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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 ongoing tension between Donald Trump and medical experts on when to reopen the country. Plus, Trump’s lengthy coronavirus briefings, the Obama Administration warning of the inevitability of a pandemic, and some glimmers of hope in New YorkJoined by: Director at the Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University Dr. Irwin Redlener, national political reporter for the Washington Post Robert Costa, former top State Department official Rick Stengel, ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl, NBC News correspondent Heidi Przybyla, New York Times political reporter Nick Confessore, and NBC News correspondent Kathy Park
Nicolle Wallace discusses Donald Trump lashing out at the World Health Organization, the latest target in his blame game. Plus, Senator Bernie Sanders suspends his presidential campaign, Trump’s pattern of removing government watchdogs , and the president says mail-in ballots would hurt Republicans.Joined by: Former Obama White House health policy adviser Dr. Zeke Emanuel, White House bureau chief for the Washington Post Phil Rucker, former Communications Director in the Obama White House Jen Palmieri, MSNBC national affairs analyst John Heilemann, Maine Senator Angus King, and political strategist Steve Schmidt
Nicolle Wallace discusses President Trump hearing coronavirus warnings from a close adviser in January. Plus, another inspector general is moved from their position, acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly resigns, and Wisconsin holds a primary in the midst of a pandemic.Joined by: Director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas Children’s Hospital Dr. Peter Hotez, Associated Press White House reporter Jonathan Lemire, former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI Frank Figliuzzi, former Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill, former RNC Chairman Michael Steele, and NBC News national political correspondent Steve Kornacki
Nicolle Wallace discusses predictions that this will be the worst week yet of coronavirus in the United States. Plus, the 70 days of dysfunction in the White House as the coronavirus crisis grew, former Senator Al Franken weighs in on Trump’s leadership through coronavirus, and the continuing clash between Trump and governorsJoined by: former Obama health policy director Dr. Kavita Patel, Los Angeles Times White House reporter Eli Stokols, NBC News chief global correspondent Bill Neely, former chief of staff for the CIA and Department of Defense Jeremy Bash, former Democratic Senator Al Franken, and chief public affairs officer for MoveOn Karine Jean-Pierre
Nicolle Wallace discusses how some parts of the United States are still not taking stay-at-home orders seriously enough. Plus, concerns about the coronavirus data coming out of China, the Navy’s dismissal of Captain Brett Crozier, and nurses across the country protest over a shortage of PPEJoined by: New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker, director of the national center for disaster preparedness at Columbia University, former deputy national security advisor to President Obama Ben Rhodes, New York Times national security reporter Julian Barnes, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, president of the American Nurses Association Dr. Ernest Grant, and NBC News correspondent Heidi Przybyla
It was a historic day for Washington and for the country. The House of Representatives voted along party lines to impeach President Donald Trump on two charges, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. There was not a single Republican defector to vote for impeachment, and just four Democrats broke ranks with their party.Steve Kornacki analyzes what Wednesday’s vote means for our politics and our country and asks what the future of impeachment holds.For by-the-minute updates on impeachment, follow along with NBC News’ Live Blog.
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 (88)

Petra Becerra

You are my favorite!!!

Mar 31st
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Amparo Silver

our military can build a field hospital, station hospital and a mash hospital. I know because I was reservist in the army nurse corp. The logistics is inferior because of this administration. No one has the power to act or know how.

Mar 11th
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Leah Michels

Stop saying "we knew this would happen" stop pretending like this is the 1st time trump has caused people to die. Have you all forgotten Puerto Rico? That's 3000 Americans he helped into the grave. It's insulting that the fact that Corona virus threatens white people is now the "1st big test" that is unveiling how unfit trump is. Stop saying "people will die" . People DID die.

Mar 10th
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Nonya Bizness

"back to more of a natural position"... or, more aptly, "the gleefully bash bernie hour".

Mar 3rd
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Leah Michels

All of this freaking out and head scratching about Bernie Sanders is frustrating. Ask yourself why he is winning. People are angry and upset and they want to burn the establishment down. I think that is a huge part of why Donald Trump got elected. We can call the voter stupid all we want, but they are not. They're angry.

Feb 27th
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Feb 26th
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Nonya Bizness

trump withheld his medical, financial, and academic records to HIDE negative info- thus annihilating that voluntary disclosure tradition from now on. now, any dem- not just bernie- who releases ANY of their own data in this regard would be an idiot, because the ~obvious~ outcome would be that trump would take ANY such release- good, bad, or neutral- twist it, turn it, mangle it, torture it, and then spit it back out as outrageous but water-muddying LIES.

Feb 25th
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Troy Rawls

It's vary telling when a person hasn't dealt with private insurance vary much, I'm a diabetic with 2 kids who both have diabetes, luckily my wife is tenacious and is on top of dealing with being covered by 2 insurance agency's, I couldn't begin to tell you how much of a pain it's been trying to fight with people that are as bad as the Pixar move the Incredibles, the hoops you have to go through is mind-numbing, and not just once but yearly and sometimes a few times a year, I'm sick and tired of people regurgitating the idea that private insurance is so precious, and the government are the last ones you want to be involved with, it seems like the insurance industry has been pretty effective at selling you that they are better at taking care of you, honestly the government is supposed to be for the people by the people, not that we have that right now, so I'm yes ready to give Bernie and socialized capitalism a try, it couldn't be any worse than the hell we're going through now

Feb 20th
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Nonya Bizness

presidential candidates aged 70+ should be required to announce their vice presidential pick at the time they announce their candidacy. because... the obvious. and because a handful of people in real power are capable of focusing on and manipulating the candidate for vp to be chosen by themselves, in anticipation of the obvious. i cannot possibly choose to vote for a dem candidate until i know who their veep choice is.

Feb 18th
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Nonya Bizness

women are more than half the voters. bloomberg, or anyone who wants to win this thing, needs to run non-stop ads ~everywhere~, using a series of well-know actors who have played either good guys or bad guys, and simply have them do an on-camera verbatum reading of trump's whole "grab em by the pussy" riff. the bad guy character actor will sound as disgusting as trump did, and the good guy character actor will sound even more disgusting, to the point of being chilling. end the ad with the candidate voiceover saying "stand for women and vote for me". election won.

Feb 11th
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Zig Stardust

when are you people going to just stand up and walk out on him or not even televising his fascist propaganda. I don't understand....but I'm Canadian and it's sad to see what's happening to my neighbor.😕

Feb 7th
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Nonya Bizness

at this point, it's not whether we should decide if the dems or the repubs are telling us the truth. it's down to which faction of REPUBS are lying to us- current trump cult members vs. ex-trump cult members.

Jan 28th
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Diane Grillo

after listening to Rachel's very thorough interview last night I, who always expect the worst from Trump, was astounded at just how large and deep their scheme was/is. "The Team" are from so many different branches of the Trump Arena now uniting together regularly in Trumps hotel bar like the NY mob to fo what? Taint the Biden name when he isn't even the nominee? No Way! I think this whole Biden thing was just to have a way to go in and out of Kyiv without even the Ukrainian's suspecting them of anything else. There are enough smart people in that group to jeopardize so much just for Trump to do to Biden what he already does to everyone? And they risk so much for no money? The Russian lawyer and her husband being part of this Team is the key to what is really going on! And Barr didn't get involved unless there was a prize worth the price he may pay!

Jan 16th
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Leah Michels

I would recommend that we stop talking about trump's supporters as dogs. All this "red meat to his base" is wildly offensive. I don't think highly of trump supporters, but our nation's survival depends on helping them see what has been done to them and offering them a better path.

Jan 12th
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Pete Jackson King

Pelosi still holds the Articles. She should have Schiff or Nadler slap his ass with a Subpoena!!

Jan 6th
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Nonya Bizness

12.26.19: arghhh!! with pro-dem commentators, who needs enemies? here, bernie's alleged pie-in-the-sky position of knocking down the 1% just flies in the face of an economy that is doing ~so well~ right now... hand wring, hand wring. when the economy goes over a cliff, ala 2008, we fling trillions at the uber-wealthy, and when the economy is supposedly doing good, we can't rock the boat by reigning those same plutocrats in. do i have that right, msnbc?

Dec 26th
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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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