Donald can't claim executive privilege to stifle the rich people who "ran" his inaugural committee, and he can't do much at all about the New York Attorney General looking into his finances.
Bill Barr displays astounding contempt and feigned ignorance of and for the Constitution, Congress, and American law.
Avenatti took his tough guy act a little too far, threatening Nike with big losses if they didn't pay him for information.
Former federal prosecutor Paul Butler explains why the Trump family shouldn't be doing any victory laps just yet due to the lack of indictments from Robert Mueller.
MSNBC's Joy Reid discusses whether Trump's family and Trump himself are out of the woods yet just because Mueller didn't bring any indictments against them.
His testimony will be limited by what could affect ongoing investigations, Ken Delanian said. He also said "all signs" are pointing to the end of the Mueller investigation.
If reports are true, Matt Whitaker, former Acting Attorney General, outright lied to Congress when asked if Donald Trump had pressured him into potentially doing anything regarding open investigations.
"If Whitaker says something now, what are the optics going to look like? 'You did that because the president teed you up in the Oval Office," he said.
Didn't read the whole 40-page sentencing memo? Want to know what all the hoo-ha is about? Fear not, Rachel Maddow is here to distill it.
Didn't read the whole 40-page memo on Michael Cohen's crimes (and Donald Trump's!) from the Southern District of New York? Fear not, Rachel Maddow is here to explain it all.
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