Donny Deutsch shares a formula for Democrats to take on Donald Trump in this preview of his new program, ‘Saturday Night Politics.’ Joy Reid and Deutsch discuss politics in the era of Trump.
MSNBC announced Friday it will launch a new show, "Saturday Night Politics with Donny Deutsch," as part of the network's expansion of weekend programming.Deutsch, a prominent advertising executive and NBC News and
Donny Deutsch and Marc Lasry discuss sports teams appearances at the White House and whether or not billionaires deserve a tax cut.
Donny Deutsch began a new MSNBC program called
Donny Deutsch began a new MSNBC program called Saturday Night Politics, and he interviewed Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg and gushed aoll over him for his "core excellence of humanity" as the "polar opposite" to President Trump.
Donny Deutsch's new MSNBC show came in second among cable networks with its debut episode Saturday night, drawing 919,000 total viewers."Saturday Night Politics" with Donny Deutsch drew 99,000 viewers in the key 25
Frequent MSNBC guest Donny Deutsch, who previously wrote about sexual fantasies with female coworkers, will be hosting his own MSNBC show Saturday nights.
President Donald Trump's decision to dispatch Rudy Giuliani to dig up dirt against former Vice President Joe Biden from the Ukrainian government was harshly criticized during MSNBC's "Deadline: White House" on Friday. "What I don’t understand is the reason he could never acknowledge Russia’s malevolence is because it would undermine his victory," host Nicolle Wallace said. "Now he’s publically saying, 'I can’t beat Biden on my own. I can’t do it. I need a foreign
Tennessee's Republican House speaker refused to step down over racist and lewd texts he exchanged with his disgraced former chief of staff, and complained no one would be qualified to serve elected office if he's forced out. Speaker Glen Casada apologized for racists texts sent by former top aide Cade Cothren as part of a group chat the GOP leader took part in, but he insists he didn't see that message, reported WREG-TV. All 17
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During Sunday’s morning newscasts, NBC’s Sunday Today was talking about how Democrats had to define Republicans as extreme on abortion while ABC’s Good Morning America asserted that the GOP was extreme. Meanwhile, the broadcast networks have almost completely ignored the Democratic Party’s support for abortions up until the day of birth and a failed attempt to legalize infanticide in Virginia.