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.”
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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.
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.
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.
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.”
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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.
Kimmel: Trump Yells About Golden Showers, Biden Turns 81 & Kelce Brothers Face Off on Monday Night Football
The Kansas City Chiefs & the Philadelphia Eagles go head to head on Monday Night Football and the Kelce Brothers face off, President Joe Biden pardoned two turkeys in honor of Thanksgiving, we play a game in honor of his 81st birthday, the MAGA troops rallied in Iowa to see their Orange Jesus in the flesh, and Guillermo goes full-on Formula one at the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
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.”
Leslie Jones discusses SCOTUS’s new ethics code, Senator Markwayne Mullin tries to throw down in a Senate hearing, and Dulcé Sloan weighs in on NYC parents filing a petition against non-binary performers in the Macy’s Thanksgiving’s Day parade.
Nick Akerman, a former prosecutor during the Watergate scandal, explains what leaked witness video from Trump’s Georgia election subversion case reveals, and why the former president will benefit from the leak.
The military is moving toward the electrification of its vehicle fleets. It’s not, as former President Donald Trump falsely claims, going “to make our great Army tanks all-electric.”
Leslie Jones is back and covering Tim Scott’s departure from the Republican race for president, Trump’s vow to “root out the vermin within the country,” and Michael Kosta chimes in on the bust of a high-end brothel network.
ABC News has obtained new footage of Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell’s proffer session. MSNBC’s Ari Melber breaks down the new footage and is joined by Yale University professor Tim Snyder to discuss.
The Trump campaign defended the former president’s use of the word ”vermin” to describe his political opponents during a campaign rally held in New Hampshire on Veterans Day.
Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen talks with CNN’s Jake Tapper about Donald Trump Jr.’s appearance in the former president’s civil fraud trial in New York.
Donald Trump Jr. returned to the witness stand as the first defense witness in the New York civil fraud trial against former President Donald Trump, his children and the Trump Organization.
Former CNN anchor Brian Stelter joins “CNN This Morning” to discuss former President Trump and his new book “Network of Lies” which details the origin story of the right-wing media’s mission to get Trump back in office.
Veteran television journalist Geraldo Rivera tells CNN’s Jim Acosta that he believes immigration is one of the most important issues to former president Donald Trump, who he believes will enact draconian detention and deportation policies if re-elected.
President Biden’s campaign releases a Veterans Day ad attacking former President Trump on comments Trump made about veterans. The Morning Joe panel discusses.