An early look at the stories that will drive tomorrow's conversation.
DAY 527: New questions over potential witness tampering in Jan. 6 probe
New reporting from The New York Times is raising questions about whether Trump may be trying to influence witness testimony in the January 6th investigation. And the Supreme Court rules that the Biden administration can end “Remain In Mexico” policy. Joyce Vance, Eugene Daniels, Neal Katyal, Sen. Alex Padilla, Juanita Tolliver, David Jolly, and Irin Carmon join.
DAY 526: January 6th Committee subpoenas Pat Cipollone
In the 1/6 hearing on Tuesday, former West Wing aide Cassidy Hutchinson gave a bombshell testimony with new details from January 6th. One day following the hearing, the 1/6 committee subpoenaed former Trump White House counsel Pat Cipollone. Plus, the continued fallout from the SCOTUS reversal of Roe v. Wade. Jackie Alemany, Luke Broadwater, Melissa Murray, Carol Leonnig, Clint Watts, Carlos Curbelo, Xochitl Hinojosa, and Yamiche Alcindor join.
DAY 524: Jan. 6th Committee schedules additional hearing
New evidence and witness testimony prompt a surprise Jan. 6th committee hearing Tuesday. The continued fallout over the overturning of Roe v. Wade. And the horrifying Russian attack at a Ukraine shopping mall. Katie Benner, Phil Rucker, Neal Katyal, Dr. Jill Gibson, Errin Haines, A.B. Stoddard, and Gen. Barry McCaffrey join.
DAY 521: Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade
The Supreme Court has overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that guaranteed the federal right to an abortion. The decision will undo decades of legal precedent for women’s health care rights in the United States. Katie Benner, Melissa Murray, Joyce Vance, Amy Hagstrom Miller, Marc Hearron, Jennifer Palmieri, Tim Miller, and Michael Beschloss join.
DAY 520: Trump’s pressure campaign on DOJ officials
In the fifth Jan. 6th hearing, the committee focused on Trump’s effort to pressure the Department of Justice and revealed new information on Republican lawmakers who sought presidential pardons. Plus, only hours after the Supreme Court struck down a New York law restricting the carrying of concealed guns, the Senate holds a final vote on a bipartisan gun safety bill. Luke Broadwater, Chuck Rosenberg, Frank Figliuzzi, Matt Miller, Jonathan Capehart, Matthew Dowd, and Ryan Busse join.
Bonus Episode: Edward Snowden's full interview on Trump, privacy, democracy & more
On the even of his memoir 'Permanent Record' being published, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden talked at length from Moscow with MSNBC's Brian Williams in an exclusive interview. Here is their full discussion, including portions of the interview that did not air on The 11th Hour because of time constraints. This is their discussion in its entirety in podcast form, edited down slightly for clarity.
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Great podcast with new moderator.
I loved Brian’s moderation and touch of humor. Stephanie’s style is different of course, but she does a nice job of asking probing questions and generally moderating the discussions.