Former Secretary of State says Russian interference in the 2016 campaign was less about helping Donald Trump and more about enacting revenge on Hillary Clinton.
Former Secretary of State discusses the Trump administration, the U.S. role in the world, and why so many Americans have lost faith in our institutions.
Joe Scarborough: ‘Based on the health care coverage people get, it makes a difference on whether they live or die.’
Joe Scarborough: Russia’s president is less of a brilliant bond villain and more of a political gadfly damaging his own national interests.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) predicts we won’t see a final product until after the 2018 elections.
Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA): We built consensus in the House, if the Senate has a better way to do it, ‘good luck to them.’
Australia’s ambassador to the U.S., Ambassador Joe Hockey, discusses his country’s ties to the Trump administration and the rocky start to the relationship.
Joe: The image of a billionaire President surrounded by millionaires will not go unnoticed to voters who lose their coverage.
Joe: By all measures, the people who are going to be hurt the most are President Trump’s own voters.
Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) says the administration is filled with talented people, but so far, it’s not firing on all eight cylinders.