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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"