Tonight: the President's new outlandish defense, and what all of this means for witnesses. Plus, just how involved was Devin Nunes in the Ukraine scheme? And as citizens across the country marked the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, just what was happening in Richmond, Virginia on Monday?
Tonight: what we've learned during the Pelosi pause, and how that could change the trial. Then, Constitutional scholar Laurence Tribe on the Dershowitz defense of Trump. Plus, exploring the Jeffrey Epstein connections to the Trump legal team. Also, new alarms over who the President's Attorney General is choosing to investigate.
Tonight: the implications of what Lev Parnas is claiming…for the President, for the Vice President, for the Attorney General, and for the rest of Trump World. Plus, Trump’s loyalists struggle to defend a man who gets further implicated every day.
Tonight: previewing Rachel Maddow's exclusive interview with Rudy Giuliani's indicted associate Lev Parnas. Why it now looks like Ukraine's corrupt prosecutor was offering dirt on Joe Biden for the firing of Marie Yovonovitch. Plus, what we're learning from Wednesday’s new trove of impeachment evidence.
Tonight: House Democrats unveil a trove of documents provided by Rudy Giuliani's indicted associate. What we're learning from hand written notes by Lev Parnas, what looks like a plan to tail the American ambassador to Ukraine, and what all of the means as Democrats and the White House as they prepare for the trial of Donald Trump.
Tonight: why the White House is reportedly preparing for at least four Republicans to vote to allow witnesses in the trial of Donald Trump. Then, Senator Chris Murphy on White House deception about Iran. Plus, three weeks from Iowa, a crowded leader board comes into focus.
Tonight: What we know about the looming trial of Donald Trump. Plus, Trump juror Senator Cory Booker on the trial of Donald Trump—and what it means for 2020. Then, why Facebook's new decision to allow lies in political ads is putting a thumb on the scale for Donald Trump.
Tonight: how the President has lost public opinion on his escalation of the Iran crisis. Plus, Republicans lash out as Speaker Pelosi continues to hold the impeachment articles. Then, the growing outcry over Donald Trump's plan to drastically weaken environmental law.
Listen to Chris Hayes' and Kara Swisher's complete interview with Tim Cook from the MSNBC & Recode "Revolution: Apple Changing the World" town hall event. Cook sounds off on the future of education and technology, privacy and your data, the NRA, and much more. (Check out video clips from the program at MSNBC.com/Revolution)