To MSNBC’s consternation, earlier this month a young voter at the Iowa caucuses dropped the f-word on live TV.
Rachel Maddow looks at the first Democratic debate and seemed to notice an overlooked candidate – Martin O’Malley.
Last month, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow interviewed Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders.
They discussed the large audiences he gets, grassroots volunteers, the opposition, VA hospitals, whether he can get Republican votes, and other issues.
CNN writes that the day before Wednesday night’s Republican debate, Donald Trump appeared before a huge crowd for a campaign rally aboard the decommissioned battleship, USS Iowa.
The event was sponsored by a group called Veterans for a Strong America, which is a PAC, or political action committee. A PAC is supposed to be tax exempt.
However, the founder of Veterans for a Strong America – Joel Arends – apparently forgot to tell the Trump campaign the group’s tax exempt status was revoked by the IRS last May.
Rachel Maddow of MSNBC points out that this “veterans group” apparently consists of a single person – Joel Arends.
Above is a part of MSNBC’s “Hardball” from July 22nd, 2015 where host Chris Matthews takes a look at a comment made by Senator Marco Rubio that Donald Trump and the President have “no class.”
Matthews seems to have a point in that the President did all those things that you’re “supposed to do” – work hard, get into good schools, and stay away from scandals and corruption.
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According to TYT Network, more shake-ups are expected at MSNBC.
Al Sharpton has lost his 6PM show and will be moving to Sundays. Other faces will be brought in.
Alicia Garza speaks with MSNBC about what the movement Black Lives Matter wants from politicians.