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Listen in as Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough, veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and historian Jon Meacham discuss the tremendous impact to thousands of federal employees being ordered back to work without pay as the partial government shutdown continues. “This is a president of the United States, who clearly lacks an empathy gene. He does not understand that real human beings, whole families—there’s more than 800,000 people who are being hurt here,” says Barnicle. Hear more of the conversation here.

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The shutdown continues

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Listen in on the Morning Joe conversation with MSNBC legal analyst Danny Cevallos about the impact of the court filing revealing that Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, shared 2016 polling data with a Russian associate. “All of this stuff feeds back to the one word over, and over and over: Russia. What is the legal difference between collusion and conspiracy here?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle. Hear Cevallos’ answer and more on the situation. Only on MSNBC.

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Conspiracy or collusion?

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While the Morning Joe panel reviews President Donald Trump’s Oval Office address last night, veteran columnist Mike Barnicle puts it into context: “It raises the question—an important one...What happens when there is a real crisis? When there is a real emergency? Does he take to the air waves? Do we give him the air waves? Do we believe him? That's a real question that’s going to have to be answered. The president continually...gets right up to the edge of 'this as a national emergency'. Well, there is a national emergency I would submit, and we saw it last night: It’s him.” Listen to more of the conversation here.

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The nation’s emergency

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Today on Morning Joe, veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and Nelson Cunningham, former White House Special Advisor to President Clinton and General Counsel of the Senate Judiciary Committee under then-chairman Joseph R. Biden, discuss U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts’ recent decisions to intervene in specific cases—the latest tied to the Mueller probe—especially in light of Roberts' well-known concern for the court’s reputation as an impartial institution, which took a hit during Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s hyper-partisan confirmation hearings last fall. Hear the conversation here.

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Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts

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Listen in on the conversation between Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle and author and history professor Walter Isaacson about the American public’s "exhaustion factor” relating to President Donald J. Trump’s talk about building a wall along the Mexican border and "the fact that nothing gets done in Washington?”

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Barnicle & Isaacson on the exhaustion about Washington