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Chris Hayes: Trump judges remind us the rule of law is a 'human institution'
Guests: Rep. Jamie Raskin, Mark Grunwald, John Fetterman, Dahlia Lithwick
As Trump's judge steps in for Trump's defense, Congressman Jamie Raskin on the corruption of justice in the wake of Mar-A-Lago—and what his committee learned from Ginni Thomas. Then, what the shared responsibility for rebuilding means for the governor and people of Florida. Plus, my interview with John Fetterman on why he turned the latest Dr. Oz attack into a campaign slogan. And Dahlia Lithwick on a new day for the Supreme Court with Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Ginni Thomas tells Jan. 6 committee she still believes 2020 election was stolen
Guests: Craig Fugate, Bill Karins, Jesse Kirsch, Ricardo Alfonzo Alvarez, Sen. Raphael Warnock
Incredible devastation in Florida in the wake of Hurricane Ian. Tonight: what we know about the damage, the loss of life and the rescue efforts. Plus, the daunting prospect of rebuilding in an era of climate catastrophe. And as Ian regains hurricane status, what we know about preparations, beyond Florida, with Senator Raphael Warnock of Georgia. And what we're learning about what Ginni Thomas told the Jan. 6 committee.
Ian ties for 5th strongest hurricane to hit U.S. on record
Seditious conspiracy trial of Oath Keepers begins
Guests: Ryan Reilly, Barbara McQuade, Katie Benner, Bill Karins, Michelle Goldberg
Seditious conspiracy on trial. Tonight: why the Oath Keepers defense argument could have massive implications for Donald Trump. Then, why the threat to democracy by way of Arizona is way more dire than you may think. And as Hurricane Ian approaches land the nightmare scenario unfolding for the west coast of Florida.
Ex-Jan. 6 committee aide Denver Riggleman on new revelations from phone records
Guests: Denver Riggleman, Nicholas Wu, Asha Rangappa, Ruth Ben-Ghiat
The January 6th committee gears back up and a former committee advisor speaks out. Tonight: My interview with former Republican Congressman Denver Riggleman on claims in his new book of Trumpworld connections to January 6th extremists—and his response to committee push-back on his new revelation. Then, why a far-right victory in Italy is sending shockwaves throughout Europe and beyond. And just when you thought cruel treatment of asylum seekers couldn't backfire any more…
What Republicans are threatening to do if they retake the House in November
Guests: Rep. David Cicilline, Renato Mariotti, Marc Caputo, Jasmin Ramsey
Fresh off a pro-coup vote, the Republican Party lays out its vision for America. Tonight: what happens if Republicans take back the House and enact Donald Trump's vision for the country. Then, an update on the Ron DeSantis migrant scandal: new details on the company the governor hired and its links to other top Republicans. Plus, how pleading the Fifth in his fraud case could doom the disgraced ex-president. And astonishing scenes of protest in Iran.
I’m so glad I can expect straight talk from C Hayes.Thanks for all the great up-to-date information and analysis.
The Nine Inch Nails ‘closer’ reference is hilarious. And almost nobody got it. The show has definitely helped me sort through the madness. Thank you All In team!
Stop airing trump clips and fueling the flames of his pathological need for attention
In very rare cases it’s actually important for people to be reminded of horrific things trump has said. But you are giving him way too much air time and it’s dangerous, regardless your reasoning for doing so.
This episode was so great!! Micheal Cohn is awesome glad he get his revenge!