Saturday, August 19, 2017
20,000 Americans protesting against hate, intolerance & bigotry today in Boston. Absolutely Beautiful
See MEMBERS - Trump's #Evangelical panel remains intact as others disband Here are his religious cheerleaders
Boston officials said Friday that they will shut down the Saturday event if there are signs of violence.
NEW: Alas! Bannon can no longer Bannon himself on the public dime. Celebrate with Art Buchwald's '73 "Trump" Column
Mitt Romney said Donald Trump's words caused "racists to rejoice" as another one of President Donald Trump's advisory boards saw mass resignations over his Charlottesville rhetoric. Jon Fasman of The Economist and fmr. Bush senior aide Peter Wehner join Ali Velshi.
Some of the foreign leaders who had once cozied up to Trump are hurrying to put some distance between them and him
Rachel Maddow reports on a new marker on Mississippi's Freedom Trail honoring the Tougaloo Nine, black students who staged a "read in" at a whites-only library and endured arrest and imprisonment for their trouble, but inspired countless others to work toward integration.
Michael Beschloss, NBC News presidential historian, talks with Rachel Maddow about Steve Bannon's unusual role in the Trump White House, from his job title to "nationalist" constituency he commands that could seriously sap Trump's base.
Rachel Maddow pursues reporting on the departure of former FBI counter-espionage chief Peter Strzok from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Trump Russia investigation team, questioning the reason and what it might mean for Mueller's effort.
America First Policies started by Trump aides Parscale, Pierson, Bossie, Pence current CoS Ayers, Pence aide Obst
Jane Mayer, staff writer for The New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about the role of Robert Mercer in funding Donald Trump and Breitbart, and what he might do next with Steve Bannon out of the white House.
Carl Icahn publicly stepped down from his position as President Trump's adviser as this piece was going to press
Rachel Maddow reviews some of Donald Trump's weird staff picks, many of whom, it turns out, are united by a connection to Russia, but Steve Bannon, though also a weird choice, has a different explanation for how he got there.