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The biggest news and political stories of the day with a commitment to in-depth reporting that consistently seeks to hold our leaders accountable.




NYT: Mark Meadows testified before Trump grand jury

Guests: Kyle Cheney, Joyce Vance, Tim Parlatore, Rep. Dan Goldman, Kevin Van Valkenburg, Michelle Goldberg A special prosecutor sighting as a key figure in the Trump coup talks to the grand jury. Tonight: new reporting that Mark Meadows talked—and may have flipped on Trump. Plus, recently departed Trump attorney on the indictment watch for his former client. Then, Congressman Daniel Goldman on another backfired MAGA stunt. Plus, did the Saudi government essentially buy American golf? Outrage and allegations of sportswashing as the PGA merges with LIV golf . And did the Republican primary finally find a candidate willing to campaign against the frontrunner?


Special Preview: Rachel Maddow Presents: Déjà News

As a bonus for listeners, we’re sharing a preview of “Rachel Maddow Presents: Déjà News,” a new original podcast series from MSNBC. In each episode, Rachel Maddow and co-host Isaac-Davy Aronson seek a deeper understanding of a story in today's headlines by asking: Has anything like this ever happened before? Would knowing that help us grapple with what’s happening now… and what might happen next? Follow now and listen to the first episode on Monday, June 12:


Jack Smith attends meeting with Trump lawyers at DOJ

Host: Jen Psaki Guests: Ari Melber, Devin Barrett, John Brennan, Kate Bedingfield, Robert Gibbs, Gov. Chris Sununu Trump attorneys make their case to Jack Smith in Washington. Tonight: The showdown with the special counsel and what it could mean for charges. Plus, former CIA director John Brennan on the national security impact of a potential Trump indictment. Then, inside the Oval Office strategy to bring some Republicans back to reality. And a prominent Trump critic announces he won't run—New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu joins live.


The DeSantis bid to campaign on an anti-vaxx platform

Guests: Andrew Weissmann, Tim Miller, Margie Omero, Bharat Ramamurti, Rob Sand The imminent indictment Watch on the Mar-a-Lago documents. Tonight: what Trump's real motive was for taking all that classified information. Then, is the winning strategy for candidate DeSantis to be the most anti-vaxx person on the ballot? Plus, President Biden's Oval Office address. And the crazy story of why Republicans in Iowa have stripped the powers from the state auditor.


The complete timeline of the Trump classified documents probe

Guests: Ron Klain, Kristy Greenberg, Harry Litman, Hugo Lowell, Jacqueline Alemany The ex-president caught on tape bragging about classified documents. Tonight: the increasingly strong case against Trump and the timeline of the investigation. Then, as his lawyers line up to defend him there's new trouble in Team Trump. Plus: how Joe Manchin's pet pipeline project just got expedited in the debt-bill. And the latest stunt from Republicans trying to investigate Biden.


Debt ceiling deal faces House vote

Guests: Sahil Kapur, Renato Mariotti, Brian Deese, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Rep. Mikie Sherril, Tara Setmayer, David Jolly Chris Hayes breaks down the latest on the House vote on the debt ceiling bill. Plus, new reporting on a secret recording of Trump discussing classified documents.


Hakeem Jeffries: Democrats will deliver the House votes to avoid default

Guests: Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries, Jose Pagliery, Texas State Representative James Talarico Republicans floundering on the debt ceiling deal as Biden plays it cool. Tonight: How calling the bluff of the hostage-takers was the key to saving the country from economic catastrophe. Then, the radical Republican Attorney General of Texas impeached by his own party. Plus, as the special counsel closes in, new worries about a snitch in Team Trump.


An all-new season of ‘Dateline Missing in America’

As a bonus for you, we’re sharing the trailer for Season 2 of Dateline: Missing in America. The chart-topping podcast series is back with a brand-new season and brand-new cases. Are you the key to solving a mystery? Correspondents Josh Mankiewicz, Andrea Canning and Keith Morrison report on perplexing missing person cases brought to Dateline’s attention by our social media followers. Each episode focuses on one person’s story, as told by those left behind. Listen carefully to the details, descriptions and clues offered by family, friends and investigators. Something you hear might jog a memory that could help authorities crack a case. You can listen to the first two episodes of Dateline: Missing in America season 2 here:


Top Oath Keeper sentenced to 18 years for Jan. 6 sedition plot

Guests: Jeffrey Toobin, Alexis McGill Johnson, David Plouffe, Danya Perry The top Oath Keeper gets 18 years for seditious conspiracy, but the guy who sent them to the Capitol is still free.Then, the special counsel is closing in as we get new reporting on Team Trump moving classified documents. Plus: the disastrous rollout of the DeSantis campaign. And a showdown in Texas as the House Republicans call for the Attorney General to be impeached after he says the House Speaker was drunk on the job.


DeSantis 2024 launch with Elon Musk flops hard

Guests: Rep. Dan Goldman, Ryan Reilly, Tim Miller, Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, Maria Hinojosa New concern in Trump World that Mark Meadows is spilling to the special counsel. Tonight: the latest on the insurrection investigation. And the signs of an imminent prosecution in the docs case. Then, one year after the massacre at Uvalde, the survivors looking for answers and fight for gun control in Texas. Plus, the Oath Keeper now facing 25 years in prison for January 6th. And Ron DeSantis announces he's running for president in the most successful Elon Musk rollout since the Cybertruck.


Trump criminal trial set for March 2024

Guests: Harry Litman, Jose Pagliery, Nikki McCann Ramirez, David Pepper, Suzanne Nossel, Lindsay Donald Trump is back in court as a judge warns him to watch his mouth. Tonight: the trial date for the people of the state of New York against Donald J. Trump. Then, the latest on the man with a Nazi flag arrested for threatening the president. Plus, the outrageous move by Ohio Republicans undermining democracy to ban abortion. And the poem read at the inauguration of Joe Biden is now banned from a classroom in DeSantis-run Florida.


E. Jean Carroll seeks new damages from Trump after CNN comments

Guests: Jeff Stein, George Conway, Adam Serwer, State Senator Machaela Cavanaugh Tonight: another round of negotiations as the clock ticks towards default. Then, the classified document investigation expands into Trump's business dealings. Plus, E. Jean Carroll says she plans to seek more damages from the ex-president. And the latest chilling example of America in reverse as Nebraska's governor signs a combination anti-trans and anti-abortion law.


Georgia DA hints at time frame for Trump probe charges

Guests: Jamelle Bouie, Rebecca Roiphe, Tara Setmayer, David Jolly, Sophie Bushwick Republican states using their culture war to take your freedom. Tonight: Why Florida residents are saying their governor is inflicting a kind of "torture" on them. Plus, the field of candidates waiting for a Trump grows. And does the United States Senate have any hope of regulating the fast-growing AI industry?


Jamaal Bowman calls out Marjorie Taylor Greene: 'She put a target on my back'

Can a candidate run for president on the "freedom" platform while authorizing his state to seize children from their parents for seeking medical care? Tonight: the dystopian nightmare in Florida and beyond. Then, Democrats crash another Jim Jordan circus in the House. Plus, Congressman Jamaal Bowman on Marjorie Taylor Greene's concern that he's a “threat.” And a very important community note for the CEO of Twitter: the Bellingcat reporter who debunked Elon Musk joins live.


Democrats flip mayoral offices in blow to GOP

Guests: Donna Deegan, Rep. Becca Balint, Sen. Sherrod Brown, Jennifer Horn The infighting breaks into the open as the losing continues. Tonight: how Republicans are fundamentally misunderstanding this American moment—and how Democrats are taking advantage. Then, how Republicans saved George Santos from expulsion from Congress with a unanimous vote. And Senator Sherrod Brown on potential Democratic workarounds for debt limit hostage taking.


Bombshell lawsuit filed against Rudy Giuliani by former employee

Guests: Senator Elizabeth Warren, Mike Schmidt, Andrew Weissmann, Rep. Robert Garcia, Ben Collins, Michelle Goldberg Access peddling, corruption and shocking sexual assault allegations in a new lawsuit filed against Rudy Giuliani. Tonight: Andrew Weissmann on the claims Rudy Giuliani sexually abused his employee—and Michael Schmidt on the allegations that he conspired with Donald Trump to sell presidential pardons. Then, a resolution to expel George Santos from Congress. Plus, Senator Elizabeth Warren on the Republican debt limit extortion, fresh off her grilling of failed bank CEOs. And the Elon Musk descent into right wing conspiracy theorist now includes full endorsement of antisemitic tropes.


Report: Gosar's congressional staffer linked to neo-Nazi Nick Fuentes

Guests: Jamelle Bouie, Hunter Walker, Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Ryan Nobles, Sen. Ed Markey, Brandon Wolf, Mona Charen The president makes the case against white supremacy again—and the backlash roars. Tonight: new reporting on a potential new connection between white nationalists and the office of a sitting congressman. Then, what we know after two were hospitalized during a violent attack at the office of Congressman Gerry Connolly. Plus, the DeSantis campaign overhaul that includes shaking hands and looking at people in the eyes. And Senator Ed Markey on his renewed plan to fix a broken Supreme Court by adding four new justices.


Trump wants to bring back Jeffrey Clark, Michael Flynn for 2nd term, Rolling Stone reports

Guests: Matthew Bartlett, Jennifer Horn, Noah Shachtman, Paul Krugman, Michael Weiss How the Republican Party and its media allies are turning an unpopular loser into an inevitable winner. Then, how Donald Trump is getting the band back together to finish the insurrection. Plus, Paul Krugman on the Republican plan to harm Americans to hurt Joe Biden. And at a crucial turning point for the war in Ukraine.


Hayes on the Trump town hall: A seditious candidate can't be debated, only defeated

Guests: Rep. Adam Schiff, Michelle Goldberg, Stuart Stevens, Tara Setmayer, Alida Garcia The Trump push to finish the insurrection is broadcast live on national television. Tonight, blowback against the disgraced ex-president and the people who thought putting him on TV was a good idea. Plus, crickets from the Republican field who should want to defeat Donald Trump. And, Fox News fires up the outrage machine over a human crisis invented by Trump Republicans.


Maddow: Trump sexual abuse verdict ‘established a truth’

Guests: Rep. Ritchie Torrres, David Plouffe, Jennifer Palmieri, Rachel Maddow, Jamelle Bouie. Fraud charges for a MAGA republican, one day after Donald Trump is found liable for sexual abuse. Tonight: the slow wheels of justice turn a little quicker. Then, can you defeat a Republican frontrunner by excusing his sexual battery? Plus, Rachel Maddow on the biggest as yet uncharged crime of Donald Trump. And Jamelle Bouie on what, exactly, is going on with America’s toxic gun culture.