The Republican tax plan has seen a surge in support from Americans since the law was passed in December with 51 percent approving, according to new NYT/SurveyMonkey polling. The panel digs into the numbers.
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President Donald Trump is said to be in support of bipartisan legislation to shore up the nation’s background check system. And yet, with Congress on recess for the week, students are taking control of...
In a Monday tweet, President Donald Trump endorsed Mitt Romney for the Senate seat left open by Orrin Hatch. Shortly after, Romney thanked Trump on Twitter. Is the sometimes contentious relationship between the two...
Amb. Nicholas Burns challenged Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak on the 2016 election meddling at the Munich Security Conference and Kislyak refused to answer. Amb. Burns discusses, and Dr. Evelyn Farkas joins the conversation.
On President’s Day for 2018, the Morning Joe panel discusses how our current president has used his time in office and what the role of president should be.
Fmr. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson responds to remarks from Rep. Adam Schiff as well as the president’s tweets about the Obama administration and Russian meddling. Johnson also discusses making future elections more secure.
During this weekend’s tweet storm, the president managed to connect last week’s mass shooting in Florida with the Russia probe. Several high school students took the president to task for the remark. Fla. Gov....
Author Chris Whipple: John Kelly Almost Makes One Nostalgic For Reince Priebus | Morning Joe | MSNBC
Author Chris Whipple wrote ‘The Gatekeepers,’ a book about the importance of chiefs of staff in the White House. Whipple says that John Kelly is nearly enough to make him nostalgic for Reince Priebus.
Montel Williams, Anand Giridharadas and Susan Del Percio join a discussion about this week’s mass shooting in Parkland, Florida and gun reform legislation.
Congressman Charlie Dent, R-Pa., discusses immigration reform, the failure of a deal in the Senate and gun reform legislation and why many politicians are beholden to their base.