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Author: Nicolle Wallace, MSNBC

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Drawing on years of experience as communications chief for President George W. Bush and senior advisor for the McCain-Palin campaign, Nicolle Wallace provides political insight and clarity on where the decision-makers stand on complex issues. Join her for analysis and discussion with the key newsmakers every weekday.

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Nicolle Wallace discusses the House Judiciary Committee voting to approve two articles of impeachment against President Trump. Plus, Senator Mitch McConnell reveals he's coordinating with the White House on an impeachment strategy, and a new development at the Supreme Court could have implications for Trump's financial records. Joined by: White House bureau chief for the Washington Post Phil Rucker, Politico senior writer Jake Sherman, MSNBC legal analyst Maya Wiley, NBC and MSNBC national affairs analyst John Heilemann, National Action Network president Reverend Al Sharpton, and NBC News Justice correspondent Pete Williams 
Nicolle Wallace discusses the House Judiciary Committee readying to debate the impeachment articles against Donald Trump. Plus, revelations from the DOJ Inspector General's testimony on Capitol Hill about the Russia investigation, the White House and Russia have conflicting stories about a meeting between Trump and the Russian foreign minister, and new polling shows Trump trailing six 2020 Democrats in hypothetical match-ups.Joined by: former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI Frank Figliuzzi, former chief spokesman for the Department of Justice Matt Miller, Politico senior writer Jake Sherman, Associated Press reporter Jonathan Lemire, Ashley Parker and Eugene Robinson from the Washington Post, and former White House and State Department aide Elise Jordan
Nicolle Wallace discusses House Democrats announcing articles of impeachment against Donald Trump. Plus, Trump and his defenders try to undermine the report from the Justice Department's inspector general on the Russia investigation, and Trump meets with a Russian official in the Oval Office.Joined by: MSNBC Correspondent Garrett Haake, Washington Post White House bureau chief Phil Rucker, former senior FBI official Chuck Rosenberg, NBC News correspondent Carol Lee, former RNC chairman Michael Steele, former Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Bromwich, and national security reporter for the Washington Post Devlin Barrett
"All I hear is crickets"

"All I hear is crickets"

2019-12-0600:49:137

Nicolle Wallace discusses whether or not the White House will participate in the impeachment investigation as Nancy Pelosi directs the Democrats to proceed. Plus, growing concern over Trump's use of unsecure phone lines, Rudy Giuliani wraps up his trip to Ukraine, and a look ahead to Monday's release of the Department of Justice inspector general's report on the origins of the Russia investigation.Joined by: Former acting U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal, former managing editor for TIME magazine Rick Stengel, LA Times White House reporter Eli Stokols, former U.S. attorney Joyce Vance, MSNBC National Affairs analyst John Heilemann, former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI Frank Figliuzzi, and MoveOn chief public affairs officer Karine Jean-Pierre
Nicolle Wallace discusses Nancy Pelosi giving the go ahead to draw the articles of impeachment for Donald Trump. Plus, Joe Biden capitalizes on Trump's NATO trip in a new campaign ad, a blow to one of Trump's conspiracy theories on Russia, and Rudy Giuliani doing more work in Ukraine.Joined by: Senior write for POLITICO Jake Sherman, Chairman at the Center for African American Studies at Princeton University Eddie Glaude, New York Times political reporter Nick Confessore, New York Times Editorial Board member Mara Gay, former Republican strategist Steve Schmidt, and adviser to the Biden campaign Ron Klain
Cory Booker, Tulsi Gabbard, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang, and Tom Steyer engage in the fifth 2020 Democratic primary debate for the presidential nomination.
Drawing on her years of experience as communications chief for President George W. Bush and senior advisor for the McCain-Palin campaign, Nicolle Wallace provides political insight and clarity on where key decision-makers stand on complex issues. 
Comments (68)

Veronika Fimbres

It strikes me that it is utterly ridiculous and insane, the Trump should be concerned with corruption in Ukraine, or anyplace seeking our aid and support! He is the most corrupt and clandestine traitor and President to ever inhabit the WH! He must be impeached and removed! Dems should use all of Part 2, in the Mueller Report, to make the Articles of Impeachment impenetrable, and indesputable by any cross examination of the members of the co-conspirator Trumpublicans! His entire Administration should be brought up on charges, and be removed from office! They are all harming the Spirit of our Nation, Nationally, and Internationally!

Dec 9th
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Janet Simpson

Thanks Nicole. You make things pretty clear.

Dec 6th
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AL Hi

After listening to and reading many news items, I find this to be THE best synopsis and explanation of the complexities of this whole dog's breakfast Succinct while covering the essential elements, fair, unbiased.

Nov 27th
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Claude Poliakoff

Fiona Hill for Secretary of State, regretably ineligible for the presidency

Nov 22nd
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Pete Jackson King

#BIDEN2020

Nov 1st
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Boubacar BAH

Hello! I'm Boubacar. And I am listening to you from Guinea, Conakry(in West Africa).

Oct 4th
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Pete Jackson King

#BIDEN2020

Oct 2nd
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Diane Grillo

I'm sorry to say Nicole, that you've become like every other show on MSNBC. why don't you all try something different from one another. it's gotten really boring. trump is evil. we know this. concentrate on what we're going to do to win the election. I haven't heard anyone specify the importance of the VOTERS to vote Democrat all the way because if we don't win the Senate it won't matter who the president is. you should be repeating that 2 or 3 times a show. take calls from the public. be part of the solution instead of part of the problem

Sep 21st
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Pete Jackson King

#BIDEN2020

Sep 21st
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Nonya Bizness

09..19.19: seems to me that the whistleblower could likely be the young woman who sat outside trump's office from day one, who was recently let go.

Sep 20th
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Pete Jackson King

#BIDEN2020!!

Sep 18th
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Pete Jackson King

#BIDEN2020 If Warren DIDN'T get big crowds in Seattle and New York........

Sep 18th
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Pete Jackson King

#BIDEN2020 NO MANDATORY BUY BACK!!

Sep 13th
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Mike Brennan

Always a well chosen cast of commentators, and Charlie Sykes is an especially insightful and trenchant observer. Thanks!

Sep 12th
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Leah Michels

I'm a voter and I care.

Sep 6th
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Sophie Osborn

Please don't keep saying that voters don't care about Joe Biden's gaffes! Many of us DO care. Very much. He is a great man but we do worry that he won't be able to successfully fight against Donald Trump given his lapses.

Sep 6th
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Pete Jackson King

#BIDEN2020

Aug 27th
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Pete Jackson King

With all due respect David Jolly. You LEFT the party! You KNOW the only way to fix the Republican party is to stay IN and fight from the inside. Otherwise, you KNOW you MUST become a Democrat or, under our system, IT IS A WASTE OF TIME!!!

Aug 21st
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Pete Jackson King

#BIDEN2020 ❤

Aug 13th
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Michael Butcher

how totally ruined is Radcliffes future political career when his name is thrown to the press for public shredding

Aug 3rd
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