Democrat Doug Jones' win in the Alabama Senate special election is a big loss for President Donald Trump and Steve Bannon, who offered no comment when leaving Moore election HQ. Maria Teresa Kumar, Karine Jean-Pierre, and Ron Klain join Lawrence O...
Ex-George W. Bush official David Frum says Doug Jones' surprise win in Alabama brings two problems for the GOP: One less vote in the Senate, and renewed focus on accusations of sexual misconduct against Pres. Trump. Maria Teresa Kumar also joins...
After a momentous night at MSNBC's Big Board, Steve Kornacki joins Lawrence O'Donnell to explain the three things Democrat Doug Jones needed to pull off a victory over Republican Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate special election – which he got.
The USA Today writes that, "A president who'd all but call a senator a whore is unfit to clean toilets in Obama's presidential library or to shine George W. Bush's shoes."
Tom Perez reacts to Doug Jones's victory.
Sen. Klobuchar reacts to Doug Jones's win in the Alabama Senate race.
Kornacki details Doug Jones’s path to victory.
Doug Jones is the apparent winner of the Alabama special election, giving Democrats another seat in the Senate.
Joy-Ann Reid and Rachel Maddow discuss what Roy Moore's loss means to the political power of Steve Bannon and how Bannon is likely to react to the loss.
Rachel Maddow points out that in addition to other factors like African-American turnout and women voters, the Doug Jones campaign itself was well run and a testament to burgeoning Democratic political power in the South.
Alabama State Representative Merika Coleman talks with Rachel Maddow about the enthusiasm she saw for Doug Jones on election day, the questionable voting conditions in African-American areas, and the lasting energy the Jones campaign is giving to
After backing Roy Moore in the Alabama Special Senate Election, President Donald Trump tweets congratulations to the apparent winner, Moore's Democratic opponent Doug Jones.