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Watch Rachel Maddow Highlights: June 25th | MSNBC


Watch highlights of Friday's The Rachel Maddow Show where she rounds up the recent spate of bad news for Donald Trump. Maddow talks with associate director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund about how the Georgia voter suppression law targets Black voters and what it means that the DOJ has joined the case. Watch the top news stories and highlights from The Rachel Maddow Show, airing weeknights at 9 p.m. on MSNBC.

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  1. YES! Police, you are on notice. Your behaviour is on trial every time you start your shift

    1. @Romeo the Republicans now we’re called the Democrats back then and they are the ones that created the KKK and they still are the KKK today under the Republicans

    2. @rewar Derek Chavin should have gotten 40 years for murdering George Floyd I am somewhat happy with the judge giving him 22.5 but that is still not enough because Derek can get out in 15 years for good behavior which of course he wouldn’t be able to get into any trouble because he is in his own cell he should be put in the public population in prison and make him sit there and suffer

    3. @rewar Derek Chauvin was given 22.5 years because he murdered George Floyd he wasn’t given that because of protesters he was given that many years because he committed a crime he murdered someone and I honestly believe he should have gotten 40 years

    4. @Tammy Brothers the republicans NEVER SWITCHED. OWN YOUR PARTIES RACIST POLICIES. It’s pathetic how you try and REWRITE history. Get some education. Today’s leader of the Kkk voted BIDEN. once again your party has a stain. NOT AMERICANS 🤡

  2. The United States was partly founded on the notion of, and case for, “No taxation without representation”. If one is a taxpayer, then one should have a voice in how those taxes are spent. The manner in which one has that voice takes place at the ballot box, where voters indicate whose approach to the expenditure of that tax money they prefer. As such, the “American” thing to do, in keeping with the spirit of the founding of the nation, is to take steps to include as many taxpaying voters as possible. One ballot per person, to be sure, and only for the district where they are affiliated with, but inclusion should be the order of the day. Any and all attempts to restrict voting, by whatever ruse, is simply anathema to the very basis of the country.

    1. @Paulus de Boskabouter
      *critic (n.)*
      formerly critick, 1580s, “one who passes judgment, person skilled in judging merit in some particular class of things,” from French critique (14c.), from Latin criticus “a judge, a censor, an estimator,” also “grammarian who detects spurious passages in literary work,” *from Greek kritikos “able to make judgments,” from krinein “to separate, decide” (from PIE root *krei- “to sieve,” thus “discriminate, distinguish”).* The meaning “one who judges merits of books, plays, etc.” is from c. 1600. The English word always has had overtones of “censurer, faultfinder, one who judges severely.”

    2. @Paulus de Boskabouter
      -Can we next time talk about how our brain starts anger. Some white people in America have a problem with anger.-
      the thing about a coin… it has two sides… love.. has a hate relationship… comedy of error…

    3. @Paulus de Boskabouter
      *_” Can we next time talk about how our brain starts anger. Some white people in America have a problem with anger.”_*
      farcical… fanatical… and… fictional…

    4. @Paulus de Boskabouter
      anger is just like laughter… it is a reaction… something triggers something else.. and.. things just explode…

  3. Thanks for uploading the highlights, it’s easier than watching every single one separately

  4. He built Trump tower only to realise he built his life and business on the format of jenga.
    One hit of the right brick and ta’da.

  5. It seems that FINALLY, something RIGHT is starting to happen. I hope it expands like ink in clear water.

  6. Business men should be treated as repeat offenders if they are repeat offenders. Trump should’ve been shut down a long time ago. Kushner is a repeat offender too.

    1. Yes, they have “Three Strikes” laws for street thugs, but the Trumps of the world can offend over and over.

  7. Can’t wait to hear the reports on all the lies & criminating things he is going to say at his rally Saturday.

    1. @MajesG so…Rachael Maddow has won numerous documentary and news awards…um, HOW many did Tucker Carlson win??? Hmmm? Did you know he used to be a democrat? shriek, right?

    2. @John Steffes – No John it’s actually the most sickening and disgusting thing I’ve seen for weeks besides the building collapse in N Miami.

  8. Imagine the activity this weekend: Panicked Trump banks in emergency meetings over the loss of their loans. Desperate contractors and suppliers figuring how to survive the Trump calamity. Trump employees cleaning out their desks and revising their resumes. Law enforcement agents finalizing search warrants and subpoenas, preparing for next week’s big raid.

    1. ‘A Court Ruled Rachel Maddow’s Viewers Know She Offers Exaggeration and Opinion, Not Facts
      “Maddow’s show is different than a typical news segment where anchors inform viewers about the daily news,” an Obama-appointed judge ruled.’

  9. Why did Madoff die in prison for defrauding people, yet dumpf is just paying fines like it’s a parking ticket?

    1. You do know a court says Rachel Madcow is fake news right? Exaggerations and entertainment I think he said. Remember when you got played and called everyone Russians. Sorry lil buddy.

    2. Ps Rachel actually one for dismissal of that suit the judge ruled that Maddox ,was giving her opinion based on accurate summation of the article a reasonable view or would not actually think that OAN is a paid Russian propaganda instead he or she would follow the facts of the daily beast article that away and and Sputnik Share a reporter and both papers use reporter to write articles anything beyond this is Maddows opinion or facts.

    1. She’s also exhausted. Her eyes lids are fluttering. That may be though the heavy eyelashes she’s forced to wear to look pretty. I so admire her mind, her logic, her persistence.

  10. How stiped it can be for the Republic politicians still teaming with Trump: lying and raising lobbying money to sustain another term of corruption in DC Washington !

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