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Hosted by Nicolle Wallace, this program provides in-depth reporting and dynamic discussions on the political stories driving the news cycle. Nicolle Wallace brings viewers the latest political developments of the day, in addition to interviews with leading newsmakers and influential politicians. Drawing on her years of experience as communications chief for President George W. Bush and senior advisor for the McCain-Palin campaign, Wallace provides political insight and clarity on where key decision-makers stand on complex issues.

Hosted by Nicolle Wallace, this program provides in-depth reporting and dynamic discussions on the political stories driving the news cycle. Nicolle Wallace brings viewers the latest political developments of the day, in addition to interviews with leading newsmakers and influential politicians. Drawing on her years of experience as communications chief for President George W. Bush and senior advisor for the McCain-Palin campaign, Wallace provides political insight and clarity on where key decision-makers stand on complex issues.
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Hosted by Nicolle Wallace, this program provides in-depth reporting and dynamic discussions on the political stories driving the news cycle. Nicolle Wallace brings viewers the latest political developments of the day, in addition to interviews with leading newsmakers and influential politicians. Drawing on her years of experience as communications chief for President George W. Bush and senior advisor for the McCain-Palin campaign, Wallace provides political insight and clarity on where key decision-makers stand on complex issues.

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Episodes

"The rule of law doesn't work like the rule of gravity"

11/15/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the second day of public testimony in the impeachment inquiry where the president tweeted about the witness while she was testifying under oath. Plus, Trump's longtime political adviser Roger Stone is found guilty. Joined by: Axios political reporter Alexi McCammond, former prosecutor in Robert Mueller's Special Counsel office Andrew Weissman, National Action Network president Reverend Al Sharpton, L.A. Times White House reporter Eli Stokols, former U.S. attorney...

Duration:00:48:22

“The audacity of a dope”

11/14/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses new reporting that there was a second person who overheard Ambassador Sondland's phone call with Trump where the president asked about "the investigations." Plus, what to expect from the next public testimony in the impeachment inquiry, Trump’s warm welcome to Turkish President Erdogan, and the 2020 Democratic primary race gets a new addition. Joined by: Associated Press reporter Jonathan Lemire, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, former federal...

Duration:00:48:04

"A matter of life and death"

11/13/2019
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Nicolle Wallace breaks down the first day of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry, with witnesses former ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor and senior State Department official George Kent. Joined by: conservative attorney George Conway, former Senator Claire McCaskill, federal prosecutor Paul Butler, former chief of staff at the CIA and the Department of Defense Jeremy Bash, former chief spokesman at the Department of Justice Matt Miller, former U.S. ambassador to NATO Nick Burns, and...

Duration:00:51:07

"He’s all out of bleeps to give"

11/12/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the infighting in the West Wing on the eve of the first public hearing in the impeachment inquiry. Plus, new reporting of how the president wanted to fire the inspector general who brought the whistleblower complaint to Congress, former national security advisor John Bolton speaks out at a private dinner, and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley goes all in on Trumpism. Joined by: Politico senior writer Jake Sherman, Washington Post White House bureau chief Phil Rucker,...

Duration:00:48:11

“You never know what’s going to happen in live television”

11/11/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the big week ahead in the impeachment inquiry as Washington prepares for the first public hearings. Plus, the influence two oligarchs had over Trump's view of Ukraine, and a new transcript is released of another impeachment witness' deposition. Joined by: New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker, former chief of staff for the CIA and Department of Defense Jeremy Bash, former Democratic congresswoman Donna Edwards, former deputy assistant attorney...

Duration:00:50:57

"No plot twists at all, that's basically what we have here"

11/8/2019
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Peter Alexander, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses the release of two more transcripts from interviews with impeachment witnesses which said there was no doubt about what Trump was asking for in that July call and links the quid pro quo to acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney. Plus, John Bolton's lawyer writes a letter to lawmakers teasing his client's knowledge on the Ukraine scandal, a new defense from the Republicans, and Michael Bloomberg mulls a presidential run. Joined by: Former acting...

Duration:00:45:06

“Give me whatever drugs they’re taking”

11/7/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the latest transcript released which describes in the alarm felt in the State Department from Trump's pressure campaign on Ukraine. Plus, new reporting that the attorney general did not fulfill Trump's request to publicly defend his call with President Zelensky, Trump's use of Twitter to attack the impeachment inquiry, and Republicans escalate their war against the whistleblower. Joined by: Associated Press White House reporter Jonathan Lemire, former federal...

Duration:00:48:28

"What I like to call quid pro so"

11/6/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the release of Amb. Bill Taylor's deposition transcript where he testified to a quid pro quo. Plus, the House announces it will start public hearings in the impeachment investigation next week, Republicans struggle to defend the president, and what elections in Kentucky and Virginia tell us about Donald Trump. Joined by: New York Times White House correspondent Annie Karni, Washington Post national political reporter Robert Costa, former chief spokesman for the...

Duration:00:45:37

"The truth and the whole truth are not the same thing"

11/5/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the release of two more transcripts of depositions from the impeachment inquiry. Plus, one of the witnesses amends his testimony to now say a quid pro quo did take place, one of Rudy Giuliani's associates agrees to comply with Congress, and confidence in Secretary Pompeo at the State Department is plummeting. Joined by: New York Times Washington correspondent Mike Schmidt, former senior FBI official Chuck Rosenberg, NBC and MSNBC National Affairs Analyst John...

Duration:00:48:16

"An amazing mix of venal, violent corruption, and complete and utter incompetence"

11/4/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the release of the first transcripts of testimony from the impeachment inquiry. Plus, Republicans try out a new defense of the president, another blow to Trump's effort to keep his tax returns private, and a look at the origins of Trump's negative view of Ukraine. Joined by: Washington Post White House bureau chief Phil Rucker, former chief of staff to Vice Presidents Joe Biden and Al Gore Ron Klain, former Congressman David Jolly, MoveOn chief public affairs...

Duration:00:49:05

NBC News presents Article II: Party Lines

11/1/2019
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After another momentous week in the impeachment inquiry, Kristen Welker, White House Correspondent for NBC News, recaps events in Washington. Witnesses from the White House and State Department provided corroborating evidence against the president. But on Thursday, a House vote to move the inquiry forward fell completely along party lines. As Democrats move the inquiry into a public phase, will the evidence be enough to overcome political partisanship? Questions about the impeachment...

Duration:00:21:08

“Lordly, I hope there’s a fireside chat”

11/1/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the president saying he wants to read his call with Ukrainian President Zelensky aloud like a fireside chat. Plus, new polling shows Republican approval of Trump's job performance slipping, Trump changes his primary residence from New York to Florida, and the 2020 candidates take on Iowa with less than 100 days until the state's caucus. Joined by: New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker, former U.S. attorney Joyce Vance, former assistant director...

Duration:00:45:41

"Democracy is vaguely working for once"

10/31/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the latest witness to testify in the impeachment inquiry corroborating the account of a quid pro quo. Plus, the House takes a historic step in formally voting on impeachment proceedings, and more details are revealed about how the transcript of Trump's July 25th call got into the classified server. Joined by: Washington Post national political reporter Robert Costa, former chief spokesman for the Department of Justice Matt Miller, New York Times political reporter...

Duration:00:47:47

"So suspicious, such a red flag"

10/30/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses two more high-level Trump administration insiders testifying on Capitol Hill. Plus, omissions in the summary of Trump's call with Zelensky are exposed, the Democrats keep impeachment simple, and acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney gets left out. Joined by: MSNBC Correspondent Garrett Haake, White House Bureau Chief for the Washington Post Phil Rucker, former Democratic Congresswoman Donna Edwards, former chief of staff for the CIA and Department of Defense Jeremy...

Duration:00:49:03

"Not pounding the facts or the law, they're pounding the table"

10/29/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the testimony of Alexander Vindman, a decorated combat veteran who was on the July 25th call and raised concern over pressure on Ukraine. Plus, Trump's allies attack Vindman's patriotism, White House officials are divided over whether to release the transcript of Pence's conversation with Ukrainian President Zelensky, and Trump aides cringe at how much secret information he's revealed. Joined by: MSNBC's Garrett Haake, New York Times White House correspondent Annie...

Duration:00:48:06

"We can still agree the dogs are awesome, right?"

10/28/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses House Democrats announcing there will be a formal vote on the impeachment inquiry this week. Plus, new reporting about Senate Republicans' uncertainty about defending Trump, the president gives detailed account of an ISIS leader's death, and how when it comes to Donald Trump, all roads lead to Russia. Joined by: New York Times Washington correspondent Michael Schmidt, former chief spokesman for the Department of Justice Matt Miller, national political reporter for...

Duration:00:44:45

"Could represent a lights out moment"

10/25/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the potential for former national security advisor John Bolton to become a witness in the impeachment inquiry. Plus, the White House’s losing effort to spin impeachment, the Department of Justice’s probe into the origins of the Russia investigation is now a criminal inquiry, and President Obama speaks at Rep. Elijah Cummings’ funeral Joined by: Politico senior Washington correspondent Anna Palmer, former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI Frank...

Duration:00:45:26

"Be careful what you wish for"

10/24/2019
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Peter Alexander, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses the Republican attacks on the impeachment inquiry as their defenses keep getting knocked down. Plus, legal risks for Rudy Giuliani and remembering Congressman Elijah Cummings as he lies in state at the Capitol. Joined by: Washington Post senior political reporter Aaron Blake, former assistant to President Obama Chris Lu, Republican political consultant Shermichael Singleton, New York Times White House correspondent Michael Crowley,...

Duration:00:44:54

"There's an Orwellian fantasy quality to what's coming out of the White House"

10/23/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the chaos in Washington following yesterday’s explosive testimony of diplomant Bill Taylor. Plus, the life or death stakes of the conduct described in Taylor's testimony, Trump hails the situation in Syria as a win for the U.S., and new reporting on the criminal investigation into Rudy Giuliani’s associates Joined by: MSNBC correspondent Garrett Haake, Washington Post national political reporter Robert Costa, former U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg, LA Times White...

Duration:00:47:57

"Lying in a group is really hard to do"

10/22/2019
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Nicolle Wallace discusses the testimony of Ambassador Bill Taylor which Democrats called "devastating" to the president and drew a "direct line" between Trump's request for an investigation by Ukraine to military aid. Plus, the administration official who wrote the anonymous op-ed last year is set to publish a tell-all, Putin's growing influence, and Trump's attempt to distract with a shocking tweet. Joined by: MSNBC correspondent Garrett Haake, former Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal,...

Duration:00:47:42