Senator Richard Blumenthal talks with Rachel Maddow about the revelation that Donald Trump ordered the firing of Robert Mueller over the summer, and the need to protect the special counsel with legislation.
Michael Schmidt, Washington correspondent for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about breaking new reporting that Donald Trump ordered the firing of Robert Mueller based on dubious conflict accusations and only held back when Don McGahn
Barbara McQuade, former U.S. attorney, talks with Rachel Maddow about the legal liabilities suggested by new reporting that Donald Trump ordered the firing of Robert Mueller for dubious reasons.
When he ordered the firing of Robert Mueller last June, Donald Trump claimed the special counsel had conflicts of interest that disqualified him from overseeing the Russia investigation, says reporter Michael Schmidt who broke the story.
In a “Beat” special report Ari Melber breaks down Andrew McCabe’s career in public service and why Trump is reportedly trying to get him fired from the FBI.
The Secret Society probably wasn't real, the missing texts have been found, and the Nunes memo has no credibility. But Trump's allies aren't letting facts slow them down.
A Trump DOJ appointee says releasing a secret FBI memo would be “extraordinarily reckless” and the “secret society” smear on the FBI is demolished by facts. Ari Melber reveals why these attacks appear to violate the rule of law in two ways.
Adult film star Stormy Daniels breaks her silence in her first TV interview since a lawsuit was filed alleging a payment to her was a Trump campaign contribution. Ari Melber challenges the lawyer for “stretching” pointing to the “John Edwards defense.”
White House lawyer John Dowd says he will decide if Trump actually does Mueller interview after Trump previews a possible defense saying “If you fight back, oh it’s obstruction.” A Trump ally says an interview would be a “suicide mission” and Rush...
Donald Trump ordered the firing of Special Counsel Robert Mueller last June, reports the New York Times, but backed down after the White House counsel threatened to resign.
President Donald Trump said he will support a pathway to citizenship for DACA recipients, but there’s a catch.
While the Forum traditionally champions open markets and globalism, for Trump it's an opportunity to go his own way.