Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Top Talkers: On Tuesday night, former NYT journalist David Cay Johnston joined the Rachel Maddow Show to reveal Donald Trump's 2005 1040 tax return. The panel breaks down what it all means.
Sen. Feinstein on meeting with FBI Dir. Comey: "This briefing was all on sensitive matters and highly classified"
Is it time to cut the cable news subscription to the White House residence?
.Stephen Miller is Jeff Sessions former aide and friend of Richard Spencer. Spencer was married to a Russian with ties to Stephen Bannon
28.Stephen Miller is Jeff Sessions former aide and friend of Richard Spencer.— NotMyPresident (@MarcusC22973194) March 15, 2017
Spencer was married to a Russian with ties to Stephen Bannon
Keep your eyes on the ball. National Security is what's most important. Trump steps in to keep 30-year-old NSC aide
Debbie Harry: Liar, liar...going out to Trump and his Russian thug mafia
Stephen reads a passage from Secretary of State Rex Tillerson or, should we say, Wayne Tracker's secret journal.
In 2005, Trump bragged his net worth was $7.8 billion His best lender, Deutsche Bank, generously pegged it at $788 million
Presidential historian Michael Beschloss talks to MSNBC's Rachel Maddow about the historic significance of the leak of the 1040 summary pages of Donald Trump's 2005 tax return.
Kushner didn't blink taking $400000000 from Anbang but Obama declined staying at Anbang-owned Waldorf Tim OBrien
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, Chris Hayes and DCReport's David Cay Johnston discuss what we have learned from Donald Trump's 2005 1040 tax pages.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow and David Cay Johnston discuss how Johnston obtained the summary pages of President Donald Trump's 2005 tax returns and what they say about the president's tax burden. Maddow also reads a response from the White House.
President Trump wrote off $100 million in business losses to reduce his federal taxes in 2005, according to form
Today we launched our latest ad campaign, "Sunlight," targeting President Trump’s Russia Crisis. Press release
Rachel Maddow talks about the precedent for why presidents have released their tax returns and the types of questions tax returns hope to answer about Donald Trump's business relationships.