personalized tutoring. Ankush Khardori, Molly Jong-Fast, Dave Aronberg, James Comey, Matthew Dowd, Robert Gibbs, and Salman Khan join.

Transcribed - Published: 23 May 2024

An exclusive interview with Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu as ICC seeks arrest warrant

Trump's lawyers rest their case in the former president's New York criminal trial, without putting Trump on the stand. Plus, an exclusive interview with Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu on his reaction to a potential arrest warrant from the ICC. And are there some good signs in the fight against inflation? Steph speaks with the Fed’s Austan Goolsbee. Glenn Kirschner, Susan Glasser Jon Meacham, Reed Galen, and Christina Greer also join.

Transcribed - Published: 22 May 2024

The chaotic first day of Trump’s defense in criminal trial

The prosecution rested its case today in Trump's criminal trial as the defense called its first witness. Plus, the latest on the death of Iran’s president and what it could mean for the middle east. And, Trump's remarks on the campaign trail about potentially serving a third term if elected in November. Hugo Lowell, Jeremy Saland, Barbara McQuade, Tim Miller, Jennifer Palmieri, John Della Volpe, Larry Sabato, and Ben Rhodes join.

Transcribed - Published: 21 May 2024

Michael Cohen takes the stand once again at Trump's trial

Michael Cohen gets a tough grilling from the defense at Trump's New York criminal trial. Plus, breaking down a new report on why Wall Street donors are warming up to Trump. And, a keynote conversation on white nationalism in the US. Kristy Greenberg, Tim O'Brien, Jon Allen, Reed Galen, David Plouffe, Dan Nathan, David Gura join.

Transcribed - Published: 17 May 2024

Two presidential debates officially set after Biden issues challenge to Trump

Biden and Trump have now agreed to two presidential debates in June and September. Plus, a look at the impact of campus protests over the war in Gaza. And, our exclusive one-on-one interview with Sen. Mitt Romney on the state of the GOP and the 2024 presidential race. Molly Jong-Fast, Peter Baker, McKay Coppins, Stuart Stevens, and Nicholas Kristof join.

Transcribed - Published: 16 May 2024

Stormy Daniels takes the stand for a heated day in Trump's NY criminal trial

Stormy Daniels took the stand telling her story in Trump's criminal trial, as the former president stood 10 feet away. Plus, President Biden delivered a speech condemning antisemitism amid U.S. protests over Israel's attacks on Gaza. And, breaking down how DC lobbyists are getting even more creative with how they influence the nation’s capital. Katie Phang, Barbara McQuade, Susan Glasser, Ben Rhodes, Hans Nichols, Amanda Carpenter, Brody Mullins, and Luke Mullins join.

Transcribed - Published: 8 May 2024

Judge threatens Trump with jail time amid gag order violations in NY criminal trial

As Donald Trump heads back into the courtroom for his New York criminal trial, Judge Merchan threatens him with jail time amid the continued gag order violations. Plus, a ceasefire deal is still out of reach with Hamas and Israel, as Israel moves toward an invasion of Rafah. And we hear from a veteran journalist on the challenges newsrooms are facing covering such an unprecedented news cycle. Charles Coleman, Hugo Lowell, McKay Coppins, Yaakov Katz, Jeremy Bash, Sam Stein, Michael Steele, and Ben Smith join.

Transcribed - Published: 7 May 2024

Donald Trump's lawyers attack key witness Keith Davidson in week 2 of trial

In week two of Donald Trump's New York criminal trial, his lawyers went on attack mode as they went after Keith Davidson, the lawyer who negotiated hush money for Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal. Also, President Biden gave a surprise speech today commenting on the unrest within college campuses. And, a special keynote interview with Robert De Niro on the danger Trump brings to democracy. Peter Baker, Tim O'Brien, Dave Aronberg, retired Judge Ladoris Cordell, Stuart Stevens, Symone Sanders-Townsend, Ron Insana, Lauren Hirsch join.

Transcribed - Published: 3 May 2024

Donald Trump to return to criminal court for his trial and another gag order hearing

Tomorrow Donald Trump heads back to court where his criminal trial continues as well as another hearing for alleged gag order violations. Plus, how college campuses across America are dealing with escalating protests over the Israel-Hamas war. And, chaos in Congress as the far right moves to oust Speaker Johnson while Democrats vow to block their efforts. Joyce Vance, Mike Memoli, Molly Jong-Fast, Irie Sentner, Joe Perticone, Mark McKinnon, and Frank Bruni join.

Transcribed - Published: 2 May 2024

NYPD arrests protesters on Columbia University's campus

The New York Police Department arrested protestors at Columbia University who barricaded themselves inside Hamilton Hall. Plus this is the second week of Donald Trump's New York's criminal trial as the jury continues to hear testimony. And, we breakdown the former president's interview with TIME Magazine on just exactly what his second term would look like. Antonia Hylton, Jim Cavanaugh, Carmen Best, Cedric Alexnader, George Conway, Susan Glasser, Neal Katyal,Catherine Christian,and Sam Jacobs join.

Transcribed - Published: 1 May 2024

Trump's New York criminal trial resumes tomorrow with new testimony

The second week of witness testimony in Donald Trump's New York criminal trial begins tomorrow and the jury will hear from Michael Cohen's ex-banker. Plus, Elon Musk's surprise visit to Beijing means a major victory for Tesla's driver assistance technology. And, another look inside Project 2025, the far-right playbook for a second Trump administration. Carol Leoning, Kristy Greenberg, Hugo Lowell, Tim Miller, Brian Tyler Cohen, Ron Insana, and Isaac Arnsdorf join.

Transcribed - Published: 30 April 2024

Trump's longtime personal assistant testifies in NY criminal trial

The first week of testimony in Donald Trump's NY criminal trial ends with his former personal assistant and Michael Cohen's banker taking the witness stand. Plus, as campus protests continue over the war in Gaza, how Biden's response could affect his standing with young voters. Also: how Amazon went from bookseller to e-commerce giant. Jon Allen, Jon Mecham, David Jolly, Dana Mattioli, Ankush Khadori, Eugene Scott, John Della Volpe join.

Transcribed - Published: 27 April 2024

Supreme Court weighs Trump claim of "total immunity" from prosecution

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments today on Donald Trump's claim that presidential immunity shields him from prosecution. While that hearing was underway, the former president was in a Manhattan courtroom where his longtime ally David Pecker continued testifying in Trump's first criminal trial. Also, protests against the war in Gaza rock college campuses and the University of Southern California moves to cancel its main graduation ceremony. Joyce Vance, Josh Gerstein, Mark Joseph Stern, Peter Baker, Brendan Buck, and Donna Edwards join.

Transcribed - Published: 27 April 2024

Trump allies charged in Arizona 2020 election probe

An Arizona indictment names Donald Trump as an "unindicted co-conspirator" and charges 11 "fake electors" plus several Trump aides with trying to "deny the will of the voters" in the 2020 election. Plus, the former President returns to a Manhattan courtroom Thursday as his lawyers argue his presidential immunity case before the Supreme Court. And the justices weigh a case that pits Idaho's abortion ban against federal rules for emergency care. Harry Litman, Glenn Kirschner, Mark Leibovish, Dr. Caitlin Gustafson, Max Rose and Reed Galen join.

Transcribed - Published: 25 April 2024

'Catch and kill' : Day 2 of testimony in Trump's NY criminal trial

The jury in Donald Trump's learns more about the 'catch and kill' scheme designed to help the former president's 2016 campaign. Plus, Ukraine funding advanced in the Senate, on top of a bill to ban Tik Tok clears a key hurdle. Then, a keynote conversation with the WNBA Commissioner on what's next for the league and the star power unleashed at this year's March Madness. Charles Coleman Jr., Molly Jong Fast, George Conway, Susan Glasser, Hans Nichols, Christina Greer, and Cathy Engelbert join.

Transcribed - Published: 24 April 2024

Jury hears opening statements at Donald Trump's New York criminal trial

Opening statements got underway today in Donald Trump's first criminal trial. Also, as the Senate takes up the long awaited aid package for Ukraine, Speaker Johnson comes under attack from far-right House members. Plus, a keynote conversation with a Nobel Prize winning journalist about the U.S. election and threats to democracy across the globe. Hugo Lowell, Neal Katyal, David Fahrenthold, Stuart Stevens, Juanita Tolliver, Debbie Lee James, Ray Mabus, Louis Caldera, and Maria Ressa join.

Transcribed - Published: 23 April 2024

Our Nightcap weighs in on the latest in Trump's NY criminal trial, Project 2025 and reveals their MVPs of the week

Our Nightcap tackles the latest in Trump's NY criminal trial ahead of opening statements on Monday. Plus, diving into Project 2025 - what Trump's plans for a second term will mean for America. And our roundtable gives us the MVPs of the week. Alex Witt, Donna Shalala, Brian Stelter, and Judy Gold join.

Transcribed - Published: 20 April 2024

Arizona Republicans block a repeal of the 1864 abortion law - again

NY Prosecutors reveal their plan to cross-examine Trump if he testifies, as the former President complains about the jury selection process. Plus, Arizona Republicans have once again blocked a repeal of the 1864 law that bans nearly all abortions.Then, a deep dive into "Project 2025" -- also known as Donald Trump's playbook for a second term. Yamiche Alcindor, McKay Coppins, Barbara McQuade, Gov. Katie Hobbs, Tim Miller, Chuck Rocha, Ruth Ben-Ghiat, and Ahmed Baba join.

Transcribed - Published: 18 April 2024

7 jurors selected on second day of Donald Trump's NY criminal trial

Seven jurors have been chosen for the former president's New York criminal trial. Trump’s defense asked the judge to excuse several jurors for cause, pointing to social media posts and arguing that those jurors were unfairly biased against the former president. Then, the outrage over top WNBA draft pick Caitlin Clark's $333,000 salary. In contrast, last year's No. 1 NBA draft pick received a $55 million four-year contract. Plus, a special conversation with Pulitzer-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin. Susan Glasser, Mark Joseph Stern, Harry Litman, Hans Nichols, Amanda Carpenter, Jemele Hill, Stephanie Gosk, Doris Kearns Goodwin

Transcribed - Published: 17 April 2024

Donald Trump is in court for day one of his hush money trial

Former President Donald Trump was in a New York courtroom for the first day of his hush money trial. He's the first ex-President to face criminal prosecution. Our panel breaks down the case. Then, Ohio's Senate Sherrod Brown discusses his re-election campaign and the Democrats fight to hold the Senate majority. Also, Israel vows to strike back after Iran's missile attacks. Kristy Greenberg, Joyce Vance, Hugo Lowell, Evan McMorris-Santoro, Sen. Sherrod Brown, Jeremey Bash, Yaakov Katz, Matthew Dowd, and Ron Filipkowski join.

Transcribed - Published: 16 April 2024

House Speaker Mike Johnson meets with Trump at Mar-a-Lago as the far right threatens his job

Before going on trial Monday, Donald Trump hosted embattled House Speaker Mike Johnson at Mar-a-Lago. Was that meeting enough to save Johnson from far-right threats to take his job away? Plus, our spotlight conversation on Christian nationalism, what it is, and how it could reshape America if Trump wins. And we look at the scandal involving the former interpreter to a baseball superstar. Molly Jong-Fast, Catherine Christian, Ken Rosenthal, Anthea Butler, Pete Wehner, and Katherine Stewart join.

Transcribed - Published: 13 April 2024

What to expect days away from Donald Trump's first criminal trial

We are just days away from Donald Trump's first criminal trial on the hush money case and our panel breaks down what to know. Then, the Tennessee Senate approves a bill allowing public school teachers and staff to carry concealed guns on school grounds. And a veteran strategist explains why Democrats should stop worrying about November. Peter Baker, Michael Steele, Joyce Vance, Justin Jones, Rachel Wegner, Simon Rosenberg, and Hanif Abdurraquib join.

Transcribed - Published: 12 April 2024

Days until hush money trial, Trump makes last ditch effort to delay

Donald Trump says Arizona's abortion ban went too far after saying the issue should be left to the states. This comes as the former President once again tries to delay his hush money trial just days before jury selection. Plus, a look at an unexpectedly hot inflation report and what it means for the Biden administration. Ashley Parker, Eugene Daniels, Miles Taylor, Ankush Khardori, Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Tim Miller, Ron Insana join to break it all down.

Transcribed - Published: 11 April 2024

Arizona Supreme Court brings back near-total abortion ban

The Arizona Supreme Court brings back a near-total abortion law. Then, is corporate America in denial about a second Donald Trump term? Our panel looks at Trump's goal of a populist second term, and what it would actually mean for big business. And we discuss why we should be paying more attention to Jared Kushner's post-White House chapter. Symone Sanders-Townsend, Reed Galen, Ali Vitali, Rick Newman & Rachel Kleinfeld, Tim O'Brien, and David Frum break it down.

Transcribed - Published: 10 April 2024

Jack Smith fires back at Trump's claim that he's immune from prosecution

Special counsel Jack Smith fires back at Donald Trump’s claim that he holds absolute immunity from criminal prosecution. Then, Trump announces his latest stance on abortion, saying it should be up to states. Why those comments are getting bipartisan backlash. Plus, how an epic NCAA tournament could reshape women's sports. Charles Coleman, Katie Benner, Jon Allen, Dan Pfeiffer, Tara Setmayer, & Nancy Lieberman join.

Transcribed - Published: 9 April 2024

The Nightcap talks Truth Social, Cowboy Carter, and MVPs of the week

Our Nightcap crew discusses the latest political headlines, Beyonce and MVPs of the week. Plus: how cancel culture could impact the future of comedy. Ali Vitali, Amanda Litman, Ali Velshi, and Roy Wood Jr. joins.

Transcribed - Published: 6 April 2024

Judges reject Donald Trump's motions to get criminal cases dismissed

Donald Trump suffered two setbacks as judges rejected his bids to dismiss criminal charges in the Georgia election interference case and the classified documents case. In Florida, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon rejected Trump's argument that he could retain classified documents based on the Presidential Records Act. In Georgia, Judge Scott McAfee rejected Trump's argument that the attempts to overturn the 2020 election were protected under the First Amendment. Plus, "No Labels" abandons its plans to field a third-party candidate in the 2024 Presidential Election. The group had been pursuing a "unity ticket," featuring centrist candidates who could serve as alternatives to voters unsatisfied with Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Then, excitement is growing for Monday's solar eclipse – the first in six years. Joyce Vance, Molly Jong-Fast, Peter Baker, Jen Palmieri, Tim Miller, Jim Sciutto, and Sean Wilentz join.

Transcribed - Published: 5 April 2024

Jack Smith is fighting to keep Trump's classified docs case alive

Jack Smith takes action to protect the documents case. Plus, new revelations come to light about who saved Trump's Truth Social when it needed a cash to stay afloat. And the ladies of March Madness: the frenzy over the final four. Lisa Rubin, Catherine Christina, Mark Leibovich, Hugo Lowell, Vaugh Hillyard, Juanita Tolliver, Mark Mckinnon, Jemele Hill, and LaChina Robinson joins.

Transcribed - Published: 4 April 2024

Donald Trump sues co-founders of Truth Social alleging social media mismanagement

Donald Trump sues co-founders of his company, Truth Social, alleging they mismanaged the company. In a Florida state court, Trump Media & Technology Group Corp. argued that executives Wes Moss and Andy Litinsky made a series of mistakes that resulted in a delay in the company’s going public and urged a judge to strip them of their shares. Then, our panel discusses how the new Florida 6-week abortion ban could impact the 2024 election – even if subject to change by voters in November. And the latest on the Israeli Airstrike that killed seven World Central Kitchen workers. Susan Glasser, Larry Sabato, Charlie Sykes, Harry Litman, Maria Teresa Kumar, Michael Steele, and Janti Soeripto join.

Transcribed - Published: 3 April 2024

Trump posts $175M bond & judge in hush money case expands his gag order on Trump

Trump posted the reduced $175 Million bond in the civil fraud appeal, while Judge Juan Merchan expanded Trump' partial gag order in the New York hush money case to protect family members of people involved with the court, including the judge's own family. Meanwhile, Donald Trump 's social media company reported losses of more then $58 million, leading to Trump Media stock to fall more than 21%. Plus, the "Church of Trump," how the former president is using Christianity in his campaign. Kristy Greenberg, George Conway, Akayla Gardner, Dan Nathan, Matthew Goldstein, Michael Bender, Stuart Stevens, and Don Winslow break it down.

Transcribed - Published: 2 April 2024

Donald Trump seeks to dismiss election interference charges with claims of free speech

Today Donald Trump's attorney asked a GA judge to dismiss charges of election interference. He argued the indictment was based on Trump’s statements about the 2020 election that are protected under the First Amendment. Then in New York, Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton joined President Joe Biden for a record-breaking fundraiser. Plus, one-time crypto king Sam Bankman-Fried is sentenced to 25 years in prison for stealing billions from his customers. Ayman Mohyeldin, Hugo Lowell, Molly Jong-Fast, Joyce Vance, Donna Edwards, David Jolly and Reid Hoffman join.

Transcribed - Published: 29 March 2024

How Donald Trump moved money to pay staggering legal bills

The New York Times reports that Trump has spent more than $100 million on legal fees since 2021, averaging about $90,000 a day. Also, conspiracy theories are running rampant about the ship collision that took down Baltimore's Key bridge. Plus, ex-crypto king Sam Bankman- Fried could be sentenced to decades in prison after being convicted of fraud and conspiracy. Charles Coleman Jr, McKay Coppins, Clint Watts, Hans Nichols, Amanda Carpenter, and Zeke Faux join.

Transcribed - Published: 28 March 2024

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