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Watch this Morning Joe conversation with veteran columnist Mike Barnicle, “Begin Again” author and professor Eddie Glaude Jr. and professor Cornel West about confronting racism in America today and how we as individuals must understand, not try to erase, the deep contradictions at the heart of this country so we can move forward rather than stand in the way of substantive change.

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How to “Begin Again” the conversation about race in America

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Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle talks with Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) about the plight of American families whose home rental and job assistance benefits are scheduled to run out later this month while the Senate’s two-week recess after the July 4th holiday means they won’t be back in session until July 20. "What’s the plan to help millions American families?” asks Barnicle. Hear what Schumer has to say about his colleagues in the Senate and how he plans to work to secure meaningful financial assistance for Americans in need.

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What happens when benefits run out?

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"Why the hell is the President of the United States puckering up to (Russian President Vladimir) Putin when he ought to be sticking up for America?” asks U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY), member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, during a Morning Joe conversation with contributor Mike Barnicle about whether House Republicans believe the New York Times and Washington Post’s reports that reveal Russia has paid bounties to Taliban-linked fighters to kill U.S. troops and coalition forces in Afghanistan as President Donald J. Trump calls the reporting a hoax. Watch the conversation here.

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More on Russia v. the U.S.

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“Russia declared war on the United States of America nearly four years ago when they decided to attack our electoral system. They are still declaring war on America, except this time they are paying hundreds and thousands of dollars to the Taliban in Afghanistan – our enemy – to kill our Marines, our soldiers, our people, our young men. That's going on in front of us,” said Morning Joe veteran columnist and contributor Mike Barnicle during this discussion with Joe Scarborough about President Donald J. Trump’s refusal to confront and deal with bombshell reports of Russia paying bounties to Taliban-linked fighters to kill U.S. troops and coalition forces in Afghanistan. Join the conversation here.

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Russia’s war on the U.S.

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Morning Joe’s Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle discuss President Donald J. Trump’s mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic as cases of COVID-19 continue to spike across the nation with infection rates up in most states. "I feel terrible for anyone who contracts the virus. But there's another virus that the whole country is dealing with on a daily basis—and it's the virus of Donald Trump's incompetence, his personality and his lack of character in terms of leading this critical, critical medical emergency that we're still in the middle of,” says Barnicle about Trump in light of his continuing to tell Americans that the virus is going to disappear, that it’s under control. You can watch the conversation here.

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COVID-19 spike across the nation

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Watch this Morning Joe conversation with Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle as they weigh in on the speculations surrounding the cognitive abilities of President Donald Trump, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani while the coronavirus outbreak continues to surge in America, unemployment checks are about to run out, and the Trump Administration remains under pressure to explain how much the White House knew about allegations that Russia offered the Taliban bounties to kill U.S. troops.

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America under siege

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“You can take everything that's happened in the Trump Administration thus far, and especially over the last six months, and neatly sum it up with one phrase, I think – `dereliction of duty’,” says Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle during a conversation with host Joe Scarborough about President Donald Trump’s shortcomings throughout his tenure in office, including his mismanagement of the coronavirus outbreak in America. "When Donald Trump stood on the podium in front of the capitol on January 20th, 2017, he took an oath, and the oath was to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. He has done neither—he hasn't protected us. He hasn't defended us.” Watch more of the conversation here.

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POTUS: “He hasn't protected us. He hasn't defended us"

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Watch this Morning Joe conversation between veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and Erik Larson, author of "The Splendid and the Vile: A Saga of Churchill, Family, and Defiance During the Blitz,” about Churchill’s character and leadership skills during times of crisis. "What was it about (Churchill) that gave him such supreme confidence that he could do something that leaders ought to do more often—deliver bad news?” asks Barnicle. Hear what Larson has to say about the former UK prime minister’s ability to speak truth at a time of hardship.

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Churchill’s leadership in crisis

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Morning Joe’s veteran columnist Mike Barnicle reflects on an Associated Press photograph by Patrick Semansky of President Donald J. Trump, which shows Trump returning from a re-election rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, wearing a rumpled blue suit, white shirt, tie undone. "He’s walking slowly and his face looks defeated. And all I could think of in looking at that photograph was ‘Death of a Salesman.’ Donald Trump as Willy Loman….He’s selling a stale product, an old product, that more and more people aren't buying because they're confronted with the reality that we're all confronted with: More than 40 million people unemployed and a virus that could kill you like that if you catch it from God knows where. And he says very little about that.” Watch more of the conversation with Barnicle and Morning Joe’s Willie Geist here.

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Donald Trump as Willy Loman

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Stacey Abrams, former Democratic minority leader in the Georgia House of Representatives and author of "Our Time Is Now," discusses with Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle her thoughts on how to both reform and transform police departments in cities large and small in America by changing the way police do their jobs, banning choke holds, increasing training, and investing in communities by providing a higher quality of education, health care, affordable housing and community programs. "This is a ‘both' ‘and' solution to the challenges that have plagued this country from the beginning,” Abrams said. Watch more of the conversation here.

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Stacey Abrams on how to improve policing

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Watch this Morning Joe conversation between veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and Baton Rouge community activist Rev. Gary Chambers Jr., who in a now-viral video sharply criticized East Baton Rouge Parish School Board member Connie Bernard who defended the controversial name of Lee High School named for Confederate Army Gen. Robert E. Lee, and who then appeared to be online shopping and “ignoring” community concerns during an intense debate over whether to rename the school. "It’s heart-breaking and that’s why it’s resonated with so many people,” said Chambers, publisher of The Rouge Collection.

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Lee High School naming controversy in Baton Rouge

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Tune in to this Morning Joe conversation between veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and U.S. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) about Attorney General William Barr “political bidding” on behalf of President Donald J. Trump in the wake of the firing of U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Manhattan Geoffrey Berman. Asks Barnicle: "What's your view on what is going on with the attorney general of United States? Is he that bad a manager that he can't control what he wants to do?” Hear Jeffries’ call for an investigation into Barr’s “rotten” and “toxic” actions.

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Attorney General William Barr’s misplaced loyalty?

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Morning Joe's Mika Brzezinski and Mike Barnicle discuss President Donald Trump’s Tulsa, Oklahoma reelection rally, which produced a low turnout amid the coronavirus pandemic. “I don't think Donald Trump knows what's going on. He certainly knows the polls, but I think what he senses is that a referendum on Donald Trump in various states means one thing: It means he loses. So…he’s got to find an excuse so he doesn't have to blame himself and people don't blame him: The virus will be his excuse when he loses….But Donald Trump is the root of...everything that is disrupting this country today because from Day One of his presidency, he has focused on one thing above all else: Division, dividing the country,” says Barnicle. Watch the conversation here.

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Trump: Divider in Chief

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Watch this Morning Joe conversation with Joe Scarborough, Eddie Glaude Jr., and Mike Barnicle about the fatal police shooting captured on cameras of Rayshard Brooks, a black man who was killed by an Atlanta police officer after firing a stun gun at the officer and fleeing. “You can train for everything at a police academy, all sorts of exigencies. You cannot provide common sense to someone who lacks it, and this was an astounding case of a lack of common sense resulting in murder two charges for that police officer,” says Barnicle about the police officer who shot and killed Brooks. Join the conversation here.

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Police shooting in Atlanta

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Join the conversation between Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and U.S. Rep. Stacey Plaskett (D-V.I.) about this week's House of Representatives hearings on the Democrats’ proposed police reform legislation to combat excessive force and racial discrimination, introduced in response to the recent killings of unarmed black Americans.

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Police reforms on the way

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Watch this Morning Joe conversation among Willie Geist, Mike Barnicle and Eugene Robinson about “how difficult it is to be black in America.” Says Barnicle: "White families don't have to live through the same series of outrages that happen when you're black in America.” Hear from Robinson, Washington Post associate editor, about the centuries-old challenges facing black Americans and what might be the next positive steps toward equity and justice.

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Being Black in America

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Dr. Leana Wen, former Baltimore Health Commissioner, during a conversation with Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle about mask wearing being a non-political, public health necessity, calls on the Trump Administration to “step up” and lead by example to help control the spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus. "This is about each of us showing that we care about one another, that we respect one another. That’s the reason why we do this,” said Wen. Watch more of their discussion here.

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Wearing a mask is not political

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Hear what former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson has to say in this Morning Joe conversation with Mike Barnicle about President Donald Trump’s controversial decision to deploy the national guard in Washington D.C.—a show of force usually reserved for combat zones—amid the protests in the nation’s capital in response to the death of George Floyd.

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POTUS’ controversial tactics in response to DC protests

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"George Floyd was executed on a sidewalk, a street corner in Minneapolis, Minnesota. That image is going to be stronger in November than it is now. It's going to remain with this country. It's going to affect nearly everyone's vote. And Donald Trump, instead of addressing it as a human being, which he is incapable of doing...they’re going to plunge ahead, plunge ahead on a law and order issue. It's not going to work,” says Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle during a conversation with Joe Scarborough about President Donald Trump’s drop in poll numbers released amid the nationwide protests in response to the killing of George Floyd and with an eye on the upcoming 2020 presidential election.

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George Floyd’s Impact in November

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“On this Memorial Day, we're sitting in a country, and you just alluded to it, about the dams needing repair. We're sitting in a country where people claim that America doesn't build things anymore. You're not too far from the old Ford Willow Run Plant where in World War II, the B-24 Liberators were coming off the assembly line of that plant at the rate of one per hour. Detroit helping to win the war. What is going on? Why can't we get an infrastructure bill passed in this country to rebuild America today, in 2020?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle of Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI) during a Morning Joe conversation about why Congress hasn’t been able to pass infrastructure legislation despite the desperate need for it in the country and what may be the crushing consequences if Democrats and Republicans don’t come together to build resiliency in the infrastructure now.

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Bipartisan support needed for infrastructure

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Gen. (Ret.) David Petraeus and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ron Chernow join Morning Joe to discuss Grant, a three-night miniseries about the life and career of the military legend, beginning tonight on HISTORY. “There's an astounding moment in his military career that I need your help in understanding. The compassion and generosity he showed at the signing of the surrender with Robert E. Lee at the Appomattox Court House: How does that happen?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle. Watch the conversation here.

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Grant miniseries on HISTORY starts tonight

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NBC News senior international correspondent Keir Simmons joins Mike Barnicle on Morning Joe to report on the “good case study” of Greece, offering an example of for how European countries might deal with the geopolitical tension that goes hand in hand with reopening their borders amid the coronavirus pandemic. Listen to the full report here from London.

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Opening borders amid the pandemic

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Watch this conversation between Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle and Jeremy Butler, CEO of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, about the benefits of a national public service program in our country, where only one percent of the population currently serves in the military. "We have been at war as a nation now for 19 years. Memorial Day used to have much more significance in this nation—three or four decades ago—when there was more familiarity with people who served in wars—in World War II, in Korea. Do you think that this might be a great time (for)...mandatory national public service in this country?" Barnicle asks in seeking a deeper appreciation for those who give back to the country on this Memorial Day.

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Time for national service?

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“He lives in his own self-concocted, self-conceived fantasy world, and it involves, 'this state is involved in voter fraud; that state is not involved in voter fraud because it’s going to vote for me.' It fills his days, his dreams, his made-up numbers about 'the death count is overrated, it’s underrated.' It is what it is; you can't follow him. And Dave, my question to you is, is there any credibility do you think on a national level—after the local level investigates and proves there is no voter fraud? Do Republicans listen to that?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle of Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg as the Morning Joe panel discusses President Donald Trump railing against mail-in voting on Twitter despite a GOP investigation in Florida having found there was no voter fraud. Listen to Aronberg’s response here about the notion that Trump is trying to convince Democrats to back off the effort.

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POTUS’ “self-concocted, self-conceived fantasy world"

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"Memorial Day 2020, a sacred day, especially where I'm from. I grew up at a time when Memorial Day was Memorial Day. There were no sales at Home Depots; there were no large-scale picnics. It was to honor the dead. I grew up in a Gold Star household. My uncle Gerry was killed at Midway, and like all of the people listed yesterday in the Times and all of the people who will be memorialized at cemeteries around this country today, my uncle Gerry, Second Lieutenant Gerald J. Barnicle, killed at Midway on June 4th, 1942, he never died. His memory lived, and he lives today through me—as will all those people who were listed in the Times yesterday. And that's what Donald Trump fails to grasp,” says Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during a conversation with Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski about President Donald Trump having spent his Memorial Day weekend golfing in Virginia and attacking his opponents via Twitter, juxtaposed with The New York Times honoring the lives lost to the novel coronavirus with a powerful tribute across the front page of the Sunday paper, filled with the names of the victims and portions of their obituaries.

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Memorial Day 2020, a sacred day

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Morning Joe’s Mika Brzezinski, Willie Geist and Mike Barnicle weigh in with final thoughts from today’s show and share their views on President Donald Trump claiming it is "a badge of honor" that the U.S. has the world's highest number of confirmed COVID-19 infection cases. “Americans used to look to the White House for leadership, for direction, for morality, for support, for emotional support. We no longer can do that,” says Barnicle about the U.S. in the era of President Trump.

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POTUS: U.S. COVID-19 cases are “badge of honor”

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Watch this exchange between veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and Anja Manuel, a former official at the U.S. Department of State, responsible for South Asia Policy, about whether China is economically vulnerable due to the coronavirus pandemic. Asks Barnicle: "They’ve contributed enormous sums of money, billions around the world for ports, harbors in Africa and other countries. Is it possible that they are perhaps sitting on their own dangerous economic bubble?” Hear Manuel’s response here.

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China’s economic bubble?

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"Is it not the toughest component of opening up the ability to get people back to work in some function? I mean, the dignity of work, the value of work, what it means to a family, obviously the income. How hard is it to differentiate between opening up school systems, athletic facilities or just getting people back to work?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle of Dr. Richard Besser, president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, during a Morning Joe conversation about the process of reopening American after the coronavirus-related lockdowns across the country. Listen to Besser’s response here about how the way forward is slow, methodical and requiring good, comprehensive data systems to understand what’s working and what isn’t.

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How to get America back to work

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"Donald Trump, who fancies himself a commander in chief...seems to have forgotten the principle objective of any commander in chief: the safety of his troops or, in this case, the people of this country,” says Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle about President Donald Trump during a conversation with Joe Scarborough about Trump's criticism of comments Dr. Anthony Fauci made during a congressional hearing about the risks of reopening the country too soon. Watch more of the conversation here. #mikesdailyfruitbowl

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Dr. Fauci’s Warnings

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Tune in to this Morning Joe conversation between contributor Mike Barnicle and Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former Food and Drug Administration commissioner, as they discuss what it would take to reopen schools this fall for preschool and grade-school age children, which would enable their parents to go back to work in many cases.

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Fall: Will Schools Reopen?

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"The thing that I wonder about, and perhaps you can enlighten us, is that the stories, the increasing tonnage of stories, that we get about the President's behavior—about his conduct, about his verbal conduct, denying everything that we can see with our own eyes—the source of many of these stories are repeated leaks from within the White House….What kind of support does he have among the White House staff?" asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle of Associated Press White House reporter Jonathan Lemire as the Morning Joe panel discusses President Donald Trump and his administration’s handling of the deadly and devastating coronavirus outbreak in America. Listen to Lemire’s response here. Only on MSNBC.

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POTUS: Support in the White House?

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation between veteran columnist and contributor Mike Barnicle and former Baltimore city health commissioner Dr. Leana Wen about the why, how, when of contact tracing of infectious diseases, “the bread and butter of public health,” and how it applies to can help fight the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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A brief primer on contact tracing

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"A couple of weeks ago, the superintendent at West Point ordered all of the West Point cadets home for safety reasons, in order to care for them, to make sure that they were out of a petri dish at West Point and the coronavirus threat. The president of the United States, Donald Trump, has just ordered all of these troops from disparate parts of this country to return to West Point so he can have an audience for a commencement address he’s scheduled to deliver. What are your thoughts on that?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle of Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA). Listen to Kaine’s response and why he believes: “This president is: This is about me and who cares about you.”

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West Point Cadets in Peril

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“All I can think of when I hear Donald Trump on the clips that we play, and we talk about him, obviously, a lot, is the Jack Nicholson character in ‘A Few Good Men,’ when he looks into the camera and he’s in the courtroom and says, ‘you can't handle the truth.’ And I think that's where we are with Donald Trump,” says Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle. "He can't handle the truth. He has created his own lost empire, and he just rambles around from one press conference to another.” Watch more of the conversation here between Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough and Barnicle about President Donald Trump’s continued “mistakes” of downplaying the longevity of the novel coronavirus, following Trump's most recent statement that the coronavirus would eventually be “eradicated” with or without a vaccine so that Americans and businesses could return to normal life and operations.

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POTUS: “You can’t handle the truth"

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation with Joe Scarborough, Claire McCaskill and Mike Barnicle as they weigh in on the pros and cons of news that Major League Baseball is contemplating a plan to start its season in late June, playing in home stadiums with a realigned league and no fans in the seats. Watch the discussion here about the tremendous logistics, costs and health risks involved in resuming baseball season in June for fans to watch on television.

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A June Return for Baseball?

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“Donald Trump's larger problems might be the fact that he has an empathy absence. He has none. He doesn't understand what's going on to real people's lives out in the country…..He doesn't understand what it means to have the economic gun at your head. He just doesn’t. He has lived a life of lies,” said veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during a Morning Joe segment with Joe Scarborough about how President Donald Trump is now being “exposed” for his lack of leadership, his lies and divisive rhetoric in his response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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POTUS: Lack of Empathy

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“I pose this question to the country: How would you feel if Dr. Birx and Dr. Fauci both resigned under protest, that the President is acting like someone who is mad, someone who has gone temporarily insane—who is deranged, who feels cornered, who will say anything to get out of anything at a particular moment in time? Not long-term, not leadership, not looking down the road, but get out of something like right now. How would you feel if they resigned?” asks Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle of the American people during a conversation with Joe Scarborough about President Donald Trump having suggested that injecting disinfectant or beaming people with ultraviolet rays might cure the coronavirus.

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Will Trump’s COVID-19 Experts Resign?

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National Urban League President Marc Morial joins Morning Joe to talk about what can be quickly done to assist minority communities that have been disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. “Given the catastrophic attack the virus has made on minority communities in the United States, what has to be done? What can realistically be done in the immediate future – not long term, buy immediate future – about access to health care, access to health insurance in these minority communities?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle of Morial. Find out more here.

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COVID-19 Help for Minority Communities

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation about Attorney General William Barr, who announced that the Justice Department might consider taking legal action against states with strict coronavirus rules, a statement that followed President Donald J. Trump’s tweets to "liberate" states where people protested social distancing measures enacted to slow the spread of the coronavirus. "There’ve been some bad attorney generals in this country's history, but he’s right up there now at the top of the list,” says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle about Attorney General Barr, who he referred to as a “fixer” for Trump.

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AG Barr threatens to sue states

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“Trump's problem is, basically if you want to boil it down to just one simple essence right now: The virus doesn’t vote. The virus doesn’t wear a MAGA hat. The virus is out there devouring whatever and whomever it can devour,” said veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during a Morning Joe discussion about President Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, which has included his endorsement of a malaria drug that a study now shows has no benefit and actually causes more death among those who are given the drug versus standard care. See more of the conversation now.

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The Virus Doesn’t Vote

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Gen. Terrence O’Shaughnessy, commander of the United States Northern Command, joins Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle to discuss how the U.S. Department of Defense is using its resources and lessons learned from past military campaigns to balance its fight against the coronavirus with its defense of the homeland. "We have not missed a beat,” said O’Shaughnessy, an Air Force four-star general. "We’re making sure we have no vulnerabilities, and we are there to defend our nation.”

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Fight COVID-19, Defend the Homeland

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As the White House announces that Kayleigh McEnany will become the fourth press secretary in the Trump Administration, Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and Jonathan Karl, president of the White House Correspondents’ Association, discuss the role of the White House press secretary under President Donald Trump. “The bottom line here is that there has only been one real press secretary in the Trump White House and that is Donald Trump himself,” says Karl. Listen to more of Karl’s revelations about Trump’s public and private dealings with the White House press corp.

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Fourth Trump White House Press Secretary Named

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation between veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) about why there has been a shortage of available testing in the federal government’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak crisis in America. “I think this will be a lesson that we cannot just hallow out government and think we’re not going to pay the consequences,” says Schumer. Hear more of the discussion now.

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Barnicle talks with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer

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"Job number one for this president, two, three, four and five jobs, is to contain the virus. Instead he does that, stirs the pot. So, now we have this visibly damaged human being, Donald Trump, leading this country at this point in time, through this critical, critical stage of a crisis. That is historically tragic for America,” says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during a Morning Joe conversation with Willie Geist about the current economic hardship in America as the coronavirus has left millions jobless across the country.

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POTUS Stirs the Pot

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“Madam secretary, eventually this administration will come to its conclusion, hopefully sooner rather than later. When that occurs, what are the first few steps that the next president, the next secretary of state must take in order to heal the world around us?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle of former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright during a Morning Joe conversation about how the U.S. can restore international relations going forward. Listen to Albright’s response here.

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How to Heal U.S / International Relations

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“Most days I get up quite early obviously because I'm used to getting up early, and I get in my car and I go through the city of Boston, drive around various neighborhoods, make several stops. I do it all safely. I have my gloves on, I have my mask on, and I talk to people who I know, some people who I don't know….One of the things you find out: It’s like an assemblage of the wounded, the weary and the wary. And they all have a common concern, and it’s not politics, it’s not any of the candidates,” says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during a Morning Joe conversation with Nicolle Wallace about his interactions with everyday Americans amid the coronavirus outbreak in America. Hear more of the conversation now.

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A Nation on Pause

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“This president has proven himself to be particularly, specifically, unable to do the job that he was elected to do,” says Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle about President Donald Trump. "And…he is oddly irrelevant to a lot of people's lives. People get up every morning now in this country wondering about a few things specifically: You don't want to die. You don't want to catch this virus. You don't want your family to be affected by this virus. You worry about paying the rent and the mortgage every day. And that gets down to now, I think, a key word in our culture, and the word is ‘solvency.’” Hear more of the conversation here between Barnicle and Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough about President Donald Trump’s reluctancy to act against the coronavirus before the outbreak in America despite being warned by federal agencies, as outlined in a New York Times article that indicates Trump was more focused on controlling the message, protecting the economy and battling warnings instead of taking early action against the coronavirus.

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What we worry about now

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“If you go around, as I have done for the past week or so, early in the morning, driving around safely from a distance, seeing people who I know in neighborhoods that I know, you find out from them, from talking to them that Donald Trump in a sense has become irrelevant to their lives because of his lack of leadership. But what has not become irrelevant to these people, and I think they're representative of a lot of people in this country, is his incompetence. That's his brand now: Incompetence. And the level of leadership that is lacking, people talk about it all the time, but it's really rooted in: He just simply hasn't done the job and can't do the job,” says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle on Morning Joe during a conversation with host Joe Scarborough about President Donald Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic having “proved to be deadly” for America, after the U.S. recorded the world’s highest number of COVID-19 deaths in a single day.

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POTUS’ brand: Incompetence

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Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough and veteran columnist Mike Barnicle discuss the words and impact of anti-tax activist Grover Norquist: "I don't want to abolish government. I simply want to reduce it to the size where I can drag it into the bathroom and drown it in the bathtub,” with the reality having come to fruition after Republican lawmakers spending years “gutting” the parts of the American government that are now needed to help doctors, nurses and other medical professionals “save lives” amid the coronavirus pandemic. “This is the United States of America 2020—thanks to the efforts of people like Grover Norquist (and former House Speaker) Newt Gingrich who began this whole thing, in my estimation, in the mid-1980s. This is where we are today,” says Barnicle about fNewt Gingrich. Watch the conversation here.

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The Gutting of Federal Government

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“Thank God for some of these governors. They know how government operates and they know how to get things done using the state governments….We have a 35-year history in this country, in the politics of this country, of trying to diminish the role of government at the federal level….I resent the attack on government because government comes down the street to provide testing if testing is available. It’s all one thing encompassed in the word ‘government’ and we don’t have enough of it at the federal level,” says Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during a discussion with Willie Geist about a group of governors from across the political spectrum that is publicly challenging the Trump Administration’s assertion that the United States is well-stocked and well-prepared to test people for the coronavirus and care for the sickest patients, including New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo who criticized the federal government for fueling an “eBay” style bidding war for much needed ventilators.

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Some Governors Lead the Way

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation between Willie Geist and Mike Barnicle about government leadership amid the coronavirus pandemic, after President Donald Trump warned Americans to brace for a “hell of a bad two weeks” ahead as the White House projected there could be 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the pandemic even if current social distancing guidelines are upheld. “The definition of leadership, I think, has now changed in this country, especially when it comes to: Who is the government, who represents us, who leads us….The government is Dr. (Anthony) Fauci. The government are the ER nurses and the doctors and hospitals. The government are the EMTs who knowing the danger, the police officers, knowing the danger—the potentially lethal danger—go at the virus to help people, to help us American citizens.” Hear more of the discussion now.

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Leadership During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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“Every doctor tells you testing, testing, testing; that’s the most critical component. But when we're testing NBA players before we're testing nurses who are working every day, police officers working every day, public safety officials out there, EMTs working every day, there's something wrong with our priorities,” says Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during a conversation with Joe Scarborough, Mike Brzezinski and Jonathan Lemire about President Donald Trump’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis in the US and the lack of widespread testing available here.

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The lack of widespread testing for COVID-19

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"Walking Dead" actor Daniel Newman joined Morning Joe remotely this morning to talk with Mika Brzezinski and Mike Barnicle about his difficulty in obtaining a COVID-19 test after having mild symptoms and having been exposed to the life-threatening virus. Hear the conversation and read his New York Times op-ed: https://nyti.ms/2UAgwJg

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Walking Dead actor has difficulty getting COVID-19 tested

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Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle and Dr. Patrice Harris, president of the American Medical Association, discuss the widespread shortage of medical supplies in America amid the coronavirus pandemic. "How is it that given the warnings and the signs...from November and December: How is it that these hospitals, so many of them are without critical things like face masks?” asks Barnicle.

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AMA calls on POTUS to address medical supply shortages

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation between Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle about President Donald Trump not “aggressively” trying to stop the spread of COVID-19 in America, our need for “fact-based truth” from public officials and “total buy in from the American public.” Says Barnicle: "But it's hard to get total buy in from the American public when the people, the person, asking for that total buy in is Donald Trump who has spent 40 months dividing the country….We’ve all gone back and looked at the talk of the past four, five weeks: ‘Hoaxes, it's a myth, it’s going to go away, only 15 people have it,’ all of that. We have to fight ourselves and put that in the background because there's a vehicle to take care of all the lies and all the incompetence that the American public has been dealt. And that vehicle is called an election, and it's held in November."

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“Fact-based truth” needed to fight COVID-19

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation with contributor Mike Barnicle and Dr. Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at the John Hopkins Center for Health Security, about the measures and precautions that are being taken or need to be taken to handle the global pandemic coronavirus outbreak in the United States. Hear more of the conversation now about the reality of hospital bed availability and other current concerns.

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Coronavirus Update

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“Joe is Joe. He does get up off the mat. He’s done it repeatedly throughout his life. And again, harkening back to South Carolina: I think one of the big things that people saw who were on the fence about Joe given his losses in Iowa and in New Hampshire was—the first thing they saw quite visibly, quite emotionally on television, which is like a national MRI—they saw humanity, and it's been missing in the Oval Office since January 20th, 2017….Joe, you know this better than anybody—you've been on the ballot. Politics is a people business at its root. And I think you saw hundreds and thousands of people coming out coast to coast—Democrats—and one thing ruled above all: They are not willing to roll the dice on the future of this country by wasting a vote. They want to win. They want someone who can beat Donald Trump, and I think many of them feel strongly now that in Joe Biden they have that candidate,” says Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during a conversation with Joe Scarborough about the resiliency of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden after he was “knocked down” in the New Hampshire primary and is “pulling himself back up” with a huge victory on Super Tuesday.

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Biden: Knocked Down but Not Out

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation with Joe Scarborough, Willie Geist and Mike Barnicle about presidential candidate Joe Biden’s “shocking” victory on Super Tuesday as the former vice president racked up big wins in delegate-rich states like Texas, North Carolina and Virginia while establishing himself as the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination despite his very slow start to the 2020 primary and caucus season. “It was incredible. I’ve never heard of anything like it. I don’t think any of us have ever heard of anything like it….(Voters) saw his humanity. They saw the fact that he’s a candidate with purpose and they came back to him,” says Barnicle about Biden’s huge triumph on Super Tuesday. Join the conversation here.

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Biden is Back

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“Where do I go now at 7 o’clock at night for an honest, heart-on-my-sleeve reaction to politics in America, not just electoral politics today, but the politics of every day? Where do I go? My friend, your friend, Chris Matthews is not dead. He has retired from Hardball, but he will still be around, and I hope to see him as a guest many times right here on Morning Joe. But, the thing that I fear most, Joe, about what happened yesterday—Chris's resignation, is it opens the door further to an element in our culture that I find disturbing. No matter how valid the complaints were or may have been about Chris, there's a sense of easy outrage in this country that is fed largely by Twitter sometimes, and the outrage quickly becomes toxic, and that toxic outrage has the opportunity, the chance, and often results in something that we saw last night—Chris's resignation,” says Barnicle about the bigger picture behind Hardball host Chris Matthews’ abrupt resignation and the need for society to “pump the brakes on the easily obtained outrage and live our lives."

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Barnicle on Chris Matthews’ Resignation

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation with Willie Geist, John Heilemann, and Mike Barnicle as they preview Super Tuesday, including how presidential candidate Joe Biden will fare on the day when the greatest number of states hold their primary elections and caucuses after the former vice president’s blowout victory in the South Carolina primary. “Suddenly, after Saturday in South Carolina, it was as if Joe Biden had made his entry into the presidential race. Massive amounts of free media that he got on Saturday, Sunday, yesterday, and including this morning. And what happened in that free media? Joe Biden looked like an ordinary empathetic, humble, compassionate human being. A striking contrast to the President of the United States, and I think a lot of people paid attention to it. They saw him. They like him. They liked him anyway and they liked him even more after they see him in these settings. So, what happens today? Nobody knows what's going to happen today, but I would expect that he will have a much, much, much better day today than he ever dreamed of having last Friday,” says Barnicle as he gives his prediction for Biden on Super Tuesday. Join the conversation here.

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Joe Biden’s Entry into the Race

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation with Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, Willie Geist and Mike Barnicle as they discuss President Donald Trump’s campaign continuing view that presidential candidate Joe Biden is the “biggest threat” to him in a general election. “The one thing about the Biden campaign with regard to Donald Trump and other campaigns….What you hear is the spectacular data gathering operation of the Trump campaign. Brad Parscale, genius at data, and the data clearly shows Joe Biden, `uh-oh, is a problem' for Donald Trump,” says Barnicle about the polling conducted by President Trump's campaign manager Brad Parscale. Hear more of the discussion here.

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Joe Biden “biggest threat” for POTUS

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The Morning Joe panel assesses the possible reasons behind Sen. Elizabeth Warren's continued attacks on former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg during Democratic presidential debates instead of directing her energy toward “the unstoppable freight train” thus far in the race for the Democratic nomination, Sen. Bernie Sanders. “She is a skillful, highly disciplined debater. Maybe the best debater certainly on that stage. Yet in this case, now twice with Mike Bloomberg to her right, both times her discipline disappears,” says Barnicle. Hear more of the discussion here. Only on MSNBC.

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Sen. Warren’s Debate Discipline

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Listen in on this Morning Joe review of the Democratic presidential debate in South Carolina, where the presidential candidates eagerly savaged one another, seeking an advantage before the pivotal South Carolina primary. “I almost clicked over to a Cactus League baseball game given the chaos at the beginning of that debate when…I couldn't understand who was saying what—they were all yelling at one another,” says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle. The panel’s overall assessment: Joe Biden had his best night of all the debates, Elizabeth Warren’s attacks on Mike Bloomberg, Bloomberg’s highlight regarding what he did in New York City about the Coronavirus and Bernie Sanders appearing “rattled” for the first time. Join the conversation here.

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Who Said What: Democratic Debate in South Carolina

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The Morning Joe panel discusses presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ clear economic message that resonates with voters. “If you listen to Bernie Sanders at any one of his rallies…he gets into something that I have not heard the other candidates get into: It's the paycheck-to-paycheck economy. The take-home pay of people who know when they look at their paycheck, they hear all the talk about the roaring stock market—except for yesterday—and they know that they're not doing as well as they did in 1995, on a per capita basis. Bernie talks about that,” says Barnicle ahead of the Democratic presidential debate in South Carolina.

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Sen. Bernie Sanders’ Economic Message

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Morning Joe’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski talk with John Heilemann and Mike Barnicle about presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders doubling down on his praise of Fidel Castro, the former Cuban dictator. “Bernie Sanders on his feet is a spectacular candidate. He's been doing this for 40 years. He knows how to take a turn. He knows how to deflect. He’s good on his feet—better than almost all the other candidates involved, and he's still doing it,” says Barnicle about the prowess of Sanders as a presidential candidate. More of the conversation here.

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Sen. Sanders and Fidel Castro

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation between Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle as they discuss the state of Egypt and the life of former Egyptian Leader Hosni Mubarak, who has died at 91 years old. “It's still one of the most unstable, volatile countries in the Middle East. And what happened with Hosni Mubarak, when he was arrested and deposed, I mean that was the beginning, the kernels, of the unrest in the Middle East in Egypt right there,” says Barnicle. Join the conversation here.

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Egyptian Leader Hosni Mubarak Dead at 91

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation with Joe Scarborough and Mike Barnicle as they discuss the “overall ignorance” of President Donald Trump and the lack of accountability for what he says, a day after Trump announced he is open to cutting Medicare and other entitlement programs. Join the conversation here.

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Trump’s Lack of Accountability

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“The thing that's most on trial is the United States Senate. How can these senators who seemingly are on the fence or in Donald Trump's pocket hear evidence such as this and continue the charade that nothing happened?” asks Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle of BBC World News America Washington anchor Katty Kay during a conversation about Republican senators’ stance in light of MSNBC host Rachel Maddow’s bombshell interview with Lev Parnas, in which the former Rudy Giuliani colleague offered damning insight into the ongoing investigation concerning the Trump administration’s dealings with Ukraine. Listen to Kay’s response here.

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New insights into Ukraine

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“Politics is still a people business. And guess what, Mike Bloomberg has a ton of money. Tom Steyer has a ton of money. People like Joe Biden. They see him in New Hampshire. They see him in Iowa in small forums, and people – it's a people business,” says Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle about Democratic presidential hopefuls Michael Bloomberg, Tom Steyer and Joe Biden during a conversation with Joe Scarborough and Axios' Jim Vandehei about the phenomenon of money in American politics.

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Politics: It’s a People Business

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Listen in on this Morning Joe conversation with Willie Geist, Guy Cecil and Mike Barnicle as they discuss the recent Monmouth University poll on the New Hampshire Democratic primary that shows presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg leading the field in the state with 20 percent while presidential candidates Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are all within five percentage points. “I’ve been up in New Hampshire several times in the past six weeks. It's extremely volatile. It's still the four of them, jump ball. Who knows what's going to happen?” comments Barnicle. Join the conversation here.

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New Hampshire Primary: One month away

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“We've done some quick math around the table here…and the President of the United States has played more rounds of golf than the top three PGA winners last year and his green fees average out to about $1.2 million a round,” says Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle during a conversation with Joe Scarborough, Willie Geist and Yamiche Alcindor about President Donald Trump’s golf habit and expenses as he travels to his resorts to play the game that he was so critical of President Barack Obama for playing. Join the conversation here.

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Trump’s costly and timely golf games

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Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle and Sen. Angus King (I-ME) discuss U.S. cybersecurity concerns after Iran fired more than a dozen ballistic missiles at two Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops in retaliation for the U.S. airstrike that killed Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani. “How concerned are you about things like power grids, our ATM systems here in America, our water systems and cyber attacks?” asks Barnicle. Hear King’s response.

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Risks of cyberattacks by Iran

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Listen in as Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) tells Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle details of the Senate’s 75-minute classified briefing by the Trump Administration about their rationale for striking a foreign government without prior notification to Congress, an “exceptional” six days after the killing of Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani.

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Congress briefed on Iranian killing