Federal prosecutors in Manhattan are investigating whether President Trump’s 2017 inaugural committee misspent some of the $107M it raised from donations, according to new WSJ reporting.
So a president, a Senate minority leader, and a House minority leader walk into an Oval Office…
Sen. Chuck Grassley on Wednesday seemed to back the president’s call for a government shutdown over funding a border wall while talking about the danger posed by migrant caravans.
Sen. Claire McCaskill discusses effective messaging for the Democrats, her political future, being tired of asking for money as a member of Congress and why she says House Dems need discipline in the new term.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., is leaving office after 12 years in Washington, and she joins Morning Joe to discuss Democratic enthusiasm in her state, the kind of candidate Dems need in 2020 and what some senators say about Trump behind his back.
Democratic leaders Sen. Charles Schumer (R-NY) and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) talk to reporters after a contentious Oval Office meeting with President Donald Trump where the president vowed to shutdown the government if border security isn’t funded.
Just 29 percent of the public approves of Trump’s handling of the Russia probe — down from 33 percent in October — according to the latest CNN/SSRS numbers.
CNN’s Dana Bash discusses President Donald Trump’s Oval Office meeting with Democratic leaders Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) where Trump vowed to shut down the government if he doesn’t get funding for border security
The Supreme Court on Monday put a hold on states’ attempts to block people on Medicaid from using Planned Parenthood resources, excluding abortion services. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.
Dan McCready is the Democratic congressional candidate in North Carolina’s 9th District, and he joins Morning Joe to discuss withdrawing his concession after allegations of voter fraud in two counties have come forward.