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Gov. DeSantis vows to defund Florida schools for being too liberal
Tonight: The new law that would defund colleges for not being Republican enough. Then, today's key plea agreement at the epicenter of January 6th prosecutions as an accused Oath Keeper cuts a deal and cooperates. Plus, the White House takes on rising gun violence in America—why President Biden is in a unique position to do something about it. And former DNC Chair Tom Perez on the state of the Dems and his big announcement about running for office.
Guests: Tressie McMillan Cottom, David Jolly, Scott MacFarlane, Brittany Packnett Cunningham, Phillip Atiba Goff, Tom Perez
Senate Republicans block voting rights expansion
Tonight: An expansion of voting rights in America is blocked in the Senate. Then, the growing outrage on the left over the Sen. Sinema filibuster defense. And as we learn about Donald Trump's idea to send Covid patients to Guantanamo Bay, Dr. Anthony Fauci joins us to discuss today's big concession on vaccinations by the White House.
Guests: Rep. James Clyburn, Sherrilyn Ifill, Michelle Goldberg, Heather McGhee, Dr. Anthony Fauci
Obama slams GOP plan to block voting rights legislation
Tonight: America is at a crossroads as a vote to protect the vote heads to the floor. While Republicans vow to stop them, what are Democrats and Joe Biden willing to do about it. Then, six months after the insurrection, why do so many Republicans still believe the big lie? Plus, how America is on the verge of what could be the most transformational social policy experiment in history. And why a breakthrough Alzheimer’s drug could change American health care forever.
Guests: Rep. Katherine Clark, Ari Berman, Sen. Sherrod Brown, Benjy Sarlin, Olivia Troye, Cornell Belcher
FBI asks Jan. 6 suspect about ties to Congress, extremists groups
Tonight: New video emerges of the violence at the Capitol on January 6—and the FBI questioning insurrectionists about their connections with member of Congress. Then, as the bogus Arizona audit starts to wrap up, the Republican fight against voting rights expands across the country. Plus, barely a day old and the attacks against the Juneteenth federal holiday have already begun.
Guests: Scott MacFarlane, Cynthia Miller-Idriss, Beto O’Rourke, Adrian Fontes, Rep. Marie Newman, Clint Smith
Latest Republican attempt to kill Obamacare fails in Supreme Court
Tonight: How Obamacare survived the latest Republican attempt to deny healthcare to America. Then, the compromise by Joe Manchin on voter protections that is already a no-go with Republican senators. And history is made in the White House with the first new federal holiday in nearly 40 years.
Guests: Al Franken, Melissa Murray, Judith Browne Dianis, Meagan Hatcher-Mays, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, Rep. Jim Himes
‘Propogandists’: Hayes rips right-wing media’s Jan. 6 conspiracy theories
Tonight: What we know about what came out of the Biden, Putin summit—and the Russian autocrats audition for Trump TV. Then, the reporter who broke the bombshell about Trump's money man. Plus, as Juneteenth becomes a national holiday, why talking about the date may be illegal in some states. And Andy Slavitt on his departure from the White House, the mess he inherited, and new concerns about a pandemic that's still very active in pockets of the country.
Guests: Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Mehdi Hasan, Glen Johnson, William Rashbaum, Andy Slavitt
I feel very bad for Mse Garza’s loss, and I mean her no ill will, but at the end of the interview she stated how surprised she was with the attitudes of the RussoFascist senators. Really? I doubt there is a dozen of the 80 million who voted for Biden, who would be surprised. How can anyone be so out of touch with reality. Are people really that blind.
SERIOUSLY? Al Franken AGAIN
All In... no. Just no. I will write in every time.
Love his reports. Very informative!