In Monday's intro, Joe Scarborough analyzes Donald Trump's 'torrent of insane, offensive' tweets made over the weekend at the NFL, NBA and North Korea.
Minerva Rosa helped a victim of a shooting at a church in Antioch, Tennessee.
A gunman killed one person and wounded seven others at a church in Antioch, Tennessee.
Alex, William Rhoden, Bruce Levell, and Chris Kluwe debate the norms that are seemingly traversed when the president turns his Twitter feed against individual sports players.
Why are NFL players kneeling during the national anthem? ESPN's William Rhoden opens with an emotional defense of these protests. Then Bruce Levell weighs in.
Responding to a critic of national anthem protests in the NFL, former football player Chris Kluwe decries intolerance of players taking the knee. William Rhoden, Chris Kluwe, and Bruce Levell debate.
Though the president has trained his critical remarks on predominantly black sports players, Trump supporter Bruce Levell argues this not a pattern. He offers a defense of the president's motives.
Kofi Siriboe, star of the hit OWN series, ‘Queen Sugar,’ joins Joy Reid to discuss the second season of the show, and his breakout role in the blockbuster movie, ‘Girls Trip.’
The Washington Post’s E.J. Dionne co-authored the new book, ‘One Nation After Trump: A Guide for the Perplexed, the Disillusioned, the Desperate, and the Not-Yet Deported.’
The ACLU’s ‘Let People Vote’ campaign plans to go to all 50 states promoting voting rights. Joy Reid and ACLU political director Faiz Shakir discuss.
Joy Reid and her panel fiercely debate Obamacare, and question what Republicans think the ultimate outcome will be of taking away the healthcare of millions.
Rep. Maxine Waters explains to Joy Reid all the reasons she believes Donald Trump will be impeached, also weighing in on the ‘Take a Knee’ controversy.
Highlights of Joy Reid’s discussion with her panel on the massive backlash from sports’ biggest figures against Donald Trump for criticizing NFL players and others who peacefully protest.
Join Rev. Al Sharpton as he sits with Jason Reid and former NBA Player Craig Hodges to discuss the rise of political activism in sports, which starts with kneeling.
Rev. Al Sharpton discusses how Trump has made his racial divide problem so much worse with his recent comments about NFL Players, watch this clip to see what he has to say.
Sen. Cory Booker joins Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss, healthcare, wealth injustice, equality injustice and a possible 2020 run, tune in!
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