Watch All In With Chris Hayes Highlights: April 9 | MSNBC

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Senator Bernie Sanders goes one-on-one with Chris Hayes after announcing the suspension of his presidential campaign.

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97 Comments on "Watch All In With Chris Hayes Highlights: April 9 | MSNBC"

  1. BERNIE Sanders has opened my eyes to important issues and I’m with his ideas on reform ..

    • marco antonio | April 10, 2020 at 8:01 PM | Reply

      Reforma de campanha 😃me engana que eu gosto .

    • Vote against tRump.
      November 3rd 2020.

    • @Jelly Belly Why should I vote for a LYING POS like Trump who told us the COVID Pandemic was a HOAX as late as the end of Feb and then told us it was just like the Flu up until a few weeks ago! He is a complete MORON that only cares about MONEY not people’s lives or this country!

  2. This isn’t over. The ones we’re waiting for are you and me.

  3. This is why I would have voted for Bernie and am so glad he will be staying in the Senate pushing for what Washington and the next Administration needs to do for the United States!

    • Bernie remains on the ballot and people should vote for him to give him more delegates to wield at the convention. We should not settle for someone else ( Biden ) and lose to trump .
      Mother Earth is counting on all of us!

    • Manny, Be Real. The choice will be Biden or Trump unless the Cockroach bursts a blood vessel before then. A vote for a third party is US suicide, and there will be no one in the DNC yo teach a lesson to.

    • @G C vote for Mr. Malong

    • Vote against tRump.
      November 3rd, 2020

    • @Wanda Pease – thanks for a common sense comment. 👍💙✌ Joe Biden 2020

  4. Fluffy Talguw | April 10, 2020 at 7:37 PM | Reply

    Bernie is a very practical and sensible leader. Why he has never become president is a base reflection of American mentality. US still has a long way to go as a country.

    • Fluffy Talguw – Wow. My eyes are rolling around like Stevie Wonder over here.

    • Patsy Sadowski | April 10, 2020 at 11:19 PM | Reply

      Bovine One no because people in the US don’t think they deserve the rights other countries have. It is a mentality issue. Just know that whoever reads your comment will be eye rolling you.

    • Patsy Sadowski | April 10, 2020 at 11:20 PM | Reply

      TheBase1aransas ironically proving Fluffy’s point. Well done.

    • Patsy Sadowski – You aren’t intelligent.

    • Fluffy,, maybe this successful, Powerful, respected capitalist country doesn’t want to be socialized and communist, any problems? do you think Dollar is the most powerful currency in the world , just because of it’s color?

  5. Donald Trump* is a step closer to the door …

    of the jail cell

    * impeached

  6. Bernie not my choice but would have voted and supported him if he were the nominee! Would have supported a stuffed animal for POTUS over tRump!

    • Angela Siegfried | April 13, 2020 at 1:20 PM | Reply

      @Retro Moto Bernie’s policy ideas regarding college or M4ALL were never said to be free and you’d know that if you actually looked at his policies.

    • @Angela Siegfried Angela, I did read his policy! That said, I never posted that he advocated FREE medicare for all. My objection to his Medicare policy was taking away my current plan an putting me on a national plan! I should have a choice! College tuition…different story. See the link!

    • @Angela Siegfried Also, admirable that you live in the south and support Bernie! That’s not the case for the majority of southern ruby red states who love Trump! They’ll vote for him no matter what. They eat up his racist hateful rhetoric. Sad truth is that almost half of this country is racist! I believe that will gradually change with the new generations coming up, but for now it’s the reality.

    • Angela Siegfried | April 13, 2020 at 5:41 PM | Reply

      @Retro Moto Half the country is racist? Only half of the entire US population votes. Approx:; 1/4 of all voters are democrats and 1/4 are republicans and the other half are independent, Green Party, libertarian. So. don’t see how you can say at least half the country is racist.

    • @Angela Siegfried I see it every day. Even in my own family. 😔 Whether they vote or not is irrelevant. The sad truth is that this country is still going through much racial strife and more so since Trump took office. There are many people that are 2nd and 3rd generation Americans who feel this is not their country because of the way they look or perceived. I recently took a trip through the deep south (Georgia, Albama & Mississippi) on business and stopped at several watering holes to quench my thirst and chat with locals…NOT GOOD! Many “good folks” were quite candid with me about their love for Trump and dislike of immigrants and minorities! They actually believe that they’re being invaded and that everything will be taken away from them. No sense in arguing since I was clearly outnumbered and their views were not up for debate. They didn’t want to hear it! BTW…Very antisemitic as well! Blamed Jews for everything. Glad to get back north east!

  7. Recently President Obama held a virtual meeting with mayors and local leaders across America. In that meeting, Obama advised them on the BIGGEST MISTAKE any leader could make during a crisis such as the ongoing COVID-19  pandemic.  

    “The biggest mistake any of us can make in these situations is to misinform, particularly when we’re requiring people to make sacrifices and take actions that might not be their natural inclination. leaders in a crisis have to give the people the truth. Speak the truth. Speak it clearly. Speak it with compassion. Speak it with empathy for what folks are going through. The more smart people you have around you, and the less embarrassed you are to ask questions, the better your response is going to be.”
    — President Barack Obama

    • Juan Hernandez | April 11, 2020 at 1:26 AM | Reply

      Well, we have a moron in the WH sounded by idiots and people that only care for themselves, and how to take advantage of this crisis to make money from it.

    • greenhometony | April 11, 2020 at 2:26 AM | Reply

      @Juan Hernandez you’ve got that right…..

    • trumputin bonespurs | April 12, 2020 at 1:57 AM | Reply


    • Robert Downes | April 13, 2020 at 4:05 PM | Reply

      Empty platitudes are great. You can interpret them anyway you want!

    • Robert Downes | April 13, 2020 at 4:07 PM | Reply

      @Juan Hernandez Agreed, but be sure to add Obama to your list. With Trump we knew what we were getting. Obama sold us out. F him forever.

  8. I will love to see a day when an independent guy will win presidency that will be awesome

  9. Missy Ann Davenport | April 10, 2020 at 7:49 PM | Reply

    Healthcare for Profit is a evil as Slavery #AsEvilAsSlavery #M4A

  10. Joe Biden might have been listening to people for what they want for this country, but it doesn’t necessarily mean he will take steps to get things done. He is still stuck on status quo.

    • But Bernie will be in the Senate, pushing OUR agenda for 4 years longer than he would if he were President. Besides, he gets to fight toe to toe with Moscow Mitch who IS the devil’s butthole.

    • Way to change the status quo is focus on those down ballot races. Congress and the senate would shoot down any progressive agenda even if Bernie was president. Also focus on the state legislature the degree of power they have is astronomical to overturn womens rights and voting rights. The large focus on the presidency is a red herring I think, look at the shift in the US towards right wing policies even under the Obama presidency.

    • Larrygilbertreyes Reyes | April 11, 2020 at 8:38 PM | Reply

      But to vote trump is suicide

    • @puckelberry spot on!

    • @DrMossydog Bernie hog balls

  11. Nicholas harvey | April 10, 2020 at 7:58 PM | Reply

    Senator Bernie Sanders, your caring, kindness, compassion and regard for your fellow human and your steadfast upholding of the Constitution and the rule of law will forever exalt you in the annals of history as a true American hero! Thank you so much for your tenure and lifetime career of upholding the United States of America.

    • 👍

    • Very well said!

    • Well, many mistakes in the campaign. For example democratic socialist“ such a wrong term. This guy would pass for a „social democrat“ in any decent democracy. And would have avoided the term „socialist“ which stupid Americans cannot differentiate from „communist“. America missed a chance for a fair society and they will pay dearly, since after
      all this society is „end-stage capitalism

    • skux 01 they use labels to put them down, Hence the racist term used by Republicans- Obama care so they can make you hate a wonderful program simply because you hate the color of skin of the person that created it! I hate labels! Especially the term Trumpism- it just should be called what it is! Racism!

  12. Tony Williams | April 10, 2020 at 8:03 PM | Reply

    Thanks Bernie Sanders you opened my eyes to how Politics in USA work, Now im on to the Green Party.

    • I beg you to vote for the Democratic nominee, the Green party is not yet strong enough to take on tRump, and Democrats are not out to destroy the country – the GOPutin IS. We can push the Dems left while we do the work to get a third party adequately funded. This election is the most important in American history, it’s a stark choice between bequeathing ourselves a constitutional republic and fascism.

    • greenhometony | April 11, 2020 at 2:29 AM | Reply

      DrMossydog, keep educating people please…..

    • Nom de Guerre | April 11, 2020 at 7:37 PM | Reply

      I joined the Green Party

    • Tony Williams | April 11, 2020 at 8:01 PM | Reply

      @DrMossydog NO!!!

    • Tony Williams | April 11, 2020 at 8:01 PM | Reply

      @Nom de Guerre Congratulations!

  13. Jeremiah Pattillo | April 10, 2020 at 8:10 PM | Reply

    Good interview. Great responses by Bernie Sanders. Chris has shown a fairness with Bernie that his MSNBC colleagues have consistently not shown.

    • Good ol’ LambChop! Since the Air America days.

    • Nah Cris is a shill just like the rest of um. He is being nice now because it’s over.

    • @robert booth 😄 I’ve seen a lot of fairness from Chris during the slander of Bernie campaign his colleagues were taking.. why else would Bernie choose him as his first interviewer after his suspension.

  14. Julie Tigermoon | April 10, 2020 at 8:14 PM | Reply

    A decent human ❤️

  15. I rather vote a dog for president than trump cuz a dog known when to listen

    • Wow . So strong word 😷. Barnie he’s not bad . But no Biden no Pelosi 💯 .

    • @TCL Tcl 😄😄

    • The lion and the lamb | April 11, 2020 at 9:52 PM | Reply

      @Anonymous Zero Trump is a fool and dirty rotten scoundrel, he is not a king but a joker and a criminal. He has his hand in your pocket. He would sell his Mothers tombstone if there was a buck in it for him. He is a sorry excuse for a human being. He’s friendly to communist and dictators and has been opening the door for America’s downfall into total collapse. A vote for him only proves that you’re not intelligent, Un- American, and you sympathize with a communist.

    • The lion and the lamb | April 11, 2020 at 9:56 PM | Reply

      @Anonymous Zero Hahahahahah such a delusional little troll you are.

    • plus, dogs are loyal. trump has never been loyal to anyone or anything.

  16. We need a lot of tests, until then, we are doomed.

    • Yes, we are in this for a couple years. Wearing masks are a priority for at least a couple of years. Testing for immunity will be crucial in allowing people back to work. There will be some herd immunity, and that will help. Everyone will get this to some degree. Hopefully, those who are vulnerable will make it until a vaccine . We must stop the spread until we we have a vaccine. We’ll have to isolate for at least a year. This is hard, but it is the truth. Stay well, and please don’t jeopardize anyone else.

    • Wonder Wonderful | April 10, 2020 at 10:22 PM | Reply

      Ask Trump for test, to be tested? Don’t mind me, just being sarcastic!! We need to demand to be tested.

    • IYes, we are in this for a couple years. Wearing masks are a priority for at least a couple of years. Testing for immunity will be crucial in allowing people back to work. There will be some herd immunity, and that will help. Everyone will get this to some degree. Hopefully, those who are vulnerable will make it until a vaccine . We must stop the spread until we we have a vaccine. We’ll have to isolate for at least a year. This is hard, but it is the truth. Stay well, and please don’t jeopardize anyone else.

    • Maybe you not me

    • @Blue haven’t missed a single day of work unless it was my days off. Keep on Trucking!! And it has been a whole lot better since a lot of you butt head’s aren’t on the highways and when or if you do get back out here put the Damm phone down and pay attention!!

  17. Harold Plante | April 10, 2020 at 8:22 PM | Reply

    What an honorable man. God blesses us with folks like him, too rarely. A national treasure.

  18. It saddens me , your are the best man for being president . I’m sure you had more support and would be president if you stayed in the race . Just an opinion from a Canadian that respects you Mr Bernie Sanders .Best wishes .

  19. Wouldn’t it be nice if all of us could be tested?…come on Trump…use some common sense duh.

  20. what is HILARIOUS, is if Bernie was running anywhere else in the world, he would be considered a CENTRIST.

    The Democrats have not turned to the Left.

    The World has LEFT AMERICA behind.

    • Congress, and the House in particular represents the peoples voice and in a democracy that is what counts, count the Sanders progressives in the House. The Sanders my way or the highway, no fringe talk here, does not push those that might be push in the right direction, it is only this or that end of conversation. How about tackling all the uninsured (either by choice or not) and use creative thinking around Medicaid to assure everyone needing medical care is covered by Medicaid, even if they have the money for insurance buy thought the odds of getting sick were too small. How about a public option added to Obama care, some thought that would destroy private insurance, he never had the political instincts to work the gray areas, propose something that might get through Congress.

    • @Michael Burtt
      That is 100% correct. Why do you think in the US that when all citizens have health insurance, like in Germany, for example and health insurance must meet certain requirements that this is the beginning of a welfare state. This is as sick as anything. The same applies to the education system.

    • Nom de Guerre | April 11, 2020 at 7:35 PM | Reply


    • Sadly, you are correct.

      Almost all of Bernie’s main policies have been enacted in some form in Canada, the Europe/UK.

      The US is about 40 years behind in consumer legislation and polices, and if you look at a graph of US education, you can see the fall. The US USED to lead in education, but that was more than 40 years ago, now the US is barely in the Top 25 in the UN rankings, sometimes as low as 38 or so.

    • Robert Downes | April 13, 2020 at 4:14 PM | Reply

      Hard to say. I live in Europe. You could make the same argument for Trump. Europe is nowhere nearly as liberal as Americans think. Less liberal than America in most ways. For example, stop and frisk or completely toss your car is normal here.
      There is definitely many more and much more extreme right wing parties here and they do well in elections.The Socialist parties have been in decline since the 70’s.

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