Congressman Ted Lieu, D-CA, reacts to a Presidential tweet that he believes encourages violence against reporters and, as he says, offers insight into what Trump is thinking about, "violence."
Jason Furie, the brother of the creator of Pepe the Frog, and Kimberly Motely, of Motley Consulting International, speak on how they are trying to change the connotation that people have with Pepe.
Kevin Baker sparks the idea for Blue States to “secede” from Red states.
Jerry Springer joins AM Joy to discuss the dignity of the Oval Office and whether Donald Trump's tweets meet the standard we expect of the presidency.
Journalists are forced to reevaluate their roles and responsibilities under the Trump administration, raising many ethical questions.
Joy Reid talks to the filmmakers who followed Roger Stone for five years for "Get Roger Stone," a new documentary about the man who helped create the 45th President of the United States.
Republican officials flooded the Sunday talk shows to promote their newly revised and unpopular health care bill.
Frank Rich, Writer-at-Large for New York Magazine and one of the creative minds behind HBO’s hit comedy series "Veep," joins Joy Reid to discuss Donald Trump's twitter attacks against the media.
Congressman David Cicilline, D-RI, makes recommendations for how President Trump should approach his forthcoming meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in their first face-to-face encounter.
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes explains her state's refusal to comply with the Pence-Kobach Voter Fraud Commission's request for personal data on voters nationwide.