Washington Brief Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) denied allegations Sunday of abuse of a former girlfriend, days before he faces voters in a primary election for the party’s nomination for Minnesota attorney general. Ellison, a six-term congressman, is perceived as the front-runner in the attorney general race. (MPR News) Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former adviser to President Donald […]
Week in Review Lawyers for President Donald Trump rejected an offer by special counsel Robert Mueller for an interview with the president on the Russia investigation, the latest move in the back and forth between Trump’s lawyers and Mueller’s team. The president’s legal team made a narrow counteroffer, according to one source, attempting to preclude […]
by Steve Benen Today’s installment of campaign-related news items from across the country * Despite polling from a few months ago showing the incumbent likely to lose, Hawaii Gov. David Ige won his Democratic primary against Rep. Colleen Hanabusa by seven points on Saturday. * In the multi-candidate Democratic primary in Hawaii’s 1st congressional district, […]
Rent prices are down for the rich, but up for everyone else. Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle break down the shocking rise in housing costs for America’s working class.
FBI agent Peter Strzok has been fired from the FBI over anti-Trump text messages he sent.
In an AMJOY exclusive, House leader Nancy Pelosi reflects on the clashes in Charlottesville with Jonathan Capehart and says that President Donald Trump’s agenda is to, ‘make America white again.’ She emphasizes the importance of fighting the president’s initiatives, and clarifies the democrats’ political agenda as we move into midterm, election season.
Some of America’s immigration judges appear to be in active rebellion against Jeff Sessions and the Department of Justice over family separation policies at the border. They accuse DoJ of punishing judges for slow deportations. One of those judges who is fighting back joins Ari Melber.
Donald Trump has railed against what he calls “chain migration” for years – which is a little awkward, considering it’s the reason his own in-laws were able to become U.S. citizens.
Annise Parker of the LGBTQ Victory Institute, joins Morning Joe to discuss the record number of LGBTQ candidates running for office in 2018.
Washington Brief A federal judge in Washington threatened to hold Attorney General Jeff Sessions and DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen in contempt of court if they fail to return to the United States a mother and daughter seeking asylum who were deported ahead of a hearing yesterday. The two had been put on a plane out of the […]