Carlson condemned his former writer’s online comments but seemed to defend him against detractors, while at the same time on MSNBC, Chris Hayes lambasted Carlson.
Chris Hayes believes that if Tucker Carlson wants others to risk their health to go back to work, he should be willing to do the same.
Warren took issue with McConnell delaying the passage of the bipartisan coronavirus relief bill passed by the House.
Viewers of the Democratic debate overwhelmingly agreed that the question based on Ellen and George W. Bush's friendship was a waste of time.
Chris Hayes heaped praise on Ronan Farrow while criticizing NBC's handling of his former colleague's infamous story exposing Harvey Weinstein.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow and Chris Hayes mocked Fox News's Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham's passive-aggressive exchange from Tuesday, while Hannity kept Wednesday's handoff with Ingraham brief.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders explains why his $16.3 trillion climate change plan benefits the working class.
Sean Duffy refuses to answer any question that would besmirch the man he thinks has made Wisconsin great again.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren spoke at a recent MSNBC town hall and said she feels fellow presidential hopeful Joe Biden is wrong in his opposition of overturning a ban on federal funding for abortion.
Former Trump campaign staffer Alva Johnson says the president kissed her without consent before a campaign event in 2016.
Stephen Colbert came back from his break and reminded us how much things have changed and why newscasters look exhausted since Trump assumed the presidency.
Susan Sarandon, the great actor and less-great political analyst-activist, appeared last night on MSNBC’s All In With Chris Hayes and proceeded to give the kind of interview that not only makes Fox News fans more confident in their contempt for liberals, but also leaves people like me — a fan of Sarandon as an artist — reconsidering who to root for her when she plays Bette Davis versus Jessica Lange’s Joan Crawford in the upcoming FX whoop-de-doo Feud. You may recall that Sarandon was a huge Bernie Sanders supporter and an aggressive anti-Hillary Clinton proponent. “Can you look me in the eyes and say, 24 days into the Trump administration, ‘This is what I expected it to be’?” asked Hayes.
On Wednesday night’s Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the host tried to grapple with the semi-surprise wins of Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in New Hampshire. When it came to Sanders, Colbert picked up on a gaffe made by MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, who on primary night mangled the Democratic candidate’s name as “Bernie Sandwiches.” Colbert suggested this verbal slip was actually key. When Sanders actually brought out his guest, they ran through the usual Sanders platform, with Colbert invoking his guest from a night previous, Bill O’Reilly, and the Fox News host’s arguments about the impossibility of a Sanders Presidency.