Joe says reality doesn’t seem to matter to the White House but that could soon change with the appointment of Robert Mueller as Special Counsel.
Joe shares a story about a phone call he received from President Trump just days after the inauguration and what he told the new Commander-in-Chief.
Michael Isikoff of Yahoo News says the former National Security Advisor was in contact with President Trump long after he was fired from his White House position.
New York Times reporter Michael Schmidt details his new front-page story on the former FBI Director’s discomfort with President Trump’s repeated inquiries about the investigation into Russia.
The Morning Joe Panel discuss deputy A.G. Rod Rosenstein’s briefing to the U.S. Senate and signs the federal inquiry is deepening.
Donald Trump's new strategy in the Russia scandal: create an every-man-for-himself dynamic in which he's personally protected.
Spicer is out? Trump wants Flynn back? Mike Pence is being kept out of the loop? MSNBC's Brian Williams looks a the flurry of White House reports with Ali Velshi & Matthew Nussbaum.
With a special counsel now over the FBI's Russia probe, is it time for the president to turn to his own lawyers? Fmr. Clinton attorney Bob Bennett & fmr. DOJ Spokesman Matt Miller react.
A New York Times report about Comey's unease with Pres. Trump states that Comey tried to use a blue suit and stand in front of the curtains in the Blue Room to avoid Trump in January.
The New York Times confirms the existence of multiple memos written by fired FBI boss James Comey as the president calls the Russia investigation a 'witch hunt.' Our political panel reacts.
Fmr. Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and fired National Security Advisor Michael Flynn are reportedly targets of the Russia investigation – so why does Trump want to maintain contact with them both? Indira Lakshmanan and Ken Vogel join Lawrence O...
Reuters reports that Trump campaign advisers had at least 18 previously undisclosed calls and emails with Russians during the campaign and sought a back channel with Vladimir Putin. Ned Price and Steve Clemons join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Paul Fishman, former U.S. attorney, talks with Rachel Maddow about the unexpectedly abrupt nature of the Donald Trump administration's firing of all of the U.S. attorneys.
Rachel Maddow reviews all of the reports and outward indications that the Donald Trump adminitration intended to keep existing attorneys general, at least temporarily, only to end up abruptly firing them all at once.
Jonathan Landay, D.C. national security correspondent for Reuters, talks with Rachel Maddow about his new reporting into at least 18 contacts between members of the Trump campaign and Russians.
Rachel Maddow looks at the many times Mike Pence has denied something about the Donald Trump team only to be proven wrong by further reporting, leaving Pence with a lot of explaining to do.
Matt Miller, former Department of Justice spokesperson, talks with Rachel Maddow about the rules surrounding the kind of pressure Donald Trump is reported to have put on James Comey and the responsibility Comey had to report it.
Michael Schmidt, reporter for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about his reporting on new details of the Trump administration putting inappropriate pressure on James Comey over investigations into the Trump campaign's ties to Russia.
Lost in the stunning White House revelations over the past week was another embarrassing White House disclosure.