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Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters discuss a front page story about the paper’s investigation that revealed the El Paso shooter’s hate-filled manifesto echoed the incendiary words of President Donald Trump as well as of conservative media stars. “There is also a very short timeline in many instances between the number of times that these words have been used on Fox...and sometimes a very short timeline between that language, that type of language, and tweets from the President of the United States directly reflecting the language,” says Barnicle. Hear more of the conversation and read the New York Times’ article.

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Fox and Trump: Incendiary words

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation between Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle about the death of Jeffrey Epstein—the financier charged with sex trafficking of minors and conspiracy—in an apparent suicide at a federal jail in Manhattan, which has brought forth much speculation and conspiracy theories. “We need answers as soon as today, and unfortunately, DOJ has been very, very slow getting off the mark here in providing the American public with answers. This is both outrageous, unbelievable, and it tempts people to thinking that the worst has happened—that government is never on the level; and this is just going to be a full-blown conspiracy cloud that needs to be put to rest immediately,” says Barnicle. Join the discussion here.

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The death of Jeffrey Epstein

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation with Joe Scarborough, Clint Watts and Mike Barnicle as they discuss the mass shootings in Texas and Ohio that have left at least 29 people dead and the “violent rhetoric” in America under President Donald Trump. Says Barnicle about President Trump: “His language of license lingers in the air like the smell of cordite around mass shootings. That's a fact. Unfortunately, we will today and we’ve already heard yesterday, one public person after another saying: 'This is not who we are' in speaking of the shootings. The sad fact is: This is who we are. This is actually who we are and who we have become….We have these one-man armies of white nationalists. We live in a nation awash with guns—more than 290 million weapons, but that's just part of it…There is something deeply, deeply wrong in this country.” Join the conversation here.

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Barnicle: "This is who we are"

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Morning Joe’s Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle discuss a new poll from Quinnipiac University that asks: “Do you think President Trump is Racist.” Comments Barnicle: “The President of the United States is now in a position where he scares people….Fifty one percent of those people polled think the President of the United States is a racist as opposed to 45 percent who say ‘no, he's not a racist.’ That is an astounding number, and ...he's going to have real difficulty because you can’t scare people. He has scared people.”

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Is POTUS a racist?

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation between Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle as they discuss and review night one of the second Democratic debate, where liberals and moderates clashed over healthcare and immigration. “The biggest winner last night was substance—because they actually discussed health care legislation in some detail,” said Barnicle, who assessed the debate on CNN was impressive, educational and filled with substance. What do you think?

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Second debate, first night

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Listen in as the Morning Joe panel discusses whether President Donald Trump has enough support to win reelection, after the release of a poll that indicates 54 percent of people say they definitely won’t re-elect him. “Donald Trump in 2016 campaigned as he did—he never expected to win. So, he was outrageous from the beginning, and now he's in the position of trying to mimic what he did in 2016….Except I've got to tell you, I don't know about the polls; but, there's only so many aggrieved white guys out there in a pool that you're swimming in that you could attract. That’s his problem,” adds veteran columnist Mike Barnicle. Join the conversation here.

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The odds of Trump in 2020

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation with Joe Scarborough, Willie Geist and Mike Barnicle as they recap and discuss the 2019 MLB All-Star Game, which featured players being mic’d up while playing so they could interact with broadcasters Joe Buck and John Smoltz during the game broadcast on Fox. “That was one of the most enjoyable games to watch that I can recall in years. The interplay between Joe Buck, John Smoltz and not only Freddie Freeman who is very funny, asking for the signs...but, the three Houston players in the field at the same time, all wired up, talking about how exhausted they were from running from first to third. It was just spectacularly fun to watch,” says Barnicle about the 2019 MLB All-Star Game. Join the conversation here.

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A fun night for baseball

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“Donald Trump across 40 years in business, in his personal life, through his marriages and into his presidency, has thrived and prospered on one component above all: Division. He divides people, he divides lawyers, he divides building bidders on properties, and he's dividing the country,” says Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during a discussion with Joe Scarborough and Claire McCaskill about President Donald Trump having doubled down on his controversial stance and statements on the Central Park Five, a group of black and Latino teenagers who had been wrongly convicted of an assault on a white female jogger in Central Park in 1989. Listen in on more of the conversation. Only on MSNBC.

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POTUS: Dividing the country

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"Can you tell me the last time the President of the United States stood up and spoke exclusively and extensively about the single source, the potential source, of his strength–the American economy?” asks Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle as the discussion turns to President Donald Trump’s failure to solely tout the country’s “booming economy” as he pushes for his 2020 reelection. More of the discussion here with Barnicle and Joe Scarborough.

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The USA’s winning economy

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Listen in on the Morning Joe conversation about President Donald Trump’s “unpopular” poll numbers looking forward to the 2020 presidential race. “The underlying numbers on women, who are clearly most eligible, most likely to vote, are devastating against Donald Trump in terms of not voting for Donald Trump – no matter what,” says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle about women voters during the discussion with Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski and Nicholas Confessore.

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POTUS: “Unpopular” poll numbers

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“What does he care about? He cares about himself. That’s all he cares about…The President is obsessed with himself—not the country, not any formulation of plans to improve the country, not his goals for his administration’s first term and certainly not what would be a second term set of goals,” says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during a Morning Joe conversation with Joe Scarborough, Willie Geist, Elise Jordan and Eugene Robinson about a New York Times report from inside the White House that indicates President Donald Trump was consistently distracted during a state-of-the-race meeting with his campaign manager and rarely speaks to his aides about what he would want to accomplish in a second term.

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POTUS: “Obsessed with himself"

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“Trumpism...It's not a philosophy. It’s not ideology. It's rooted in ignorance….What happens to the Republican Party when Trumpism either fades away, diminishes, he loses, whatever. What happens to those people who are in awe of it right now?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle of presidential historian Jon Meacham during a Morning Joe conversation about the future of the Republican Party in the wake of “Trumpism.” Listen to more of the conversation with Mike, Jon and Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough. Only on MSNBC.

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The Future of "Trumpism"

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As we await updates on the condition of former Boston Red Sox David Ortiz, who is reportedly in stable condition after surgery for a gunshot wound in this lower back while in the Dominican Republic, Morning Joe’s Mike Barnicle says: “David Ortiz is a genuinely good person. He is an iconic figure in Major League Baseball. He's a very popular player among other players in Major League Baseball. There's no sense of envy or jealousy toward him because of exuberant personality and because of the way he has handled himself.” Listen to more of the conversation here about Ortiz and the growing dangers in the Dominican Republic with Barnicle and Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough.

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David Ortiz shot in the Dominican Republic

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“These headstones behind us are literally—it's no stretch of history—the building blocks for the alliances that keep us safe today, that keep Europe safe today,” says Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle, referencing the graves of D-Day soldiers during this morning’s live show broadcast from Normandy American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer, France, to memorialize the 75th anniversary of D-Day. Listen to more of the discussion with Joe Scarborough, David Ignatius and Barnicle about the evolution of Germany since World War II. Only on MSNBC.

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Remembering the soldiers of D-Day

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation between Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle live from Normandy, France, to commemorate this 75th anniversary of D-Day. “We did this in conjunction, of course, with the British and the French. But largely us—the United States of America did this: What occurred here 75 years ago on this truly momentous day that brought the hope of freedom and liberation to the world—it was us,” says Barnicle. More of the moving coverage is here.

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U.S. = US

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation with Joe Scarborough, David Ignatius and Mike Barnicle as they reflect on surviving D-Day veterans and fallen D-Day soldiers while the show is live from Normandy as world leaders, D-Day veterans and others gather at the Normandy American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer, France to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day. “Each of the times I've been here to cover it or bringing my family here, I find it an overwhelming site because of the knowledge of what went on here, and it strikes you, or at least it strikes me, when you stop at individual head stones…David and I were here at dusk, and I stopped at one head stone, a young man from South Dakota; and I looked him up after we left here, try to find the family history, and he was just a little over the age of 18 when he was killed on June 6th, 1944. And you wonder what would bring a young man at 18 from South Dakota all the way here to Omaha Beach to die for your country, which is what they all did. They died for the person next to them in the Higgins boats as they landed, they died for the friends they made; but they died for our country,” says Barnicle about the fallen soldiers of D-Day. Join the conversation here.

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Barnicle on fallen D-Day soldiers

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Listen in on this Morning Joe debate about the merits of Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) decision not to participate in Fox News' town halls in her 2020 presidential bid. “This fits Elizabeth Warren, this is who she is,” says contributor Mike Barnicle. "Elizabeth Warren arguably is the only candidate—whose policies she articulates very well—who speaks to the needs of not only everybody else in the country, but the Fox audience specifically. Hear more of the conversation with Donny Deutsch, Nicholas Confessore, and Willie Geist here.

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Elizabeth Warren Turns Fox Down

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NBC News Correspondent Heidi Przybyla and Morning Joe’s Willie Geist and Mike Barnicle discuss former Rep. Trey Gowdy’s (R-SC) declaration that President Donald Trump should consider being indicted to avoid an impeachment investigation. “This would be so great. It would be a gift from heaven if he ever acceded to Trey Gowdy's request—just simply for the cross-examination. It would be the highest rated TV program ever: Donald Trump being cross examined by a skilled prosecutor,” says Barnicle about the hypothetical situation. Listen to more of the conversation here.

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POTUS: Indictment v. Impeachment

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Listen in as the Morning Joe panel discusses the inherent problems in President Donald Trump’s announcement that the U.S. will impose 5 percent tariffs on all Mexican goods, a tax that would “gradually increase” until Mexico steps up its immigration enforcement actions. “Part of it gets to the root of this presidency. He issued a statement—the White House issued a statement on the President's behalf...surrounding this trade policy. It's a lengthy statement, it's an incoherent statement and it begs the question, is there still a White House staff?” Asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle about the Trump Administration. Join the conversation here with Republican strategist Susan Del Percio and CNBC’s Brian Sullivan.

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New Tariffs on Mexico

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The Morning Joe panel of Mika Brzezinski, Willie Geist and Mike Barnicle discuss with Accenture executive and "Pivot to the Future” author Omar Abbosh the upcoming revolution of new 5G technology, which is “more than faster networks" as President Trump announced it’s a race “America must win.” Hear more about what the next five to 10 years might bring and who will be most impacted and benefited by the new technology.

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The 5G Revolution is Coming