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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