Clinton hypothetically questioned why China shouldn't find Trump's tax returns, mirroring the president's appeal to Russia to find Clinton's deleted emails.
US President Donald Trump on Sunday defended his tariff policy, insisting again that China will pay billions in duties to the US, after Trump's economic advisor raised eyebrows by saying both sides will suffer. "We are right where we want to be with China," Trump said on Twitter. "Remember, they broke the deal with us & tried to renegotiate. We will be taking in Tens of Billions of Dollars in Tariffs from China." In fact,
Trump spoke on the phone with Vladimir Putin on what he says was a range of topics, including what he calls the 'Russia hoax.' Our panel reacts.
CHUCK TODD (HOST): It is interesting to me to watch the president - it's like he's got all the burners are on, on the stove right? And he's got this showdown with Congress - that is one he's putting his hand on the burner. Everything else, it's a little dovish. Dovish on tariffs, dovish on Iran, and dovish with Venezuela.
Logan Paul & beauty blogger James Charles may not be the best of friends, but Logan insists that as more celebs continue to attack James, the ‘crime doesn’t fit the punishment.̵
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When asked about AG Bill Barr's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, Hillary Clinton said: 'It was another day today where you just can't even believe what you're hearing.'
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continued over the weekend to criticize Attorney General William Barr’s handling of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election – telling a crowd in Seattle that Barr “would rather be the president’s defense lawyer than the chief law enforcement officer of our country.”
MSNBC's Brian Williams and Nicole Wallace interrupted Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham's claim there was "no collusion" found in Robert Mueller's report, offering a rare real-time fact-check Wednesday.