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On a live, primary day broadcast of Morning Joe from Manchester, New Hampshire, Mike Barnicle sums up New Hampshire voters and the state of the Republican presidential race. “This is a very sophisticated electorate, and always has been. And there’s one common theme involved in Governor Jeb Bush, Governor John Kasich and Donald Trump’s campaigns and appearances: They all now appear to be having a good time,” says Mike of the race for the White House. Watch the conversation on MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle sums up New Hampshire voters and the state of the Republican presidential race

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Discussing Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign struggles in New Hampshire on MSNBC's Morning Joe, Mike Barnicle commented: “The level of frustration among [the Clintons] is extraordinarily high.… There probably will be some change in direction and, distinctly, in the way they are marketing her." Hear the Morning Joe panel discuss Hillary Clinton’s fight against fellow candidate Senator Bernie Sanders here during a live, primary day broadcast from Manchester, New Hampshire.
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Mike Barnicle on Hillary Clinton’s campaign struggles in New Hampshire

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“How do you navigate through your party that seems to be filled with several other candidates who are consumed with anger and obsessed with President Barack Obama, who is not on the ballot?,” asks MSNBC's Mike Barnicle of Republican presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich, who joined Morning Joe, broadcasting live from Manchester, New Hampshire. Listen to the conversation and Governor Kasich’s answer on his campaigning approach here.
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Mike Barnicle talks with Republican presidential candidate John Kasich

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“It finally dawned on me, looking at a huge number of people who came out in the storm…. Donald Trump, to a lot of people, is a lottery ticket. They’re buying a lottery ticket,” says Mike Barnicle of the turn out for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s last, massive rally in New Hampshire. Live from Manchester, New Hampshire on primary day, listen to Mike’s comments kick off the Morning Joe conversation on the rest of the Republican field, including Jeb Bush’s recent gains in the polls.
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"Donald Trump, to a lot of people, is a lottery ticket."

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Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joins MSNBC Morning Joe live from Manchester, New Hampshire, and talks with Mike Barnicle about his readiness for the Oval Office. “There’s a striking contrast between United States senators running for president and governors running for president. Governors have public exposure on a daily basis that senators just never have,” says Mike in agreement with Christie on the differences among candidates. Watch the conversation between Mike, Governor Christie and the rest of the Morning Joe panel on Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) here, and read Mike's most recent column on the issue.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/02/07/christie-on-rubio-everyone-has-a-plan-until-they-get-hit-in-the-face.html
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Chris Christie talks with Mike Barnicle about his readiness for the Oval Office

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On MSNBC Morning Joe, live from Manchester, New Hampshire, Mike Barnicle discusses the impact of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s successful attack on Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) during the latest Republican presidential debate. “I have never seen an event where one incident froze the race and defined one of the candidates,” says Mike of the moment Gov. Christie challenged Sen. Rubio on his use of canned responses. Listen to Mike’s comments here and watch the conversation on the shifting Republican race in New Hampshire.
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Mike Barnicle on Gov. Christie challenging Sen. Rubio about his canned responses

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During the Morning Joe comparison of last night’s Iowa caucuses and the upcoming New Hampshire primaries, Mike Barnicle says: “Caucuses are so different than an election. The coverage last night of the caucuses was extraordinary… young people back and forth in a gym.” Listen to the rest of the conversation on whether Republican presidential candidates with gubernatorial experience, such as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, might fare any better in New Hampshire. On MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle says: "Caucuses are so different than an election."

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On the heels of a virtual tie in Iowa between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Mike Barnicle and the Morning Joe crew discuss Senator Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) influence on the Democratic race for the White House and Clinton’s persistent flaws as a candidate. “Hillary Clinton is a very strong candidate, there’s no doubt about that, but she does have a couple of weaknesses that she seems unable to deal with: the lack of attraction to younger voters and the fact that Bernie Sanders has captured a message for the disaffected Democrats. And that’s not going to go away,” says Mike of Clinton’s campaign struggles. Watch the discussion here on Hillary Clinton and the “what ifs” surrounding Senator Warren’s decision not to run in 2016. On MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle on Elizabeth Warren’s influence on the race for the White House

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“He did something last night that I bet surprised a lot of people—he made the turn successfully,” says Morning Joe’s Mike Barnicle of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and the way he handled a second-place finish in last night’s Iowa caucus. Watch the Morning Joe discussion on MSNBC about the high turnout of Iowa caucus-goers and the Republican presidential race between Donald Trump and last night’s winner, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).
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Mike Barnicle on Donald Trump and the way he handled a second-place finish

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On MSNBC’s Morning Joe, former 2016 presidential candidate Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) talks with Mike Barnicle about last night’s Republican winner in Iowa, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). “If Ted Cruz were to win the nomination, what would be your estimate of his chances in the fall against any Democrat?,” asks Mike. Listen to Senator Graham’s unenthusiastic response here and what he has to say of his preferred candidate, former Governor Jeb Bush, who finished sixth in the Iowa caucus.
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Lindsey Graham talks with Mike Barnicle about Ted Cruz winning in Iowa

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Live from Des Moines, Iowa, on a special broadcast of MSNBC's Morning Joe, the panel discusses the influencing factors in the close race between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. “The $20 million from over 700,000 individuals is stunning!,” says Mike of Senator Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) campaign fundraising momentum in January alone. Watch the discussion here and listen to Mike’s comments on serious pending developments surrounding former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email controversy.
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Mike Barnicle on Bernie Sanders’ campaign fundraising momentum in January alone

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Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump phones into a live broadcast of MSNBC’s Morning Joe from Des Moines, Iowa, and talks with Mike Barnicle about the “surprising” thing he has learned about himself and the people of the United States during his run for the White House. Hear what he has to say here.
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Donald Trump talks about the “surprising” thing he has learned about himself

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Live from Des Moines, Iowa, Mike Barnicle and Morning Joe panel discuss likely scenarios ahead of tonight’s caucuses. “What happens if Ted Cruz’s people in the caucus can wean away Ben Carson supporters?,” asks Mike of the GOP presidential race in Iowa, which the latest poll has Donald Trump leading Senator Ted Cruz by five points. Watch the conversation here and listen to the various roads to possible victory for Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). Only on MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle and Morning Joe panel discuss likely scenarios ahead of tonight’s caucuses

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Ahead of another Morning Joe broadcast from Java Joes CoffeeHouse in Des Moines, Iowa on Monday, Mike Barnicle, Mika Brzezinski, Willie Geist, and Joe Scarborough recall the special moment when legendary journalist Tim Russert showed up unannounced in 2008. “He always brought fun and insight to everything he ever did—and he did that day,” says Mike of the late Russert, then host of NBC’s Meet the Press. Watch the highlight here. Only on MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle on the late legendary journalist Tim Russert

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“It’s all beyond me. I can’t figure anything out anymore when it comes to (Republican presidential candidate) Donald Trump, but Fox News should have never issued that statement that they issued,” says Mike Barnicle of the latest blows in the ongoing feud between Trump and Fox News’ Megyn Kelly. Listen to Mike’s comments here and watch the Morning Joe discussion on Trump’s refusal to participate in tonight’s Republican debate to be aired on Fox.
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Mike Barnicle on the ongoing feud between Donald Trump and Fox News’ Megyn Kelly

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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' campaign manager Jeff Weaver talks with Morning Joe’s Mike Barnicle about a recent Washington Post editorial critical of Sanders and the possibility of more debates with fellow candidate Hillary Clinton. “Given the tone of the editorial, why the hesitation of jumping into another debate next week before the New Hampshire primary?,” asks Mike of Senator Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) decision to sit out an upcoming, unsanctioned debate sponsored by MSNBC and The New Hampshire Union Leader. Listen in on the conversation here.
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Bernie Sanders' campaign manager Jeff Weaver talks with Mike Barnicle

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“Body cameras do a couple of things: They helpfully point out any wrongdoing by police officers and, on the other side, they point out that 99 percent of police officers perform their jobs admirably and legally,” says Morning Joe’s Mike Barnicle in support of Ferguson Police Department’s agreement to body cameras and new firearm guidelines as part of a sweeping deal with the Justice Department resulting from investigations into the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in 2014. Watch discussion of the report here on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.
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Mike Barnicle on Ferguson Police Department’s agreement to use body cameras

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Joining MSNBC’s Morning Joe is Vice News’ Ben Anderson, who talks with Mike Barnicle and panel about his experience traveling to the front lines of ISIS in Iraq, as well as investigating Russia's role in the fight. “The West has tried to come up with propaganda devices to prevent young people from most of Europe from being attracted to ISIS and we’ve been incredibly lame in our attempts to do this. Do you think there is anything we can do to come up with some propaganda devices to slow this down?,” asks Mike. Listen to Anderson’s response on the battle for hearts and minds between ISIS and the West and watch the full conversation on HBO Vice’s upcoming report on the fight against ISIS here.
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Vice News’ Ben Anderson talks with Mike Barnicle

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On Morning Joe, Mike Barnicle shares his thoughts on comparisons between then Republican presidential candidate Ronald Reagan's defining "I am paying for this microphone" moment in New Hampshire in 1980 and Donald Trump's refusal to participate in Fox News' next Republican debate. "Reagan, off that one moment, became the dominant figure in those primaries and certainly Donald Trump is the dominant figure in these primaries. And you'd have to think that what happened yesterday with the whole debate flap played strongly into his hands," explains Mike. Watch the Reagan moment and listen to the discussion here. On MSNBC.
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Mike Barnicle shares his thoughts comparing Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump

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“Can either of you think of any other position in the United States—private or public—where you… are going to have your hands on the tools of power and only work three days a week?,” asks Mike Barnicle of former Senators Trent Lott (R-MS) and Tom Daschle (D-SD) about the diminished sense of public service in the U.S. Congress. Watch Lott and Daschle discuss their new book, “Crisis Point: Why We Must—and How We Can—Overcome Our Broken Politics in Washington and Across America” on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. And watch their previous conversation with Mike at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate at http://bit.ly/1PTwO4C.
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Mike Barnicle talks with former Senators Trent Lott and Tom Daschle