Friday, July 28, 2017
C'mon Putin. Is that all you got. As soon as we get rid of Trump and the TreasonWeasels-it's regime change for you.
C'mon Putin. Is that all you got. As soon as we get rid of Trump and the TreasonWeasels-it's regime change for you. https://t.co/iB25ygxDQT— Claude Taylor (@TrueFactsStated) July 28, 2017
Russia seized two American diplomatic properties and ordered the U.S. Embassy in Moscow to reduce its staff https://t.co/46DoS5WAl4— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 28, 2017
A gall darned American hero for all time. He is the one who delivered the Steele Dossier. He's known and been playing along and is ready to kick some ass now.
God Bless John McCain!— Lori Salmon (@FishRN1) July 28, 2017
Senator John McCain votes NO on "Skinny Repeal" (C-SPAN) https://t.co/pd9e4fTqaT via @YouTube
NEW: Focus on WHY Trump wants Mueller out and Graham says doing it could end his presidency: TRUMP IS GUILTY
BREAKING: Russia suspends US embassy use of diplomatic properties in Moscow - Sputnik— Conflict News (@Conflicts) July 28, 2017
LOLBefore even officially becoming Communications Director, Anthony Scaramucci went on a threatening, vulgar tirade, attacking fellow White House aides and "leakers." Lawrence O'Donnell argues this is a test—if Trump keeps Scaramucci, his presidency may never recover.
Obama Press Secretary Josh Earnest and Bush speechwriter David Frum join Lawrence O'Donnell to explain the deficiencies of the Trump communications team and how Anthony Scaramucci is not only ill-suited to his new role, but also doing far more harm than good.
“Direct quote from member of IC [intel community] ‘Many of us consider Trump to be the greatest threat to our national security since the end of the Cold War.'”
Anthony Scaramucci put White House chaos on display in a vulgar tirade aimed at Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon
Jeff Sessions is speaking out about being under public attack by Trump over the Russia investigation and Lindsey Graham has issued a warning to the president about the consequences of firing the attorney general. Paul Butler and Ron Klain join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Rachel Maddow gives viewers a preview of some of Richard Engel's reporting from Russia to air on Friday, 7/29 at 9pm ET as the latest installment of On Assignment with Richard Engel.
Rachel Maddow points out the parallels between the bully tactics at the root of the Bridgegate scandal and the pressure Donald Trump is trying to put on Senator Lisa Murkowski by threatening Alaska, noting also that Chris Christie's former campaign manager now works as Trump's political director.
Senator Al Franken talks with Rachel Maddow about the disastrous health/tax bill Senate Republicans are struggling to jam through to passage.
Sen. Chuck Schumer gets emotional over McCain, calls for bipartisanship: "Let's turn the page and work together"
House Judiciary Cmte. GOP call for special counsel to look at election matters related to Clinton, Comey and Lynch
Tim Weiner, historian of the FBI and CIA, talks with Rachel Maddow about the Republican effort to discredit the FBI and the Trump Russia investigation, and what Donald Trump doesn't understand about the FBI
A witness at today’s Judiciary hearing suggests Russia may have offered information in exchange for Trump team cooperation. WATCH:
Rachel Maddow reports on the latest embarrassing spectacle from the Donald Trump administration and points out the facets of a solidifying Republican counter narrative that aims to discredit the FBI and the Trump Russia investigation.