Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Florida passes new gun laws that raise minimum age for buying firearms to 21, impose a 3-day waiting period for any gun purchase, ban bump stocks and more
Ah ha, there it is: “Mr. Nader’s presence at the Seychelles meeting appears to connect him to the primary focus of Mr. Mueller’s investigation: examining Russian interference during the 2016 presidential campaign.” Nader now cooperating: https://t.co/E9uV8iRGHw— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) March 7, 2018
Boo fucking hoo: Mike Flynn (famous for his "lock her up!" chant) is being forced to sell his Virginia home to pay legal bills stemming from Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation into Russian election interference.— Jon Cooper 🇺🇸 #BoycottNRA 🚫 (@joncoopertweets) March 6, 2018
Karma, baby. https://t.co/0kOGd9aOID
JUST IN: Office of Special Counsel finds Kellyanne Conway twice violated the Hatch Act and "submitted the report to the President for appropriate disciplinary action."
JUST IN: Office of Special Counsel finds Kellyanne Conway twice violated the Hatch Act and "submitted the report to the President for appropriate disciplinary action." pic.twitter.com/N6kyhhqdrW— ABC News (@ABC) March 6, 2018
MORE: Rep. Elijah Cummings, ranking Democrat on House Oversight Committee: "The President must take swift and serious disciplinary action against Ms. Conway. Anything else sets a terrible example." pic.twitter.com/u5nJIqFaxC— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) March 6, 2018
'The Russian bear came out of hibernation': The US's top intelligence official issues an ominous warning to Congress
A former Trump campaign aide used Russian money in offshore shell companies to try and Make Albania Great Again!
A former Trump campaign aide used Russian money in offshore shell companies to try and Make Albania Great Again!— Jay McKenzie (@JamesFourM) March 6, 2018
This is a great piece of investigative journalism. Well worth the read.
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Director of National Intelligence Coats: "From U.S. businesses to the federal government, to state and local governments, we are under cyber attack."
Senate investigators want answers from Reddit and Tumblr on Russia meddling - @reddit noted yesterday thousands of Americans unknowingly interacted with Russian content
In the 241-year history of the United States of America, there’s never been a commander in chief who has thought about loyalty like @realDonaldTrump
Paul Ryan’s opponent, @ironstache, just got arrested protesting in front of Ryan’s office demanding they pass a fair DREAM Act
The world watched ex-Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg unravel over and over again on live television as he dared special prosecutor Robert Mueller to arrest him for refusing to comply with a subpoena.
Ex-Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg gave wild and erratic interviews saying he wouldn't cooperate with the special counsel's subpoena but then had an apparent change of heart. Ari Melber, who interviewed Nunberg, joins Lawrence O'Donnell, Ron Klain, and Mike Murphy.
The Washington Post reports Trump allies are increasingly worried that the president's obsession with cable commentary and perceived slights is taking a toll on the 71-year-old. Ashley Parker, who wrote the piece, and Francesca Chambers join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Whether it’s the Al Franken allegations or Wikileaks (where the Russians dumped their dirt on Hillary), Roger Stone is the man who’s fingerprints are always there.— Richard W. Painter (@RWPUSA) March 6, 2018
Report: Roger Stone communicated directly with Wikileaks, despite denials https://t.co/yZZmCoxCLs via @CBSPolitics
Gardiner Harris, State Department correspondent for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about new reporting that Rex Tillerson has not utilized tens of millions of dollars allocated for countering Russian intrusion.
Jane Mayer, staff writer for The New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about why the Clinton campaign didn't use material from the dossier they had paid for, and when the Obama White House found out that Donald Trump and his campaign were the subject of a counterintelligence investigation.
Jane Mayer, staff writer for The New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about the reporting behind her lengthy profile of Trump Russia dossier author Christopher Steele.
Rachel Maddow highlights new revelations in a lengthy New Yorker profile by Jane Mayer of Christopher Steele and his work on the Trump Russia dossier.
Rachel Maddow reviews the many and diverse follow-the-money stories about Donald Trump and his associates in recent news, from a sketch stock sale by Carl Icahn, to new questions about payments to a porn star, to Jared Kushner's solicitation of investments in his family business.
Gripping @JaneMayerNYer piece on Christopher Steele offers yet more facts & context to stop giving Trump the benefit of doubt or inexperience. Steele is highly credible, as is the Trump-Russia conspiracy nightmare into which his dossier is but one window.
Gripping @JaneMayerNYer piece on Christopher Steele offers yet more facts & context to stop giving Trump the benefit of doubt or inexperience. Steele is highly credible, as is the Trump-Russia conspiracy nightmare into which his dossier is but one window. https://t.co/Q3jxsRTUTU— Paula Chertok🗽 (@PaulaChertok) March 5, 2018