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Morning Joe kicked off with the panel recapping the last night of the Democratic National Convention, during which the father of a Muslim soldier who lost his life fighting for the United States addressed the crowd and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump directly. "When Mr. Khan looked into the camera and said to that convention crowd and to the United States of America about Donald Trump: 'You have sacrificed nothing and no one,' I began to cry," said veteran columnist Mike Barnicle. "I don't know if there's anything you can do if you're Donald Trump. You can't tweet this one away." Hear the rest of the conversation with Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough here. Only on MSNBC live from Philadelphia.
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"You have sacrificed nothing and no one."

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Discussion on the set of Morning Joe turned to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's position on human rights and women’s rights and how relations with China might be impacted if she is elected president. During a conversation with NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell, veteran columnist Mike Barnicle says he's heard reports from a former senior Obama official that “the Chinese are very, very hesitant about supporting Hillary Clinton in any form or fashion. They’re “leaning toward (Republican presidential nominee Donald) Trump because they’re afraid of Hillary Clinton’s position on human rights.” Listen in to the discussion here on MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle and Andrea Mitchell on China's support of Hillary Clinton

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Vice President Joe Biden joins Mike Barnicle and the panel of experts on MSNBC’s Morning Joe live in Philadelphia to discuss the 2016 race for the White House. Barnicle asks the Vice President, who he describes as "someone who has overcome trauma, tragedy and come back with great resilience: What do you think about the message we hear from the Republicans - "Let's make America great again, as if it needs to be made great?" Hear Biden’s response here, only on Morning Joe.
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Mike Barnicle and VP Joe Biden on the 2016 race for the White House

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Veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and the Morning Joe panel are live from Philadelphia speaking with special guests Vice President Joe Biden and Joel K. Goldstein, an authority on the Vice Presidency, regarding the relationship between the President and the Vice President. Barnicle asks of Biden: “When you’ve had disagreements with the President… do they become personal?” Listen in on the conversation here. On MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle talks with Vice President Joe Biden about the role of the VP

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Live in Philadelphia discussing former President Bill Clinton’s speech at the Democratic National Convention on Day 2 about his wife, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Morning Joe’s Mike Barnicle says he gave “you more more insight into his wife” and “more personal anecdotes about his wife than you got all last week at the Republican National Convention.” Listen in on the conversation and the comparisons between what is being seen here at the DNC compared to last week’s Republican National Convention. On MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle on Bill Clinton's speech at the DNC

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On Morning Joe, the conversation turned toward Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s possible political alliance with Russia following what appears to be a push at the Republican National Convention to be more ‘pro-Russia.’ “I want to see his tax returns to see if he ever made any money there,” says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle addressing previous statements by Trump that he had made money in Russia. “We should see his tax returns; he owes it to us." Listen in to the rest of the discussion here on MSNBC about what appears to be an apparent link between Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
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Mike Barnicle on Donald Trump’s possible political alliance with Russia

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In stark contrast to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last week, First Lady Michelle Obama addressed the audience at the Democratic National Convention with a call to action and a statement that the best days of the United States are ahead of us. Morning Joe panelist and veteran columnist Mike Barnicle said of the speech: “I have never seen a speech given the presentation from a non-politician. The speech was about our children, the speech was about us more than about politics.” Hear the rest of the conversation here about FLOTUS Michelle Obama’s moving speech here. On MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle on FLOTUS Michelle Obama’s moving speech at the DNC

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On Day 2 of the Democratic National Convention, talk on the Morning Joe set in Philadelphia turned to former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz's speech and the ensuing disruptions from supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders outraged over her recent email scandal. Says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle about Schultz's decision to address the convention: This is an example of when “someone’s ego stands in front of common sense. Her ego was so involved in who she is that she didn’t recognize the reality of it.” Listen in on how the Morning Joe panel viewed her taking the floor today. On MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle on Sanders supporters heckling the former DNC chair

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On Morning Joe live from Philadelphia, veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and the show’s panel discuss the highs and the lows of yesterday’s Day 1 of the Democratic National Convention. “Last night will be remembered forever because of the First Lady of the United States of America,” says Mike Barnicle of Michelle Obama’s inspiring speech on opening day of the DNC. Hear the rest of the conversation here.
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Mike Barnicle on the highs and lows of Day 1 of the DNC

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Live from the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, the Morning Joe panel speaks with Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney about the city’s relationship between its police and the public. Veteran columnist Mike Barnicle says: “The biggest disruption between citizens and police is the tidal wave of guns that arrive in cities.” Kenney talks about his city’s challenges when it comes to gun violence. “We have carnage here.” Hear the rest of the conversation on MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle talks with Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney about police relations

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On Morning Joe, the conversation turned toward Russia’s potential role in aiding the campaign of Republican Donald Trump and hurting that of Democrat Hillary Clinton by hacking into the DNC’s emails, leading to the ouster of chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz. “People in the State Department are fearful everyday of the Russians; they hacked into the White House,” says Barnicle in regard to Russian president Vladamir Putin’s possible intrusion in the U.S. political election. Follow the MSNBC discussion here.
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Mike Barnicle on Vladamir Putin's possible intrusion in the U.S. political election

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As the talk centered on the DNC convention this week in Philadelphia, veteran columnist and MSNBC contributor Mike Barnicle and the Morning Joe panel of experts discuss what it will take for the Democrats to win the general election this fall and how the party can move beyond the most recent email scandal that led to the resignation of DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz. “Ego plays a role in this, obviously her own ego...the job is to elect Hillary Clinton,” says Barnicle. Follow the conversation here.
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Mike Barnicle: "The job is to elect Hillary Clinton."

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With the first day of the Democratic National Convention officially underway, MSNBC contributor and veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and the show’s panel of experts discuss the recent email scandal involving DNC head Debbie Wasserman Schultz and what her place may be at this week’s convention as the Democrats attempt to put on a unified front and support candidate Hillary Clinton. “What’s wrong with the person who did not go in that room and say ‘Debbie, you’re gone!” asks Barnicle. Hear the rest of the conversation here.
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Mike Barnicle on the recent email scandal involving DNC head Debbie Wasserman Schultz

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Live from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, the Morning Joe panel analyzes Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's speech. "The question is: Are we, as a country, as people, going to be able to live through this campaign -- 90 days of back and forth without some sense of hope about what this country is?" asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle. "I get Trump's speech last night. I fully get it. But ... he wasn't talking about the country that I live in. I don't know a lot of people who wake up every day so afraid -- so afraid of everything. 'Oh, should we go outdoors today because there is crime all around and we are weaklings in the world?' We are not weaklings in the world. We just are not," said Barnicle to rousing applause from the live audience. Follow the rest of the conversation here.
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"We are not weaklings in the world. We just are not."

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Live from Cleveland, the Morning Joe panel continues the discussion about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's "dark" acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention that attempted to tap into the emotions of fearful or anxious citizens. Says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle: "My instinct is that ... crime, people getting killed -- it's been going on for decades right in front of us. But we have never had Twitter...Instagram. We have never had things popping up in a second (on social media). And we have never had a country where the majority of people walking around are staring at their phones instead of looking at the country around them." Hear the rest of the conversation and with whom Trump's messages most resonated -- and why. Only on MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle on Donald Trump's "dark" acceptance speech at the RNC

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On Morning Joe live from Cleveland, Joe Scarborough, Mike Barnicle and the panel talk about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's dark, fear-focused acceptance speech last night at the Republican National Convention. "He played to type last night," said Barnicle. "There are no surprises in what he said, nor where there any surprises really in how he said it. That's how he has won thus far, and clearly, that's his plan to win in the fall. The fear thing, I think, is tough to read. There's a lot of anxiety in the country. People feel they have lost a lot. They have lost 401(k)s here in Cleveland. They were decimated in 2008 and 2009. The foreclosure crisis, no doubt about that. You want to feel a little hope for your children. That's where the fear thing comes into play." Listen in for more of the conversation here.
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Mike Barnicle on Donald Trump's dark, fear-focused acceptance speech at the RNC

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On Morning Joe, veteran columnist and contributor Mike Barnicle and the Morning Joe panel talk about the response from political leaders to Senator Ted Cruz’s speech at the Republican National Convention. Without endorsing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, Cruz delivers a speech in which he “stepped all over the Mike Pence story” and even drew boos from the crowd. Follow the conversation here on Trump and his vice presidential running mate Indiana Gov. Pence.
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Mike Barnicle on Ted Cruz not endorsing Donald Trump

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Veteran columnist and MSNBC contributor Mike Barnicle and the Morning Joe panel discuss last night's speech by Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Night Three of the Republican National Convention saying that Cruz “was oozing smugness.” During his speech, Cruz goes so far as to draw boos from the crowd present at the convention. Listen in on the conversation here.
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Mike Barnicle on Ted Cruz "oozing smugness" during his RNC speech

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump sets off alarm bells in the political world with recent NATO comments that America would only intervene if those allied countries had “fulfilled their obligations to us.” His foreign policy approach counters the mutual defense stated in NATO, which was invoked after 9-11. Veteran columnist and Morning Joe panelist Mike Barnicle weighs in on the recent remark by opining that “Trump is focusing on the political level” as compared to the strategic level, which resonates with voters. Hear more of the conversation here.
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Mike Barnicle on Donald Trump's comments regarding NATO

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With a recent poll in Michigan showing Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leading her Republican challenger Donald Trump by 42% to 39%, Morning Joe’s veteran columnist and contributor Mike Barnicle describes this presidential race as the “unpopularity contest” in which America is waiting “to see which of these two hugely unpopular candidates emerges with the presidency.” Follow along with the conversation here.
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Mike Barnicle describes this presidential race as the “unpopularity contest”