"I don't want to say, but her initials are Marjorie Taylor Greene," he told Nicolle Wallace.
So if the January 6 commission gets Republican telecom records? Republican House members are already fantasizing about fake investigations so they can get phone records of Democrats. That's all they've got.
The Deadline White House panel saw this minor, yet expensive example of grift as typical of TFG's administration.
Gee, where could that $5800 bottle of whiskey, given to the U.S. by the Japanese government have gone, Mike Pompeo? Deadline White House is on the case.
Nicolle Wallace asks how to prevent the "slippage" of democracy, and Figliuzzi answers by using Tucker Carlson as the perfect example of an ongoing threat.
MSNBC national security expert Frank Figliuzzi slapped Tucker Carlson for amplifying Hungary's white identity politics and threatening our democracy, before he absolutely ethers Carlson at the end.
When they tried to evacuate him on 1/6, he worried they might be part of a Trump conspiracy.
"This is one of the worst days that Donald Trump has had since January 6th, and legally up on par with some of the Mueller indictment days," the MSNBC host said.
"Critical race theory was invented for cases like this, for the law." - Dr. Dyson, putting the Derek Chauvin sentencing in historical and moral perspective.
Nicolle Wallace and Jen Psaki discuss General Milley's remarks in Congress, and the baseless criticism from Republicans of grad-school teachings of U.S. racial history.
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