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Interview with acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney on the deaths on the government shutdown and the President Trump's border wall; Interview with Alabama Sen. Doug Jones on border security and Democratic politics ahead of the 2020 presidential
State of the Union with Jake Tapper
From the news
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CNN: Trump Eyeing Replacements For Chief Of Staff, Others; CNN: Trump Meets With Lawyers To Review Mueller Questions; CNN Sues White House For Suspending Jim Acosta's Press Pass; 44 Dead In California Wildfires; Worst In State History
CNN: Officials Predict Trump Could Ask DHS Chief To Resign; Maryland Challenges Trump's Whitaker Appointment As Unlawful; Embattled Boward Elections Chief May Step Down; Dem Senators Give Update On Florida Vote Count; FBI: Hate Crimes Up 17% In 2017; Cops Shoot Security Guard Who Stopped Suspected Gunman via Knit
Anderson Cooper 360
Aired 3 months ago 87:05
Midterm Losses, Rumored Staff Shakeups Fuel President Trump's Anger, Side-Stepping of Presidential Duties
This morning, as the recount efforts in Florida march on and GOP congressional losses pile up in California, new reporting from The Washington Post details President Trump's past "Five days of fury."From berating White House reporters for "stupid questions" to floating the idea of removing Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and replacing Chief of Staff John Kelly, President Trump has returned from his controversial trip to Europe "frustrated," and "itching to make some changes."Meanwhile, behind the scenes, First Lady Melania Trump has been clashing with Kelly; and, she has made the unprecedented move of publicly calling for the removal of a senior national security official.NBC News' Carol Lee joins the panel, this morning, with her new reporting on the reasons behind the growing tension between the First Lady and John Kelly, and his uncertain future in the White House.It's Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Welcome to Morning Joe.
MSNBC Morning Joe
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Founding Documents: Articles of Confederation
While a famous committee of five drafted the Declaration of Independence, a far more unsung committee of thirteen wrote America's first rulebook. The Articles of Confederation was our first constitution, and it lasted nine years. If you prefer Typee to Moby Dick, Blood Simple to A Serious Man, or Picasso's Blue Period over Neoclassicism, you just might like the Articles of Confederation.The fable of its weaknesses, strengths, rise, and downfall are told to us by Danielle Allen, Linda Monk, Joel Collins, and Lindsey Stevens. Also, Paul Bogush tells us how to play Articles of Confederation the Game with a sack of blocks.Subscribe to Civics 101 for all your civil needs. Find out more at civics101podcast.org.