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James Carville: ‘We have a lot of wound cleaning to do in this country’

President Trump is using his final hours in office to look at presidential pardons. Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele and Politics War Room co-host James Carville join Stephanie Ruhle to discuss how some people are spending big bucks to get on the pardon list.

‘This is an attack around which there have to be consequences’: Fmr. Gov. Deval Patrick on Capitol riot

Former Democratic Governor of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick joins MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to discuss Republicans call for unity despite rejecting President elect Biden’s win and inauguration security concerns following the Capitol riot.

‘We’re not taking any chances’: D.C National Guard Commanding General on inauguration security

NBC’s Ellison Barber speaks with D.C National Guard Commanding General, William Walker about amplified inauguration security following the riot at the U.S Capitol.

‘He continued to do what was in his heart’

On Martin Luther King Day, Morning Joe talks with Martin Luther King III and Arndrea Waters King about MLK's final years.

How one of the nation’s youngest Senators became its oldest President-Elect

A look back at President-Elect Joe Biden’s life-long career in politics, that spans more than five decades. It all began in November of 1972, and this week, Biden will become the President of the United States.

Dr. Fauci: There is ‘increased confidence’ of a ‘steady flow’ of COVID vaccine doses

Dr. Anthony Fauci tells Lawrence O'Donnell that the flow of Covid-19 vaccines is steady enough to ensure everyone will get their second dose and to ensure 100 million vaccinations in Joe Biden's first 100 days in office.

Democrats should look to this Republican for inspiration

Ornery, witty and devoted to Black equality, Stevens was a real ally.

Trump’s EPA screws over Americans even on their way out

Denial and suppression of scientific evidence is central to Trump’s response to climate change, and it’s central to his response to coronavirus.

Why is America’s vaccine plan failing so badly? Ask President Trump

After the promise to vaccinate 20 million Americans by the end of 2020, a little more than 4 million vaccines have been administered.

Congress isn’t safe. That won’t change anytime soon.

We expect access to our elected leaders. That's a problem for security.

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