Newsweek Despite President Donald Trump and the White House's objection, the US Senate on Thursday (27 July) passed a legislation to slap new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea. The bill has been sent for the approval of Trump, who can exercise his..
MSNBC The war in the White House got public and it got ugly with Anthony Scaramucci's profanity filled interview with one reporter. Is the White House becoming too dysfunctional to get anything done? Our panel reacts.
The Rachel Maddow Show 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..
The Rachel Maddow Show 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.
The Last Word L. O'Donnell 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..
The Last Word L. O'Donnell Before 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..
CBS 2 New York The West Wing is looking more like the Wild West. In an interview with the New Yorker magazine, the new White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci took aim at Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and Chief Strategist Steve Bannon in a vulgar..
Wibbitz Studio The House of Representatives passed a massive $778 billion new spending bill today. The bill, which passed 235-192, gives the Pentagon an incredibly large new budget as well as a $1.6 billion down payment for President Trump's border wall. Though it..
The Washington Post - Affiliate Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) on July 27 said he would vote for a “skinny repeal” GOP health-care bill after House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) said he is willing to use the bill as a basis for negotiation between the House and the Senate.