All In with Chris Hayes
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The biggest news and political stories of the day with a commitment to in-depth reporting that consistently seeks to hold our leaders accountable.
Guests: Rebecca Traister, David Jolly, Sherry Boston, Sen. Bernie Sanders Tonight: Rebecca Traister on the shock and awe of state by state legislation criminalizing reproductive rights. Then, just when you thought it couldn't get worse for Fox News, devastating new filings in the Dominion Lawsuit against Fox News. Plus, Senator Bernie Sanders unloads on Starbucks in the Senate.
Guests: Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Harry Litman, Barb McQuade, Rep. Elissa Slotkin, Jeff Sharlet The former vice president is compelled to give sworn testimony about his boss's coup. Tonight: What this means for criminal case against Trump—and what this means for the rule of law. Then, how do you stop gun violence from killing kids in schools? Tonight: the maddening reality of a government that has given up, the awful truth of the cult of the AR-15, and author Jeff Sharlet on his new book describing what he calls America's "slow civil war.”
Guests: Jonathan Dienst, Tim O'Brien, Karen Friedman Agnifilo, Andrew Weissmann, Manuel Oliver, Charles Blow The unnamed witness for the Trump grand jury is revealed, and the man who ran The National Enquirer goes under oath. Tonight: inquiring minds want to know, what does David Pecker's testimony mean for the timing of a possible Trump indictment? Then, Charles Blow on his time in Waco where the disgraced ex-president's campaign rally turned darker than ever. Then, the desperately sad, predictable response to yet another nightmare school shooting, this time in Tennessee.
Guests: Rick Tyler, Mona Charen, Ben Collins, Rep. Robert Garcia, Cornell Belcher, Maya Wiley, Cynthia Alksne As Marjorie Taylor Greene's party tries to turn Trump's mob into martyrs, one of the Democrats who joined the Republicans on their field trip to a jail today joins live. Plus, after Trump warns of violence, the Manhattan district attorney receives a frightening threat. And new reporting that Trump's old chief of staff will have to testify in the Jan. 6 investigation.
Guests: Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Ryan Reilly, Tara Setmayer, George Conway, Glenn Kirschner, Karen Friedman Agnifilo, Alexandra Levine, Jonathan Capehart, Tim Miller In the face of a pending criminal indictment, Donald trump does what he does best: posts about it on social media. Plus, as a New York indictment looms, the other investigations into Trump’s misconduct continue to pick up steam. Then, the congressional clock is going "Tik Tok" for the Chinese social media app. But is the party about to stop? And as Trump pummels top contender DeSantis into submission, what's a "Never Don, never Ron" Republican to do?
Guests: Harry Litman, Barbara McQuade, Jeremey Saland, Rep. Ruben Gallego, Jen Psaki, Michael Beschloss The Trump grand jury will reconvene in Manhattan tomorrow as the special counsel enters the chat. What today's extraordinary ruling from a federal appeals court could mean for charges in the documents probe. Then, what we know about the grand jury delay in Manhattan with a former prosecutor from that office. Plus, Rep. Ruben Gallego on the desperate Republican attempt to get their boss off the hook. And Jen Psaki and Michael Beschloss on an expanding Republican field as Trump support grows.
Guests: Jennifer Rubin, Paul Butler, Brendan Buck, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Jamelle Bouie, David Jolly, Donna Edwards Republican officials miss another chance to do the right thing. What does the possible indictment of Donald Trump reveal about the Republican Party? Then, the party of small government tries to investigate elected state officials for doing their jobs. And a swing and a miss for Florida governor Ron DeSantis—Why Donald Trump's potential indictment hasn't loosened his hold on the Republican Party presidential primary. Plus, Mike Pence sacrificed nearly everything to be Donald Trump's vice president. So why is there no place for him in the current GOP?
Guests: Jonathan Dienst, George Conway, Danya Perry, Ben Collins, Rep. Adam Schiff, Michael Steele, Mona Charen and John Meacham The disgraced former president predicts his own indictment as the grand jury convenes and Team Trump makes a final push to persuade jurors. Tonight: as protective barricades go up in New York and in Washington, what we know about what's coming and when, the other major developments in Georgia and DC, the posturing of Trump allies in high office, and the ones battling him for a nomination. Chris Hayes has the latest.
Guests: Tamar Hallerman, Paul Butler, David Plouffe, Sarah Longwell, Mehdi Hasan Indictment watch underway in Manhattan as new details emerge in Georgia. Tonight: What the grand jury heard in Fulton County in multiple calls between Trump and election officials. Then: the Pentagon footage of the moment Russian jets attacked a U.S. drone. Plus: with 2024 in full swing in Iowa, new concerns about the social skills of Ron DeSantis. And a fresh reminder of the days when a scandal like Stormy Daniels would end political careers.
Guests: Sarah McCammon, Michele Goodwin, Rep. Maxine Waters, Hugo Lowell, Jose Pagliery The Trump-appointed judge in Texas now deciding abortion pill access for the entire country. We'll have the latest from today's hearing in Amarillo. Then, Congresswoman Maxine Waters on the failure of Silicon Valley Bank—and new fears of a global banking crisis. Plus, the possible indictment of Donald Trump in the Stormy Daniels investigation. And the arrest of the Chinese billionaire who bankrolled Steve Bannon.
Guests: Rep. Ro Khanna, Claire McCaskill, Stuart Stevens, Rebecca Roiphe The desperate right-wing attempt to pass the buck on bank failure after Trump signed the bill that made it possible. Then, the 2024 hopefuls who agree on Ukraine backing Putin's position against other Republicans. And Team Trump on the defensive as he faces the possibility of an indictment this week.
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