All In with Chris Hayes | MSNBC – 4/2/18


There used to be norms against soliciting bribes at your properties and attacking American businesses. Then came Trump.

New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait argues that it’s not Russia or Stormy Daniels that can stop the president, but rather the disconnect between his campaign promises and his presidential corruption.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is looking at claims by Roger Stone that he met Julian Assange in 2016, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Teachers walked out in Oklahoma and Kentucky to protest wage and funding cuts, inspired by the successful teacher strike in West Virginia.

Officials at the National Park Service reportedly deleted every mention of humans’ role in causing climate change in a scientific report just one month before Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke testified before Congress that he knew of no documents that had been changed.

Chris Hayes and the All In team celebrate the show’s anniversary with a look back at some of the best moments from the last five years.

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