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Trump dealt massive financial blow with $450M verdict

Guests: Lisa Rubin, Charles Coleman, Andrea Bernstein, Mikhail Zygar, Rep. Mike Quigley Donald Trump loses big in court. A New York Judge says Trump's fraud "shock(s) the conscience.” The Republican frontrunner hit with crippling financial constraints. Tonight: How a lifetime of fraud finally caught up to Donald Trump. Then, the man leading the Russian resistance to Vladimir Putin dies in a Siberian prison.


‘Spectacular embarrassment’: GOP's ‘informant’ charged with lying about Hunter Biden

Guests: Ryan Reilly, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Katie Phang, Melissa Redmon, Michael Steele, Trymaine Lee The FBI informant Republicans hoped would take down Joe Biden is arrested. Tonight: Congressman Jamie Raskin on the spectacular collapse of a MAGA attack. Then, what today's Fani Willis hearing means for the prosecution of Donald Trump in Georgia. Plus, the indicted frontrunner's push to install his family at the RNC so he can siphon campaign cash to pay criminal attorneys.


Special preview of Into America presents: Uncounted Millions

On Into America presents: Uncounted Millions: The Power of Reparations, award-winning MSNBC correspondent Trymaine Lee dives into one of today’s most pressing debates: reparations. Months ago, Trymaine discovered the little-known story of Gabriel Coakley and it blew his mind. In the midst of the Civil War, Coakley was among a handful of Black people who found a way to get compensated for slavery by the US government. On Uncounted Millions, Trymaine talks to Coakley’s descendants about how reparations forever changed their family’s trajectory. And as more cities and states consider the issue at a policy level, he imagines how reparations might shape the whole of Black America. Listen to this special preview now. And follow the show:


'Losing streak': GOP refuses to learn lessons from ‘crushing’ election losses

Guests: Jason Kander, Harry Litman, Michelle Goldberg, Rep. Grace Meng A Super Bowl celebration ends in mass gun violence. Tonight: What we know about what happened in Kansas City. Then: Jack Smith asks the Supreme Court to hurry up. Tonight's filing from the special counsel to try and end Trump delay tactics. And as George Santos taunts the MAGA Congress that ejected him, new signs Republicans aren't learning lessons from their losing ways.


All eyes on high-stakes NY special election

Guests: Steve Kornacki, Sahil Kapur, Jennifer Palmieri, Leah Litman, Jamelle Bouie, Rep. Dan Goldman Republicans take another run at impeachment as New York votes to replace a disgraced MAGA member. Tonight: what we know about the fate of impeachment and the MAGA House. Then, how Jack Smith is responding to Trump's latest attempt to delay his trial. And how Vladimir Putin's greatest investment keeps paying dividends as Republicans vow to block Ukraine aid on the orders of Donald Trump.


Santos sequel? Republican candidate in NY-3 special election raises eyebrows

Guests: Mark Joseph Stern, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Marisa Kabas, Tommy Vietor Donald Trump's favorite judge does it again. Tonight: the dark implications from latest slow walking in the stolen documents case. Then, is the district that was duped by the George Santos about to make a similar mistake? And why Fox News is sprinting away from their own anti-migrant fearmongering.


Into America presents: Uncounted Millions

This Black History Month, award-winning MSNBC correspondent Trymaine Lee explores the story of Black America’s unending fight to be made whole in a special series, “Into America presents: Uncounted Millions: The Power of Reparations.” On a journey that begins in the nation’s capital during the heat of the Civil War and ends in modern day Brooklyn, he follows the little-known story of one of the only Black people to receive reparations, and the mark it left on that family for generations to come. The series asks: if more Black families had been given reparations decades ago, how might Black America look different today? The series debuts Thursday, February 15th. Follow now:


‘Laughable’: AOC blasts GOP’s ‘craven’ bid to impeach DHS Secretary

Guests: Dahlia Lithwick, Mary McCord, Sen. Chris Murphy, Alex Wagner, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Tonight: The race to get Donald Trump inside Judge Chutkan's courtroom. Then, Alex Wagner on her exclusive interview with Hillary Clinton. Plus, Sen. Chris Murphy on the Republican sabotage of their own border bill. And Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez on the chaos in the House—and what Democrats need to get done.


Trump denied immunity from Jan. 6 prosecution

Guests: Rachel Maddow, Lawrence O’Donnell, Lisa Rubin, Joyce Vance, Katie Phang, Harry Litman, Rep. Adam Schiff, David Plouffe The appeals court makes its ruling: "Citizen Trump" should stand trial for January 6th. Tonight: Special coverage with Rachel Maddow and Lawrence O'Donnell on what today's decision means—and what happens next. Legal analysis with Lisa Rubin, Katie Phang, Harry Litman and Joyce Vance. And David Plouffe on a frontrunner running to stay out of jail. Plus, Congressman Adam Schiff on the trial of Donald Trump and the spectacular failure of House Republicans.


Trump’s Jan. 6 trial delayed pending immunity appeal

Guests: Keir Simmons, John Brennan, Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Rep. Jason Crow, Harry Litman, Matt Bradley, Hooman Majd, Erin Banco, Robin Wright Chris Hayes has the latest after the U.S. launches strikes on targets in Iran and Syria.


MAGA-run state GOPs face civil wars, bribery scandals, money trouble

Guests: Sarah Longwell, Jess McIntosh, Rep. Colin Allred, Tommy Vietor Donald Trump takes the money and runs. Tonight: how Trump has effectively destroyed his own political party, up and down the ticket. Then, the latest on a possible U.S. military response as the Republican frontrunner avoids the issue. And the podcaster from Texas under pressure, one of the Democrats seeking to topple Ted Cruz joins live.


'Booming' Biden economy forces GOP to shift focus to new 'shiny object'

Guests: Stephanie Ruhle, Sen. Chris Van Hollen, A. Scott Bolden, Danya Perry, Sen. Amy Klobuchar The surest sign yet that the economy is rolling: Donald Trump wants credit! Tonight: changing vibes and changing attacks from Republicans who can't run against the economy. Then, the case that an "ineligible insurrectionist" can't appear on a presidential ballot goes to the Supreme Court. Plus, what we're learning about who attacked an American base in Jordan. And Sen. Amy Klobuchar on today's hearing on internet safety for children.


The GOP plan to keep the border broken to elect Trump

Guests: Hooman Majd, Spencer Ackerman, Rep. Jasmine Crockett, Lisa Rubin, Temidayo Aganga-Williams, Michael Isikoff The President says an American response is coming. Tonight: what we know about the Biden decision in the wake of the deadly drone strike in Jordan and this dangerous moment on the global stage. Then, how the courts can make Trump pay. Plus, everything you need to know about the bad faith border mess. And Michael Isikoff with exclusive new reporting on the secret recording of Trump's attempt to steal Georgia.


E. Jean Carroll attorney: Trump verdict proves 'your lies' catch up to you

Guests: Lisa Rubin, Rep. Barbara Lee, Rep. Jasmine Crockett, Noga Tarnopolsky Donald Trump is ordered to pay his sexual assault victim $83 million for defamation. Tonight: the massive punishment to force Trump to stop. Then, the politics of a party about to nominate this man as Republicans keep trying to end reproductive rights.


‘3-minute man’: Trump briefly takes the stand in E. Jean Carroll trial

Guests: Harry Litman, Shan Wu, Katie Phang, Rep. Katie Porter, Hunter Walker, Luppe Luppen The Republican frontrunner takes the stand as we await an immunity decision. Tonight: are the slow wheels of justice endangering democracy? Then, is Donald Trump derailing the border deal to get himself elected? And a check in on the state of the Democratic Party amid fresh new evidence of the Biden Boom.


Lindsey Graham ‘threw Trump under the bus’ in Georgia testimony, new book says

Guests: Jennifer Palmieri, Sarah Longwell, Adam Serwer, Jessica Valenti, Brian Beutler An angry screed in victory from a frontrunner self-identifying as a "bad apple.” Tonight: the case for more media coverage of Donald Trump. Then, the criminal justice case for Nikki Haley's enduring campaign. Plus, as labor unites behind Joe Biden, why aren't we hearing what a second Trump term would mean for you?


What the DeSantis campaign cost: 87,000 lives, $150 million and Ron's dignity

Guests: Katie Phang, Mary McCord, David Jolly, Jared Bernstein, Ben Rhodes The courthouse campaign continues. Tonight: Are Republicans underpricing the risk of a convicted candidate? Then, what happened to the DeSantis campaign? New signs that the Florida governor's run is over. And why just about every indicator of the Biden economy has pointed up, except one—until today.


Trump compares himself to a ‘rogue cop’ in rant demanding criminal immunity

Guests: Andrew Weissmann, Elie Mystal, Lisa Rubin, Marc Elias, Jennifer Horn Donald Trump admits he crossed a line, but demands immunity like a cop who gets away with breaking the law. Tonight: the dark implications of Trump's new manifesto. Then, the latest attack on E. Jean Carroll inside the Trump defamation trial. Plus, new polling and new expectation-setting for the next vote in New Hampshire as global elites warm to the indicted ex-president.


Trump dares judge to kick him out of court: ‘I would love it’

Guests: Nancy Gertner, Harry Litman, Michelle Goldberg, Rep. Dan Goldman, Sen. Bernie Sanders The Trump Con meets a brick wall in court. Tonight: the genuine threat of accountability for the GOP frontrunner. Then, why the indicted ex-president's Republican support is more complex than his foot soldiers would have you think. Plus, Congressman Dan Goldman on his new effort to censure Elise Stefanik. And Senator Bernie Sanders on what's happening in Gaza.


Trump left Iowa with ‘profound weaknesses’—and they aren’t going away

Guests: McKay Coppins, Lisa Rubin, Cornell Belcher, David Plouffe, Jen Palmieri Tonight: the case for optimism after the Iowa caucus. Then, the Republican frontrunner already liable for sexual abuse returns to court for jury selection. Plus, Nikki Haley's latest move to squeeze out Ron DeSantis, what it all means for the Biden campaign come November, and a serious point about conducting elections with Ziploc bags and popcorn buckets.