The chief and entire command staff of the police department in Rochester, New York, resigned on Tuesday as outrage continued over the death of Daniel Prude. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
The panel discusses the importance of new polling showing that President Trump is leading among Cuban Americans in Miami-Dade County in Florida.
Joe Biden and President Trump are tied in Florida among likely voters, according to new NBC News/Marist polling, yet Biden is up in the state with Black voters, women voters and Independents.
Joe Biden is leading Donald Trump 53 to 44 percent in Pennsylvania, according to new NBC News/Marist polling, and Biden is leading in the state among suburban voters, voters with college degrees and women.
In a one-on-one interview with Rachel Maddow, Michael Cohen says every felony he was charged with was directed by President Trump himself. Cohen says Trump personally approved salacious stories the National Enquirer published about Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen.
Amid the fourth month of sustained Black Lives Matter protests across the country, a new study tracking the movements disproves one of the President’s favorite talking points. Chris Hayes and Princeton’s Omar Wasow discuss the findings.
“Get your absentee ballot at the soonest possible opportunity,” says FEC Commissioner Ellen Weintraub. “If you decide to vote in person, do that early too. It will take strain off the system on Election Day.”
“The military is not stupid. When the military is in Syria, in Mali, in Somalia, in Iraq, in Afghanistan, the military knows. Hey, we’re here, Mr. President!” says Col. Lawrence Wilkerson on Trump’s false claim that he ended “endless wars.”
The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg on his reporting that Trump called U.S. troops “losers” and “suckers”: “This is the kind of accusation … that goes directly to a core constituency that Donald Trump obviously needs to keep energized come November.”
General Barry McCaffrey calls Trump’s comments about the military at the White House today “sickening.”
As the election process has come under fire from the Trump administration, presidential historian Jon Meacham reflects on how voting is the most powerful non-violent tool we have in a democracy.
Rev. Al Sharpton rallies behind NCAA student athletes. Athletes are expected to perform at the collegiate level in the midst of a pandemic – for free.