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Every weekend on AM Joy, award-winning journalist and author Joy Reid passionately tackles the most important political and news topics of the week, exploring how policy decisions are shaping the country, while also bringing viewers in-depth interviews with leading newsmakers. Join Joy live on MSNBC for compelling discussions with America’s preeminent political minds, plus thoughtful analysis on the stories that led the week prior, and will matter in the week ahead--from 10 AM to noon ET on Saturdays and Sundays.

Every weekend on AM Joy, award-winning journalist and author Joy Reid passionately tackles the most important political and news topics of the week, exploring how policy decisions are shaping the country, while also bringing viewers in-depth interviews with leading newsmakers. Join Joy live on MSNBC for compelling discussions with America’s preeminent political minds, plus thoughtful analysis on the stories that led the week prior, and will matter in the week ahead--from 10 AM to noon ET on Saturdays and Sundays.
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Every weekend on AM Joy, award-winning journalist and author Joy Reid passionately tackles the most important political and news topics of the week, exploring how policy decisions are shaping the country, while also bringing viewers in-depth interviews with leading newsmakers. Join Joy live on MSNBC for compelling discussions with America’s preeminent political minds, plus thoughtful analysis on the stories that led the week prior, and will matter in the week ahead--from 10 AM to noon ET on Saturdays and Sundays.

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Episodes

Harris departure highlights lack of diversity among leading Democrats

12/7/2019
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Sen. Kamala Harris announced recently that she is suspending her campaign, the only African-American woman running to unseat Donald Trump, adding to the irony that what started out as one of the most diverse presidential fields in American history, has become dominated by candidates who are white and male. And: Impeachment hearings resume Monday in the House Judiciary Committee, with House Republicans announcing that they will not mount a defense of Trump, even though they have been invited...

Duration:01:26:03

Julián Castro: I’m confident I can get the votes we lost in MI, WI, PA

12/1/2019
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Julián Castro, Democratic presidential candidate, and former United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, discusses the Donald Trump administration proposing rule changes that could cause millions to lose food stamps, plus the state of the race for 2020, in conversation with Joy Reid. Plus: When the Trump House impeachment inquiry hearings resume next week, a leading Republican wants to call Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, as his first...

Duration:01:28:10

Warren’s popular wealth tax faces billionaire backlash

11/30/2019
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Elizabeth Warren running for president is bringing some billionaires to literal and metaphorical tears due to policies such as her ultra-millionaire’s Wealth Tax. Is there a growing fear that this progressive Democrat will win the party nomination, thus alienating some wealthy and moderate Democrats? Joy Reid and her panel discuss. And: The Donald Trump impeachment inquiry is still developing, with new revelations about the phone call Ambassador Gordon Sondland told Congress that he made to...

Duration:01:25:39

Watergate prosecutor calls Ukraine dealings 'bribery-extortion'

11/24/2019
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The Donald Trump impeachment inquiry has featured the first public, televised hearings in two decades, reminding many of the Watergate Hearings. Joy Reid and her panel compare and contrast the impeachment hearings of Nixon, with the House impeaching inquiry of Donald Trump, plus media coverage of both. And: Donald Trump disparaged former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch on Twitter during her public impeachment hearing testimony. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) joins Joy Reid to discuss, telling AM JOY...

Duration:01:29:38

Former member of Congress: What Hunter Biden did wasn’t illegal

11/23/2019
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Lindsey Graham has launched probes into Joe and Hunter Biden and the Ukrainian gas company Burisma, as a video has re-emerged of Graham praising Joe Biden in the past. Joy Reid and her panel discuss. Plus: The Donald Trump public impeachment inquiry hearings delivered bombshell testimonies this week from 12 witnesses including Fiona Hill and Gordon Sondland. Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA) and Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) join Joy Reid to discuss. Then: Witnesses at this week’s public Trump impeachment...

Duration:01:25:39

Could Roger Stone flip on Trump?

11/17/2019
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Donald Trump associate Roger Stone was found guilty of seven federal charges on Friday, including witness tampering, lying to Congress, and obstructing the Russia investigation. Will Trump pardon stone? Joy Reid and her panel discuss. And: Donald Trump went to the hospital for an unscheduled exam on Saturday. NBC News correspondent Kelly O'Donnell has the latest. Then, Trump’s alleged call with EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland, the president of Ukraine’s reported reactions to Trump’s requests...

Duration:01:25:21

Rep. Ted Lieu: This week was a very bad week for Trump

11/16/2019
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The public hearings in the Donald Trump impeachment inquiry began this week, with alarming testimony from career diplomats Marie Yovanovitch and William Taylor and more, regarding the president’s controversial communications with Ukraine’s president. Rep. Ted Lieu, Rep. Gregory Meeks, and presidential historian Jon Meacham join Joy Reid to discuss. Then: The debunked conspiracy theory that Ukraine interfered in our election has been voiced by Donald Trump. Now more lawmakers in the...

Duration:01:24:55

Sen. Harris on why America’s ready for a woman of color president

11/10/2019
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Sen. Kamala Harris, Democratic candidate for president in 2020, discusses her plan to provide childcare support to working parents, and why she believes America is ready for a woman of color to be president, telling Joy Reid, ‘I know and I have seen that the people of our country have the ability to see what they've not seen before.’ And: The next Democratic presidential debate hosted by MSNBC and The Washington Post in Atlanta is just ten days away. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the...

Duration:01:25:54

Robert De Niro: Trump has to be held accountable, period

11/9/2019
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Actor Robert De Niro lights up the screen in the blockbuster movie, ‘Joker,’ and also stars in the new movie, ‘The Irishman,’ films that portray criminals during a troubling time in American politics. The legendary filmmaker and activist joins Joy Reid on the Donald Trump era, saying of the president, ‘If we don’t go through this impeachment inquiry, we’re letting him get away with something.’ Plus: The term ‘quid pro quo’ has been used to describe Donald Trump’s controversial dealings...

Duration:01:29:49

New polls show 49% believe Trump should be impeached, removed

11/3/2019
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We now know more about where Donald Trump apparently developed his alleged theory that Ukraine, rather than Russia, hacked the DNC in 2016 in order to in some manner help Hillary Clinton—despite U.S. intelligence agencies confirming that it was the Russians. Jonathan Capehart in for Joy Reid and his panel discuss. Plus: More than half of Americans support the impeachment inquiry according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, while 49% say Donald Trump should be impeached and removed...

Duration:01:24:41

House impeachment probe enters new phase after vote

11/2/2019
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The battle over impeachment reached new heights this week when the House voted to endorse the impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump, a resolution that set into motion a new set of rules and procedures including public impeachment hearings. Former U.S. Ambassador Michael McFaul joins Jonathan Capehart in for Joy Reid to discuss. And: This week House Democrats approved and released details of their procedures for the Trump impeachment inquiry. Jonathan Capehart and his panel of legal...

Duration:01:22:18

MSNBC Breaking News Coverage: Trump's announcement of al-Baghdadi's death

10/27/2019
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On Sunday, Donald Trump thanked the nations of Russia, Turkey, Syria and Iraq for help in killing ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. He then thanked the Syrian Kurds for "certain support." Yasmin Vossoughian in for Joy Reid leads MSNBC's breaking news coverage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:01:32:45

Rep. Neguse: We will hold this administration accountable

10/26/2019
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The impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump took a new turn when a federal court on Friday handed a major legal victory to the Democrats essentially ruling that their impeachment inquiry is in fact legitimate. Rep. Joe Neguse joins Ayman Mohyeldin in for Joy Reid to discuss, followed by our AM JOY panel. Then: William Taylor’s explosive testimony this week during the House impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump may have moved House Republicans on Wednesday to storm a closed-door deposition of a...

Duration:01:22:32

Legal expert: Mulvaney can’t call ‘backsies’ on impeachment talk

10/19/2019
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Donald Trump and some members of his administration such as acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney have made statements that many believe undermine the efforts of the president and his allies to defend his actions regarding Ukraine foreign policy. Former U.S. Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal joins Joy Reid to discuss. Then: Turkey’s President Erdoğan has wanted Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen to be removed from the United States and sent to Turkey for some time, a desire that came...

Duration:01:24:32