Actor and comedian Sebastian Maniscalco joins Morning Joe discusses his new eight-part Max series ‘Bookie’, which looks at sports betting in California before it becomes legalized. Maniscalco also discusses his upcoming 47-city tour in 2024.
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CNN senior legal analyst Elie Honig discusses an ABC News report that former President Donald Trump was warned by an attorney that failing to comply with a classified documents subpoena would “be a crime.”
John Oliver discusses dollar stores and why Irish Spring is not his soap of choice.
CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin, Becky Quick and Joe Kernen discuss Elon Musk’s interview at The New York Times DealBook Summit.
House Minority Leader Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., holds a press conference and he went after some “extreme” MAGA Republicans and “extreme right-wing influencers” on Ukraine aide. Jeffries also ripped House Republicans for having “zero” to show for in their time in the majority, doing “nothing to meet the needs of the American people” and “undermining” what people want, like Obamacare. On the possible expulsion of Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., he urged the GOP to focus on “putting people over politics” and not “embarrassing” constituents.
Speaking at the 2023 DealBook Summit in New York on Wednesday, Elon Musk, the owner of social media site X, scoffed at advertisers leaving the platform because of antisemitic posts he amplified there, saying to those advertisers ‘Go f—yourself. Go. F—. Yourself.’ Andrew Ross Sorkin conducted the interview and Sorkin joins Morning Joe to discuss.
An appeals court has reinstated the gag order against former President Trump in his New York civil fraud trial. MSNBC legal analyst Lisa Rubin has details on the decision and how it limits Trump.
Is defending Christmas enough to get you on the nice list? Desi Lydic & Jordan Klepper head to the FOX News All American Christmas tree lighting to investigate the war on Christmas.
CNBC Marathon explores how tipping, ‘junk’ fees and the hidden price of free shipping are costing Americans billions.
CNN’s Jamie Gangel discusses the moment former GOP lawmaker Liz Cheney said she confronted then House Speaker Kevin McCarthy about the photo he took with former President Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago.
Today is the day known as Giving Tuesday, the U.S. Forest Service has an idea for how to save money this holiday season, 40 members of Congress have announced plans to retire at the end of their terms, Hunter Biden may be headed to testify in front of the House Oversight Committee, Fox News is so desperate to smear Joe Biden they are literally grasping at straws, Mike Pence is getting caught up in a controversy about a comma, and we positioned ourselves right in front of the world famous Hollywood Bowl for a new game we like to call “The Poll at the Bowl” where we guess whether fans are there to see Mariah Carey or Kiss.
Donald Trump called on the government to “come down hard” on MSNBC and not one major broadcast news network covered it. MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell explains why this is a product of what Brian Klaas calls the “banality of crazy.”
MeidasTouch host Ben Meiselas reports on the letter by Hunter Biden’s lawyer stating that Hunter would be willing to testify in public before the House Oversight Committee in order to ensure transparency and the response by the GOP that they want a secret deposition instead.
Through partnerships with solar energy developers, oil giants BP and Shell are investing in an emerging industry called agrivoltaics, which combines solar energy generation with agricultural activities such as sheep grazing, beekeeping and crop production. This multi-use land management strategy could help alleviate the tension between farmers and solar developers, two groups that often find themselves at odds when it comes to matters of land use.
According to a report by the Lending Club, 60% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck as the holiday season approaches. Editor-in-Chief at Investopedia, Caleb Silver, explains why so many people are having trouble making ends meet.
Seth takes a closer look at Trump and his legal team preparing for the very real possibility that he will be on trial for various criminal charges throughout the entire 2024 general election.
Geoffrey Holt, an 82 year-old mobile park caretaker who did not own a TV or car, left $3.8 million to the town of Hinsdale, N.H., following his death. Holt’s friends say he lived a “frugal” life and invested his money that amassed the fortune.
CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa reports on the latest news from OpenAI.
NPR’s Tamara Keith and Susan Page of USA Today join Amna Nawaz to discuss the latest political news, including how Rosalynn Carter transformed the role of First Lady, President Biden’s latest approval ratings and a bandaid budget that won’t heal the nation’s divides or congressional dysfunction in the election year to come.
Jail for threats? In Trump case, RICO lawyer says real attacks land defendants in jail, not ‘gagged’ | MSNBC
Donald Trump’s legal team argued against a gag order in federal appeals court today. MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber reports on the gag order and responds to audio from the court hearing. Manny Arora, attorney for convicted Trump aide Kenneth Chesebro, joins “The Beat” to weigh in on Trump’s clash with the DOJ in appeals court over his gag order in the DC election case, adding “If someone truly makes a threat to a witness or a prosecutor… You put them in jail.”