The 11th Hour with Brian Williams – March 29, 2018

 

Multiple attorneys general in blue states are suing the Trump administration over the addition of a citizenship question on the 2020 census. Steve Schmidt and Eugene Robinson react.

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The Washington Post Eugene Robinson discusses his stinging new op-ed in which he argues that Trump supporters may be starting to feel duped by the president.

The New York Times and The Washington Post shed light on whether Trump’s former attorney John Dowd floated the possibility of pardons for Flynn and Manafort. We discuss with two reporters who broke these stories.

Fmr. Bush 43 Ethics lawyer Richard Painter and reporter Peter Baker discuss the many legal issues facing Pres. Trump including the Stormy Daniels scandal & his business interests.

Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce he was firing VA Secy. David Shulkin and picking his White House doctor Ronny Jackson to head the massive Department of Veterans Affairs. Gen. Barry McCaffrey reacts.

Fired VA Secretary David Shulkin says he and Trump spoke just before he was fired on Twitter, and Trump didn’t mention it. Our panel discusses the Trump White House chaos as The Washington Post’s Philp Bump notes Trump loses a top official about every nine days.

Longtime Trump aide Hope Hicks has worked her last day in the West Wing. That’s reportedly leaving White House staffers worried her absence could mean more chaos to come.

Seeming to confuse a vocational school with a community college while speaking in Ohio, Trump added: ‘I don’t know what that means, a community college.’

Reuters is reporting that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is looking into whether Jeff Sessions – then a Trump surrogate – met with Russia’s ambassador at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Our panel reacts.

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