Friday, November 10, 2017
Mitch McConnell, who told MSNBC last week that "nobody in the middle class is going to get a tax increase," now says he misspoke and "can’t guarantee that absolutely no one sees a tax increase"
Rupert Murdoch reportedly interested in buying CNN. Trump administration reportedly trying to force AT&T to sell it.
Here’s Trump & his best friend Putin snuggling up today. More proof Trump’s the biggest traitor in the history of the United States of America. Not that we needed more.
Devin Nunes attended a breakfast with Flynn and Turkey's foreign minister just before the inauguration
I warned you @DevinNunes. Now it’s time to get your affairs in order, because a lengthy prison sentence awaits you. https://t.co/7emgrdwply— Counterchekist (@counterchekist) November 10, 2017
Devin Nunes attended a breakfast with Flynn and Turkey's foreign minister just before the inauguration https://t.co/UlYL9wtuop— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) November 10, 2017
Top Alabama Republican likely to be arrested for taking Sergei Kislyak’s cash, decides to brazen it out https://t.co/7Y8YnDsyVg— Louise Mensch (@LouiseMensch) November 10, 2017
Top Alabama Republican responds to Moore allegations: I'd trust Putin over Washington Post https://t.co/jcmcfTgocS pic.twitter.com/7eWTj6rhfu— The Hill (@thehill) November 10, 2017
BOOM: Cambridge Analytica reached out to Russian intel front Wikileaks to acquire stolen Clinton emails for Trump campaign
EXPOSED: VICE PRESIDENT MIKE PENCE WAS INSTALLED BY A RUSSIAN OPERATIVE AND HAS DEEP TIES TO “DARK MONEY”.
On Monday, David Kautter starts as IRS Commissioner. He ran Ernst & Young's tax practice when they helped clients dodge paying $2 billion in taxes.
Steve Bannon came to the @nytimes for an interview. We filmed the whole thing and made a mini-documentary about it. Watch.
This is stunning. Gary Cohn admits to @JohnJHarwood their plan is to slash Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security benefits next—calling them "welfare"
Magnitsky Act continues to spread. Yesterday the government of Gibraltar introduced their own version.
Papadopoulos lied to FBI in "an apparent case of blind loyalty to protect Donald Trump,” ABC News reports, and is “upset the man he tried to protect is now trying to distance
Tom Steyer says he's committing $20,000,000 to his impeachment ads, says more than 1,900,000 people have signed his petition
Ex-McConnell aide: Roy Moore is a result of "reckless incompetent idiots like" Bannon recruiting candidates
JUST IN: President Trump has given his official response to the Roy Moore child molestation allegations.
The Foreign Service is as integral to stability and security as the military. By hollowing out the State Dept, Trump is doing lasting damage https://t.co/jtDviHSlT6— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) November 9, 2017
Top ranks of US diplomacy 'depleted at dizzying speed' under Trump https://t.co/ThthcxkiR4— The Guardian (@guardian) November 8, 2017
JUST IN: White House says Donald Trump would want Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore to step aside if allegations against him are true
Roy Moore is accused of sexually molesting a 14-year-old when he was a 32-year-old assistant District Attorney. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says if the allegations are true, Moore should leave the race. But Lawrence O'Donnell says that isn't good enough.
Rachel Maddow reviews the results of a CNN/SSRS poll showing that Americans increasingly see Russia's operations against the U.S. as a problem, are increasingly concerned about Trump campaign contacts with Russians, and most believe Trump knew about those contacts.
John Archibald, columnist for the Birmingham News, talks with Rachel Maddow about The Washington Post's reporting on women who say Roy Moore had sexual interactions with them when they were underage girls, and how that news will play in Alabama's scandal-weary politics.
Rachel Maddow reviews the long string of sex and corruption scandals that have roiled Alabama politics, a streak now extended by The Washington Post's reporting on women who accuse Roy Moore of engaging inappropriately with them when they were underage.
Rachel Maddow points out that while some Donald Trump policies were expected as being within the framework of Republican ideology, the gutting of the State Department is hard to explain that way, and notes that a strong state department would help keep Trump from humiliating himself abroad.