An exhaustive investigation by the New York Times details how the President is using a decades old playbook, and the power of the federal government to cast doubt on the validity of the election, should he not come out on top. New York Times and Sunday
Mark Shriver and Sister Simone Campbell join Andrea Mitchell to discuss the role empathy plays in the Catholic vote. Shriver says that Catholic voters are looking at Biden and asking, “‘How do we get this country back on its feet economically, led by a
Ron Klain and Michael Steele join Andrea Mitchell to recap Tuesday’s presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Klain asserts that voters overwhelmingly believe Biden won the debate because of Trump’s erratic performance, while Steele says
Source: MSDNC, How the presidential debate is playing with undecided voters
NBC’s Steve Kornacki is at the Big Board to break down Biden and Trump’s ad spending in battleground states.
Source: MSDNC, Biden outspending Trump on airwaves in battleground states
The Meet the Press Film Festival with the American Film Institute is back. Passes are on sale now and tickets go on sale October 7th. Read more here: fest.AFI.com.
Former Senior Adviser to Speaker Boehner Brendan Buck says Sen. Mitch McConnell is “perturbed” after the first debate.
Chuck Todd says, “so far, the Republican response” to Trump’s refusal to denounce white supremacists has “been an awkward dance of rebuke, embrace and silence.”
MSNBC Senior National Correspondent, Chris Jansing, joins Craig Melvin from Lorain, Ohio, where she spoke with a group of working class voters about the presidential race in a state that is essentially a must-win for President Trump’s re-election fight.
Bishop Michael Curry, the presiding Bishop over the Episcopal Church, joins MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to share his message of love, how Americans can come together to find hope in these divisive times, and what we can do to continue furthering the conversation
Admiral Brett Giroir joins Hallie Jackson to respond to criticism that the amount of tests currently being offered is lagging behind what is needed to control the virus. Giroir says the release of a new rapid test to be distributed around the country will