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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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Chris Jansing, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses Trump’s lack of leadership on coronavirus and legally dubious executive actions. Plus, the debate about returning to school, the Trump administration’s deliberate attempts to slow down the postal service, and Biden and Trump’s differing campaign strategies. Joined by: Associated Press White House reporter Jonathan Lemire, former White House Ebola response coordinator Ron Klain, former Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill, global health policy expert Dr. Vin Gupta, contributor for The Grio Jason Johnson, and associate editor for Real Clear Politics A.B. Stoddard
Nicolle Wallace discusses Russia’s effort to boost Donald Trump amid the president’s failed leadership on the coronavirus. Plus, Trump’s hypocrisy on race, more on Russia’s efforts to disparage Joe Biden, and what is going to matter to voters amid a pandemicJoined by: Director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Center for Vaccine Development Dr. Peter Hotez, White House reporter for the Washington Post Ashley Parker, former chief of staff for the CIA and Department of Defense Jeremy Bash, president of the National Action Network Reverend Al Sharpton, and democratic strategists James Carville and Paul Begala
Nicolle Wallace discusses Facebook and Twitter removing a video of Donald Trump spreading false claims about the coronavirus. Plus, Trump’s bank has complied with a subpoena from the Manhattan district attorney, Michelle Obama says she is feeling depressed from the racial strife felt throughout the country, and the value of Joe Biden’s ability to grieve.Joined by: Global health policy expert Dr. Vin Gupta, New York Times political reporter Nick Confessore, White House reporter for the Washington Post Ashley Parker, senior columnist for Bloomberg opinion Tim O’Brien, former Democratic Congresswoman Donna Edwards, and former chief strategist for Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign Stuart Stevens
Nicolle Wallace discusses former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates testifying in Republican senators' investigation into the origins of the Russia probe. Plus, Trump says he’s considering giving his reelection acceptance speech at the White House, the president again insists that children return to school, and Trump suggests without evidence that the explosion that rocked Beirut was likely an attack.Joined by: former chief spokesman for the Justice Department Matt Miller, former acting solicitor general Neal Katial, former FBI general counsel Andrew Weissmann, Washington Post White House bureau chief Phil Rucker, editor-at-large for The Bulwark Charlie Sykes, former aide to the George W. Bush White House Elise Jordan, and director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University Dr. Irwin Redlener
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"A tour de force"

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Chris Jansing, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses Trump’s defense of his handling of coronavirus in a new interview with Axios. Plus, Sen. Kamala Harris weighs in on virus relief talks and Joe Biden’s upcoming running mate decision, Trump again casts doubt on the November election, and the latest on Tropical Storm Isaiais.Joined by: Axios national political reporter Jonathan Swan, contributor for The Grio Jason Johnson, former Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill, Senator Kamala Harris, and NBC News meteorologist Bill Karins
Nicolle Wallace discusses Trump continuing to attack science while the coronavirus curve trends upwards. Plus, investigators in New York are now looking into possible bank and insurance fraud inside Trump’s company, the Trump campaign hits reset 3 months before the election, the Biden campaign is still on the hunt for his running mate. Joined by: Global health policy expert Dr. Vin Gupta, former Democratic Congresswoman Donna Edwards, Associated Press White House reporter Jonathan Lemire, senior columnist for Bloomberg Opinion Tim O’Brien, Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson, New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay, and former top State Department official Rick Stengel
Nicolle Wallace discusses Donald Trump’s dimming political prospects amid his failures on coronavirus and authoritarian tendencies. Plus, the president’s coronavirus team testifies on how to contain the virus surge, reports that DHS compiled intel reports on journalists, and the importance of sport and the role it plays in social justice reform. Joined by: President of the National Action Network Reverend Al Sharpton, White House reporter for the LA Times Eli Stokols, former Republican Congressman David Jolly, Politico senior Washington correspondent Anna Palmer, former Obama White House Health Policy Director Dr. Kavita Patel, former top State Department official Rick Stengel, columnist for the NY Daily News Mike Lupica, and WNBA player for the Atlanta Dream Renee Montgomery
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 (103)

robert jackson

Ms. Wallace has intelligence, poise, and personifies integrity! Great reporting! Thank you especially for the compassionate eulogies of covid victims you append to each report! In this evil world it takes true strength and courage to resist succumbing to the quicksand of negativity. You are a role model!

Aug 8th
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Jon Robinson

Love Nicolle!

Jul 25th
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Suzanne Hubbard Gerken

I love your show! You are so smart and quick with a comeback. I adore you, your friends and your work. Thank you!

Jul 11th
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Phillip Harkin

can't wait to see sarah cooper do a video about president dum dum "aceing" a cognitive test

Jul 10th
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Mike Bradley

Please please stop referring to trump as the leader of the free world. To our allies it is an insult. To our adversaries it is a hilarious joke to hear trump and leader in the same sentence.

Jul 3rd
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Roberto Krebbers

the Republican party has way more better campaign videos against Trumpski ..the Democrats are way to quiet to soft and to friendly..it's war and Trumpski is NOT gonna fight an honest fight,it's gonna be a dirty fight..and I don't know if the Dems are prepared..they are way to naive..Trumpski knows he is gonna lose ..so the only way for him to win is to rig the election..the Dems have to watch very good what Trumpski and his bitch Barr are doing

Jul 3rd
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Nonya Bizness

why is not ONE journalist responding to trump's threats to "imprison national monument looters and vandals" by reporting on trump's very REAL mass destruction of our REAL national monuments? google 'trump national monuments' for the most dystopian search result ever produced.

Jun 27th
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debbie guzman

bolton did not deserve this airtime Nicolle. We could've waited til his book tour was over to ask the questions America already knows the answers to. The $ was more important than helping our country. Period. Knowing that nothing is "normal" about this presidency, bolton still did not show up & blamed the Ds and the way the impeachment process should've been done. You should've skipped this interview Nicolle. Disappointed.

Jun 26th
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Ricardo Mota

"houses of worship are essential" this world is fucked

May 23rd
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Janet Simpson

Hey, Nichole, you are the best. Thank you for all you do.

May 21st
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Janet Simpson

Thank you for giving me hope.

Apr 21st
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Ricardo Mota

Bernie did win the ideological battle against Biden and centrist Dems. It just looks like he didn't but the reason it looks like it is because everyone adopted most of his ideas in one form or another since 2016. the only difference is you can be certain Bernie believes in them, everyone else was/is just catering for votes. you really missed out on Bernie. it saddens me so much.

Apr 14th
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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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Ws Chia

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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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