Chris Hayes

Chris Hayes

Host of @allinwithchris on MSNBC, Weeknights at 8pm. Editor at Large at The Nation. Cubs fan. Insta: chrislhayes FB: https:

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@RameshPonnuru  Not to mention all the Very Serious People writing about skills-mismatch nonsense, etc. And the entire GOP also pushing hard core austerity on the fiscal side. It makes me so so angry!

Republicans have been completely consistent: full employment, high deficit spending and easy monetary policy are to be aggressively pursued under a Republican president and aggressively opposed under a Democrat.

I found this interview unusually frank and affecting

Just POTUS in WH on an extended harangue about he can't get his toilet to flush. Normal stuff.

Ten to fifteen flushes, he says! TEN TO FIFTEEN!

@DavidAFrench  This is right on the money. The deeper issue here is that trust is prior to knowledge. In practical sense we "know " things because they come from trusted sources. Chapter 4 of my first book is all about this

<<considers calling a last-minute audible and doing 10 minutes at the top of the show about the president's apparent flushing problems>>

I would *absolutely* take it if it was for the whole country!


First time illegal entry into the United States is a misdemeanor. Lying on or omitting materially relevant information from your SF86 (as Jared Kushner did multiple times by his own admission) is a felony. Guess which one's getting prosecuted?

The President is actively and willfully endangering the life of a member of Congress.

I am reading these first-hand accounts of mothers who had their children taken from them, with no word of where they were going or how to contact them, and I'm thinking about someone doing that to me and my kids and I feel a rage so powerful I think I'm gonna pass out.

Since the president is lying about this, I'll reiterate that we obtained internal CBP documents that show that ****91%**** of parents whose kids are taken away are being prosecuted for misdemeanor FIRST TIME entry.

Children will get to be held personally responsible for their pediatric cancer.

All but a single Republican (Brian Fitzpatrick) just voted *against* the Voting Right Act (!) restoration bill in the House.

Currently, the Trump administration is arguing that its family-separation policy: - is a deterrent - is biblically compliant - is the Democrats' fault - does not exist.

Right now the Pennsylvania GOP is threatening to impeach the state supreme court for ordering them to redraw their wildly partisan gerrymandered districts, while Scott Walker in WI refuses to call specials election for open state senate seats because he doesn't want R's to lose.

The House has passed 250+ bills this session including gun safety legislation, election security, prescription drugs, DACA protections among others. McConnell has basically let it all die except for must-pass aprops bills