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On MSNBC’s Morning Joe, veteran columnist Mike Barnicle speaks with MSNBC’s Political Correspondent Kasie Hunt and the New York Times’ Jeremy Peters about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign strategy choices, specifically “Trump’s exercise in self-funding,” and how that stands to impact the rest of his campaign moving forward. Hear the discussion here on MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle on "Trump's exercise in self-funding"

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On Morning Joe, veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and the panel discuss one of the biggest challenges of running for any office - most of all the Presidency. "Perhaps the most humbling aspect (for a candidate) is to get on the phone and ask somebody for money. That is not (Republican presidential candidate) Donald Trump." Hear the conversation about what the Morning Joe panelists would expect from Trump after he received a "no" from a potential donor to his campaign. Only on MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle on one of the biggest challenges of running for any office

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How “can [Donald Trump] find someone or listen to someone who will make him adhere to a daily message discipline that will stop getting him in constant trouble?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle on MSNBC's Morning Joe during the discussion of the current financial standing and funding options for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Barnicle also raises the important point that Trump has reached a pivot point in his campaign both on an operational level and on a personal level. Listen in on the continuing developments and ongoing discussion of election 2016.
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Mike Barnicle on Donald Trump's financial standing and funding options

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Mark Halperin, co-managing editor of Bloomberg Politics, joins Morning Joe and speaks with veteran columnist Mike Barnicle about rumors of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s willingness to sell his campaign for the right price. Halperin discusses the potential for a Trump exit strategy and the larger implications of this for him as a candidate and for his campaign as a whole stating that he “has to get away from these sidebar things.” To which, Barnicle asks: “When was the last time you heard him talk about the country?” Hear the rest of the conversation here on MSNBC’s Morning Joe segment.
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Mark Halperin joins Morning Joe and speaks with Mike Barnicle

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Does Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump understand that he might be overstepping his boundaries through his statements made to the press and on social media after the horrific shooting at an Orlando night club? asks Morning Joe's Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle as they discuss the apparent lack of editing seen in Trump’s presidential campaign. Listen to the MSNBC conversation and what the panelists have to say regarding Trump’s “word vomit.”
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Mike Barnicle on the apparent lack of editing seen in Trump’s presidential campaign

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Morning Joe's Mike Barnicle highlights the "over the top" rhetoric of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, saying his recent comments about President Barack Obama have been overshadowed in the constant 24/7 news cycle. "He comes perilously close to accuse a sitting president of the United States, Barack Obama, of treason." Hear more of what Donald Trump is saying and how voters are reacting. Only on MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle highlights the "over the top" rhetoric of Donald Trump

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On MSNBC's Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough and veteran columnist Mike Barnicle discuss the status of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's campaign and the ground he has been losing as of late. Says Barnicle: "I think Donald Trump has done himself great damage over the past couple of weeks….Looking like a madcap ...and by some of the rhetoric…especially the other morning when he he went after the President of the United States." Hear the rest of the conversation on Election 2016.
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Mike Barnicle discusses the latest status of Donald Trump's campaign

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On Morning Joe, co-host Mika Brzezinski highlights veteran columnist and fellow panelist Mike Barnicle's "must read" opinion piece for The Daily Beast. In his latest column, Barnicle tells the very personal story of his grandmother and uncle to bring attention to the sacrifices made every day by those serving in the U.S. military, and to remember those who have been loved and lost serving our country. Hear Brzezinski read an excerpt this morning on MSNBC.
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Mika Brzezinski highlights Mike Barnicle's "must read" piece for The Daily Beast

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On Morning Joe, the panel spoke with national political reporter Robert Costa of The Washington Post about his experience covering the campaign of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Asks veteran columnist and MSNBC contributor Mike Barnicle: “Does anybody have a stronghold on Donald Trump enough to say 'you're wrong,' 'don't say this.’? Does anybody have that kind of influence on him? Hear Costa’s opinion on who — if anyone — has Trump’s ear and can or does influence his decisions. Only on MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle talks with Robert Costa of The Washington Post

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MSNBC’s Mike Barnicle continues the conversation on the email debacle that plagues Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton with the Morning Joe panel and NBC News’ veteran chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell discussing the Inspector General’s report on the situation. Morning Joe’s Mike Barnicle weighs in: “One of the more damming components of the report is when he declares in the report that Secretary Clinton declined the opportunity in a request to be interviewed — when (Secretaries of State) Madeleine Albright, Colin Powell and John Kerry were interviewed.” Hear more here about the ramifications of Clinton’s actions - and inactions - here.
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Mike Barnicle weighs in on Hillary Clinton's email debacle

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Which presidential candidate has a temperament most suited for the job? Asks Mike Barnicle on Morning Joe: “Do you want Donald Trump in your living room every day for the next four years?” Listen to what the panelists have to say, as they reach back in history to discuss presidential temperament v. intellect. Only on MSNBC.
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“Do you want Donald Trump in your living room every day for the next four years?”

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TIME magazine’s Washington bureau chief Michael Scherer stops by Morning Joe to talk about Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders and his campaign, which is showing continued, significant anger and vitriol against rival presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Asks veteran columnist and MSNBC contributor Mike Barnicle: “Do you get the sense… that he is really hurting Hillary Clinton’s campaign and intends to hurt her home going forward, right up to the convention?” Says Scherer: “That’s the most interesting question here.” Listen to Scherer's answer and discussion of the race between Clinton and Sanders for the Democratic candidacy.
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TIME magazine’s Washington bureau chief Michael Scherer stops by Morning Joe

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Continuing the conversation about the presidential candidates, MSNBC's Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle about talk about the lack of seriousness coming from Republican candidate Donald Trump and his camp. Asks Scarborough: "How much longer is this going to go on before somebody over there gets serious about the fact that this man is running for president of the United States and not the next CEO of WWE? Barnicle says fault lies with the media: "We have to do a better job at this." Watch the ongoing discussion about the presidential candidates and the media's handling of the coverage. Only on Morning Joe.
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Mike Barnicle on the lack of seriousness coming from Donald Trump and his camp

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On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle discuss Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's "honest" and "trustworthy" issue related to her personal email debacle. Barnicle says regardless of voters' opinion on the gravity of the situation, it "adds to the weight of voter exhaustion when it comes to the Clintons and that's a huge burden for her to carry." Hear the rest of the conversation here on the integrity question that dogs both Clinton and her Republican rival, presidential candidate Donald Trump.
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Mike Barnicle discuss Hillary Clinton's "honest" and "trustworthy" issue

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On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle discuss a lead Sunday New York Times article about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's alleged unwanted advances toward women. Says Barnicle: It's boorish behavior. You wouldn't want it occurring to your daughter by a guy, but it's Donald Trump, and when it comes to Donald Trump, it comes with the dinner. People expect it, know it, (and) they're not surprised." Hear the rest of the conversation here on what impact the article might have on Trump's campaign for the presidency.
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Mike Barnicle on Donald Trump's alleged unwanted advances toward women

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What does Morning Joe's Mike Barnicle have in common with Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump? Find out here on Morning Joe's "What Have We Learned" segment.
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What does Mike Barnicle have in common with Donald Trump?

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Morning Joe's Mike Barnicle joined Detroit's News Talk WJR 760 to discuss news that a federal appeals court on Monday ruled in favor of the NFL in the "Deflategate" case, reinstating New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's original four-game suspension imposed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. "It's ridiculous," says Barnicle, a Boston native, adding that the entire case has been a tremendous waste of time and money. "It is embarrassing." Listen to find out what may happen next.
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Mike Barnicle joined Detroit's News Talk WJR 760 to talk about "Deflategate"

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On MSNBC’s Morning Joe, the New York Times' Anand Giridharadas talks with Mike Barnicle about the likelihood of the Bernie Sanders-related fervor enduring beyond the results of the presidential election. “As a political and media culture, we have missed the fact that we are in the middle of a paycheck-to-paycheck shareholder economy, which generates great anxiety and voter volatility. Why have we missed that?,” asks Barnicle. Watch the conversation on the possible future for Senator Sanders’ ardent supporters here and read Giridharadas’s observations at http://nyti.ms/1VK62mN.
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Anand Giridharadas talks with Mike Barnicle

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“What does your political antenna tell you about the possibility that Donald Trump arrives in Cleveland with 1100 delegate votes? What happens to him then?,” Morning Joe’s Mike Barnicle asks Haley Barbour, former Governor of Mississippi and former Chairman of the Republican National Committee. Watch the discussion between Barnicle and Gov. Barbour on Republican candidate Donald Trump’s chances of securing enough delegates at the Republican National Convention for the nomination. Only on MSNBC.
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Morning Joe’s Mike Barnicle talks with Haley Barbour

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Peter Wehner, Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, joins MSNBC’s Morning Joe and talks with Mike Barnicle about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s impact on his political party. “If Donald Trump were the nominee of your party for President of the United States, give me a description of the Republican party in January of next year,” asks Barnicle. Wehner begins his answer on the prospects of a Donald Trump nomination with one word—“catastrophe.” Watch the rest of the conversation.
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Peter Wehner talks with Mike Barnicle about Trump’s impact on his political party