Money Power Politics: Politico reports a Florida doctor is responsible for delaying a major transformation of the Veterans Affairs record system. Politico’s Arthur Allen explains his reporting.
Another day another scandal for EPA Chief Scott Pruitt. This time reports reveal that a lobbyist helped arrange Pruitt’s costly trip to Morocco last December. Months later, the lobbyist, Richard Smotkin, received a job working for the Moroccan government.
A new report reveals that special counsel Robert Mueller threatened to subpoena the president. Stephanie Ruhle and her panel discuss what this reveals about the special counsel’s investigation.
If's a lot like "Office Space," with Mulvaney effectively playing the role of Lumbergh, while the CFPB's staff is Milton.
Vice President Mike Pence praised former Sheriff Joe Arpaio Tuesday as a 'tireless champion of strong borders' during an Arizona rally. The panel reacts to Pence's remarks.
Everything about the story surrounding Dr. Harold Bornstein, Trump's former personal physician, keeps getting stranger.
Mike Pence may like Joe Arpaio, but to praise him as a "tireless champion" of "the rule of law" suggests Pence defines the phrase in disheartening ways.
The Atlantic's Natasha Bertrand joins Morning Joe to discuss her new article 'There's Nothing to Stop the 2018 Elections From Being Hacked.'
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu put on a theatrical display in his campaign against the Iran nuclear deal - claiming the country remains a nuclear threat and doing it in English for an audience of one, President Trump, who could tear up the
It's not every day that a leader of the Justice Department suggests members of Congress are engaged in an "extortion" campaign against federal law enforcement.
The president's current team of lawyers lacks the security clearances needed to discuss sensitive issues related to a possible presidential interview with Special Counsel Robert Mueller, according to Bloomberg reporting.
Special counsel Robert Mueller raised the prospect of subpoenaing President Donald Trump in March to answer questions in his investigation of alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Tuesday that the Justice Department 'is not going to be extorted' as some House Republicans raise the prospect of seeking his impeachment.
Firing a warning shot – seemingly at Trump-allied Republicans on the Hill who have reportedly drafted articles of impeachment against him and beyond – said during a wide-ranging that the DOJ is ‘not going to be extorted.’
Trump is reportedly unconvinced that Republicans face an uphill fight to keep the House and Senate in the midterm elections in the fall. This comes as Nancy Pelosi tells the Boston Globe that Democrats will win and she will again run to be House Speaker.
Trump’s former personal doctor Harold Bornstein in New York says Trump himself wrote the infamous 2015 letter proclaiming Trump would be the healthiest individual ever elected if he became president. Bornstein also tells NBC News Trump’s bodyguard and
The Washington Post reports that back in March during a tense meeting between Robert Mueller and Trump's legal team, Mueller suggested Trump could be subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury if he refused to talk to the federal investigators. Robert Costa
Joyce Vance, former U.S. attorney, talks with Rachel Maddow about news from the Washington Post that Robert Mueller suggested the possibility of issuing a subpoena for Donald Trump to appear before a grand jury, and points out that Mueller wouldn't have
Carol Leonnig, reporter for The Washington Post, talks with Rachel Maddow about new reporting that Robert Mueller threatened the possibility of using a subpoena to get answers from Donald Trump if Trump would not submit for an interview voluntarily.
NBC News reports that John Kelly called Donald Trump an "idiot.” John Kelly attacked the report but, as Lawrence points out, Kelly never specifically denied that he said those words.