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Jul 16, 2013 12:00am PDT
awaited the verdict in the trial of george zimmerman, for the killing of trayvon martin, my guest, jalani cobb of the university of connecticut said something that stuck with me and haunted me throughout the weekend. he said in cases like this, he didn't think black people in america expect justice. that they've just been here too many times before. and tonight, in the wake of a not guilty verdict, we'll spend the hour examining how we got to this place and where we go from here. we begin in sanford, florida, 505 days ago. >> new tonight, a deadly shooting in sanford. police have the gun. they've got the shooter. but they have not arrested him. fox w5's landry tells us the dead man's grieving family wants to know why not. >> is that a friend of yours? >> my son. >> this afternoon we met tracy martin at the crime scene. he says his 17-year-old son, trayvon martin was shot to death. >> he walked out of the house to go to the store. he was going to the store. >> the guy on the bottom who i believed had a red sweater on was yelling to me, help, help. i told him to stop and i was calli
MSNBC
Apr 25, 2013 5:00pm PDT
george w. bush's library and museum on the campus of southern methodist university. so much more than that. at its most fun, today was a wonderful opportunity to observe the hilarious challenge watching everyone obligated to speak at the dedication to come up with positive things to say about george w. bush. president obama tried complimenting his personal attributes like sense of humor. >> to know the man is like the man because he's comfortable in his own skin. he knows who he is, doesn't put on any pretenses. take his job seriously but doesn't take himself too seriously. >> president carter went with a self-deprecating anti-joke about the election which was uncomfortable because it meant president bush probably shouldn't have been president in the first place. >> in 2000, as some of you may remember there was a disputed election for several weeks. finally, when president bush became president they had the inauguration in washington's own schedule. i think my wife and i were the only two volunteer democrats on the platform. >> it was left to bill clinton the political genius he is w
MSNBC
Feb 15, 2016 8:00pm PST
george bush's last nominee to the bench. this is not unfamiliar to either party. the problem is the timing and the distance between now and when the president leaves office. >> let me sort of jump in. there's been a lot of back and forth accusations. people pointing to process or always hypocrite cal. everyone flips on the process question of whether things should move. it's all about the actual substance of who will be on the court. ignore all process arguments. that said, the closest at odd we have is a year and a half out, thurgood marshal retires. how do you think this plays among the democratic base in terms of heightening focus? >> there's nothing more motivating for the democratic base in terms of flipping the senate and taking the senate back than the supreme court. our base understands -- >> do you think that's true? >> i think it's absolutely true. every research i've seen and emily's list and everything we have looked into is a huge motivating factor. the reason why it's such a motivating factor is because it's a substantive argument. the democratic base likes a substanti
MSNBC
Jun 25, 2013 12:00am PDT
chris hayes. and thank you for joining us. tonight on "all in" the trial of george stimerman. charged with a second-degree murder of the florida teen trayvon martin has begun in florida. we'll have a full report on the riveting opening arguments and possibly the worst and most awkward knock-knock joke ever told. >>> also tonight, it might not surprise you to hear that supreme court justice clarence thomas really doesn't like affirmative action. you might be a bit taken aback by his opinion today in which he compares justifications for affirmative action to justifications for slavery. yes. he did that. >>> plus, jon stewart is back on tv in egypt and his appearance on the egyptian version of the "daily show" is the awesomest thing i saw on the internet today. >>> tonight we start with seat 17a on a flight this morning bound from moscow to havana, cuba. at seat, 17a, was booked for edward snowden. the admitted nsa leaker. the man wanted by the united states government for violations of the espionage act. it has the doors of aeroflight su150 closed and the plane took off, edward
MSNBC
Jul 11, 2013 5:00pm PDT
picture of george zimmerman as a wannabe cop whose assumptions resulted in death of trayvon martin. >>> that's coming up. also a 19-year-old makes a really bad joke on facebook and spends four horrific months in a texas jail charged with making terroristic threats. justin carton is out of jail. his father will be here to talk about what's next. >>> the rise of the warrior cop. the author is here to talk about how american police departments are looking more and more like american military. >>> we begin tonight with an absolute eruption of shock and fury on the floor of the house of representatives. jettisoned 4,700 hungry americans to get on with the business of shoveling more money into the hands of big agricultural and special interests. since 1973, the farm bill has been crafted to yolk together the fates of the working poor, largely clustered in urban area who depend on food stamps to avoid malnutritions with farmer and agricultural industry in america's hinterlands. it's a strange means of stitching together the two americas. today republicans in the house sawed them apart, st
MSNBC
Jul 11, 2013 12:00am PDT
chris hayes, tonight on "all in" the fear factor as the defense rests in the trial of george zimmerman, closing arguments set to begin tomorrow, already, bill o'reilly and others are raising the racial spector. the oil train, what went wrong to cause this truly horrific crash? and the river of fire that's killed at least 20 people and absolutely devastated a small town in quebec. >>> plus, the tea party in georgia, is all for solar energy, and now they're going head to head with the koch brothers over it, this is reality trumping politics. i will have the national coordinator for the tea party patriots coming up. >>> we begin tonight with immigration reform on life support. and the surgeon in the e.r. trying to save the day is george w. bush. >> it's my honor to introduce the 43rd president of the united states of america. >> in the 1790s, an immigrant from ireland designed the white house. in the 1990s, 200 years later an immigrant from russia helped create the internet search engine google. >> former president george w. bush is front and center today, weighing in on immigration refor
MSNBC
Nov 19, 2013 5:00pm PST
percentage of -- that either george w. bush or bill clinton. the democrats don't have to accept it. harry reid -- option, simple majority vote that would change the senate rules so that nominees could be approved. instead, the republicans have counted on to obstruct. senator reid he is reluctant. threat to change the rules, but each time, he and mitch mcconnell have come to a gentleman's agreement. in january 2011 -- >> today's bipartisan agreement is. >>> it is promptly broken by republicans and the obstruction continues. this is not a way to govern, there's glowing momentum for harry reid to act. even vice president joe biden said it's worth considering the nuclear option. and today, both barbara boxer and dianne fienstein join a growing number of senate democrats in support of the nuclear option. harry reid today said once again he is actively weighing the nuclear option. >> one of the leading advocates of filibuster reform. your mission if you choose to accept it, to convince me that this is not groundhog day. we played some tape of, says this has spent the majority leader's patient a
MSNBC
Jul 16, 2013 8:00pm PDT
frustration following the verdict in the george zimmerman case is being channeled into organized action. this is not a one-day thing. demonstration are expanding. political pressure on the system is mounting. at the naacp convention in orlando, florida, 32 miles from where trayvon martin was shot and killed, a movement is coming into focus as more than 1 million signatures have already been collected from naacp and move on petitions combined, to demand the justice department bring federal civil rights charges against george zimmerman. today speaking before the convention, attorney general eric holder, the justice department investigation into the killing of trayvon martin is open an ongoing and criticized the kind of laws that help create the climate he thinks led to martin's death. >> it's time to question laws that senselessly expand the concept of self-defense and sew dangerous conflict in our neighborhoods. these laws try to fix something that was never broken. there has always been a legal defense for using deadly force if, and the if is important, if no safe retreat is avai
MSNBC
Jul 1, 2013 8:00pm PDT
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MSNBC
Aug 16, 2017 12:00am PDT
confederate monuments. this week it is robert e. lee. i wonder, is iter george washington and thomas jefferson next? >> using talking points -- >> you're changing history, you're changing culture. you define alt right. >> all in starts right now. good evening from new york. today president of the united states remind think us who he is. despite all the handlers and the personnel changes. after an attempt at damage control on saturday, today according to a senior white house official, donald trump went rogue. stunning his advisers. he dropped the pretenses and when what started as a press attempt about infrastructure quickly devolved into something else entirely. as trump veered off his talking points and engaged in a rant like nothing we've sfraeb a president. defending white nationalists and saying those who opposed they will were equally to blal for the violence. violence that left one person dead at the hands of a neo-nazi support here has been charged with ramming his van into a crowd. >> you look at both sides. i think there's blame at both sides. i have no doubt about it and yo
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2013 8:00pm PDT
women's rights. >>> also tonight, three days after trayvon martin's and george zimmerman's mothers both identified the same screaming voice on a 911 tape as belonging to their respective sons, zimmerman defense took a different approach today. i'll tell you why zimmerman's own team is making sure you know zimmerman was lousy in the gym. >>> plus, what the nazis learned from the california prison system and why it's all horrifyingly relevant today. >>> but we begin tonight in san francisco, where investigators are trying to determine what exactly happened onboard asiana flight 214 that caused it to crash land into san francisco's international airport over the weekend. with 307 people onboard. tonight we know there are two confirmed fatales in the crash, 16-year-old wang jinlia. both were on the way to attend a church summer camp. 180 people were injured yesterday in a striking scene. asiana's president and ceo flanked by several of the company's board members bowed in apology to the passengers and their families. what we know today is that flight 214 was cleared for a visual landin
MSNBC
Nov 6, 2015 12:00am PST
rumsfeld. >> i think my dad like a lot of people that love george want to try to create a different narrative perhaps. >>> then marco rubio under the microscope. >> for years i've heard about marco and his credit cards. >> as fellow republicans dig into his past. >> i've recognized in hindsight i would do it different to avoid all this confusion. >>> plus, senator elizabeth warren joins me and shares what troubles her about marco rubio. and i'll speak with a former police officer about what quentin tarantino said on this show last night. >> we want justice. stop shooting unarmed people. but they don't want to deal with that. >> when "all in" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. breaking news tonight. the line-up for next tuesday's republican presidential debate was announced just a short time ago, and the big news is that new jersey governor chris christie has fallen off the main stage. eight candidates made that main stage by pulling above 2 1/2% in four recent national polls. john kasich, jeb bush, marco rubio. front-runners donald trump and ben carso
MSNBC
May 28, 2015 8:00pm PDT
george bush's presidency has today been indicted, quoting the "chicago tribune" on federal charges alleging he agreed to pay $3.5 million in apparent hush money, to a longtime acquaintance blackmailing him then lied to the fbi when asked about suspicious cash withdrawals from several banks. the indictment from the northern district of illinois court reading, during the 2010 meetings and subsequent discussions, defendant john dennis hastert agreed to provide individual "a," unnamed in the indictment $3.5 million in order to compensate for and conceal his priority misconduct against individual "a." to help us make sense of all of this robert costner, political reporter for "the washington post." robert, did this come as out of left field to gop politicos as it seemed to come out of left field to all of us today, when this crossed the wires? >> i've spoken to several top republicans and close friends of former speaker hastert and they're stunned. they never expected this. and he's someone who's always kept close counsel. someone who was a candid figure a colorful figure even when he w
MSNBC
Feb 18, 2014 12:00am PST
petty beings who know only enough to abuse it. george washington and the idiots on his bridge. happy birthday, mr. president, from the people who know the difference. that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in with chris hayes" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. tonight, the investigation into bridge-gate widens. last night, the executive director of the port authority ordered the port authority's police chief to investigate the role of some of their own officers in the ft. lee lane closures. one from the "bergen record" about police officers on the ground during the traffic in ft. lee telling frustrated motorists to complain to the mayor sokolich. and the other from our own steve kornacki about an acquaintance of the governor who was at the scene. meet lieutenant thomas chip michaels, a police officer at the port authority. chip was on duty at the george washington bridge on september 9th, 2013. that would be the first day of traffic in ft. lee. but september 9th wasn't just a normal day at work for chip because he had a meeti
MSNBC
Apr 9, 2014 5:00pm PDT
dealt a setback, possibly temporary, to the democratic-led legislative investigation into the george washington bridge lane closings. yet the judge ruled against the legislative investigations' pursuit of documents because, because an ongoing federal investigation is reviewing potential criminal conduct by the same former aides to governor chris christie. we're going to report on that issue, the interplay between these two inquiries in a moment. but first, here's exactly what you need to know about today's ruling. it addresses two people you may have heard of, two people at the center of the bridgegate issues. former christie campaign manager, bill steppian, whom christie said he fired for his tone, not for involvement in these lane closings, and bridgette ann kelly, christie's former deputy chief of staff. kelly, of course, had a direct link to the lane closings, because of that infamous e-mail, quote, time for some traffic problems in ft. lee, to which david wildstein replied, got it. the legislature has seen testimony and documents from both of them, and wildstein invoked his fift
MSNBC
Sep 10, 2013 12:00am PDT
, george zimmerman is briefly taken into police custody after he allegedly threatened his estranged wife and her father with a handgun. reaction to this story is coming up. >>> but we begin tonight with a remarkable and possibly accidental development in the ongoing march towards a u.s. military attack on syria. the white house has clearly been in full court press mode, scheduling interviews for the president with six news networks for tonight, heralding president obama's speech to the nation tomorrow night, all to persuade a deeply skeptical american public and congress of the necessity of a military strike against syria. in what seemed to be a political train wreck in the making and/or the possibility of yet another war in the middle east, suddenly, today looks like a crisis that might be improbably altogether avoided. when secretary of state john kerry, asked at a london press conference if syria could do anything to stop an attack, said this. >> sure. he could turn over every single bit of his chemical weapons to the international community in the next week. turn it over, all of
MSNBC
Nov 1, 2017 12:00am PDT
developments in the russia investigation. how george papadopoulos is only a small part of a much wider investigation. today we learn the names of just who else is caught up in that web. >>> and more on how new york city has learned to fight terrorism over the last 16 years. some air fresheners are so overwhelming, they can... send you and your family running. introducing febreze one for fabric and air. no aerosols. no dyes. no heavy perfumes. it cleans away odors for a pure light freshness... so you can spray and stay. febreze one, breathe happy. when you're clocking out. sensing your every move and automatically adjusting to help you stay effortlessly comfortable. there. i can also help with this. does your bed do that? oh. i don't actually talk. though i'm smart enough to. i'm the new sleep number 360 smart bed. let's meet at a sleep number store. >>> today's deadly truck attack is just the kind of vehicle versus civilian attack that both isis and al-qaeda have encouraged their followers to execute as nbc's tom costelloe reports tonight such attacks are difficult to prevent. >> repor
MSNBC
Nov 5, 2015 8:00pm PST
lindsey graham and george pataki did not even have enough support to make it into the undercard debate. as for one-time front-runner jeb bush, he did make that main stage but not by all that much. bush is polling at 4% in the two most recent national polls, and he's trailing both trump and carson by nearly 20 points. today as he has throughout his struggling campaign bush once again had to reckon with the legacy of his famous name. a new biography of the former president george h.w. bush, now 91 years old and fighting a form of parkinson's disease, reveals some amazing details including that bush privately referred to his 1988 democratic presidential opponent michael dukakis as "midget nerd." but the bigger muse was bush's scathing comments to biographer john meacham about former vice president dick cheney and former defense secretary donald rumsfeld, two of the key figures in his son george w. bush's administration. cheney built his own empire and asserted too much hard-line influence within george w. bush's white house according to george h.w. bush. while rumsfeld "served the
MSNBC
Nov 3, 2017 5:00pm PDT
trial date is set and what the president said he remembers of the meeting that he attended with george papadopoulos in two minutes. >>> when it comes to moments that might be key in the russia investigation, president trump may or may not remember. >> mr. president, do you remember george papadopoulos during that march meeting? >> i don't remember much about that meeting. it was a very unimportant meeting. took place a long time -- don't remember much about it. >> see what he did there? he doesn't remember much, but he does remember just enough to declare it was a very unimportant meeting. that march 2016 meeting was the one in which trump foreign policy advisor george papadopoulos proposed a meeting between then candidate trump and russian president vladimir putin. and for someone who the trump administration wants us to believe was a forgettable low-level advisor, he kept turning up. in a september 2016 interview on the subject of russian relations, papadopoulos said trump if elected president will restore the trust. the american jewish committee used trump foreign policy advisor geo
MSNBC
Apr 9, 2014 8:00pm PDT
elected and these people decided they would go after him. in december of 2008, when george bush sent his leading republican appointees, the secretary of treasury and the federal head to congress and said, the economy is about to melt down, and we need to work together on something that we know is going to be very unpopular, the t.a.r.p., nancy pelosi told chris dodd and me, look, we've got to do what we can to save the country. the republicans, that was a very bipartisan effort. >> yeah. >> a couple of months later, that collapsed. >> and barney, what you're speaking to, something that comes up a lot. the false equivalence, or, don't both sides do this, or isn't this just politics? and sure, there's a certain amount of politics we all know in washington, but you're speaking to specifics with examples of what a contrast there is. let me ask you about the way the democrats are dealing with it, because one view is, well, just stonewall, just kind of let them do their thing, and don't let them get a rise out of you. what we saw with attorney general holder there, saying, hey, don't go th
MSNBC
Feb 17, 2014 8:00pm PST
on duty at the george washington bridge on september 9th, 2013. that would be the first day of traffic in ft. lee. but september 9th wasn't a normal day at work for chip, because he had a meeting with a high-ranking official at the port authority, according to documents submitted to the new jersey assembly. you may recognize him. >> david wildstein, w-i-l-d-s-t-e-i-n. >> yes, according to documents submitted by david wildstein himself, on september 9th, chip michaels appeared to be texting the former port authority david wildstein, it's expletive up here. later, the two met in person. michaels took david wildstein for a ridearound to survey the impact on traffic. in the coming days, documents indicate that chip texted wildstein with updates on the traffic, a message on september 10th reads, "local ft. lee traffic disaster," and chip michaels and david wildstein had more in common than an interest in traffic. they both hail from livington, new jersey, where they attended high school with none other than chris christie. in more recent years, michaels coached christie's kids' hock
MSNBC
Jul 18, 2013 12:00am PDT
days since the jury declared george zimmerman not guilty with an american right wing working overtime to create a counter narrative about black racism, white victim hood and persecution. a dead black teenager and a shooter found not guilty is a parable for reverse racism toward white people. yet another example to justify fear of the black other. leading the charge is the right wing group perhaps most invested in making sure there are millions of people like george zimmerman walking around fearful and armed. the national rifle association. fresh off their victory of a concealed law in the latest hold out state in illinois, the nra is attacking attorney general eric holder for these comments he made yesterday at the naacp convention. >> it is our collective obligation we must stand our ground to ensure that our laws reduce violence and take a hard look at laws that contribute to more violence than they prevent. >> today the nra fired back saying, the attorney general fails to understand that self-defense is not a concept, it's a fundamental human right to send a message that l
MSNBC
Oct 19, 2015 8:00pm PDT
well and created by somebody who is of that second generation, who is not george lucas, who is a fan like us, i don't know. it has a way of playing with the imaginati imagination. it feels weird to be manipulated that much by a major corporation but they're doing it very, very well. >> i won't be getting in anyone's way in the movie lines to get into the theater. >> you don't want to pay $250 for my ticket? >> they're scalping them already for like a thousand bucks. crazy. thank you both for joining us. >>> chris hayes is up next. >>> tonight on "all in" -- >> does anybody actually blame my brother for the attacks on 9/11? >> the republican feud over 9/11 continues. >> the world trade center came down. so when he said we were safe, that's not safe. >> and donald trump starts hitting harder. >> why did we attack iraq and now we have the mess where the whole middle east is screwed up? >>> then the wheels continue to fly off the benghazi committee. >> shut up talking about things you don't know anything about. >> plus, what we now know about joe biden's campaign plan. the texas teen
MSNBC
Jul 2, 2013 12:00am PDT
the day after george zimmerman shot trayvon martin in sanford, florida, he learned to the scene of the shooting with police. that visit was captured on tape and was played in court today. it's a narrative that is both gripping and chilling. that's coming up. >>> if the competition for america's worst governor for a sport that could be wagered on, i'd be putting a lot of money on pennsylvania's tom corbett. now, he's not a brand-name favorite like rick perry or texas or rick scott of florida or an unknown like paul lepage of maine. he is quietly making his run for america's worst governor thanks to stories like this one. the arrest of an activist whose crime was drawing a message in chalk outside the governor's mansion last week. the police citation indicates a.j. marin was charged with disorderly conduct and states "the above did engage in an action that served no legitimate purpose and that he did write derogatory remarks about the governor on the sidewalk." and here are those remarks. so derogatory and disrespectful they prompted the arrest of this man. you may want to send young
MSNBC
May 29, 2015 12:00am PDT
chris hayes. dennis hastert, speaker of the house with bill clinton and george bush has been indicted according to the "chicago tribune" on charges he agreed to pay $3.5 million in apparent hush money to a longtime acquaintance blackmailing him then lied to the fbi when asked about suspicious cash withdrawals from several banks. the indictment from the u.s. district court northern district of illinois, "during the 2010 meetings and subsequent discussions, defendant john dennis hastert agreed to provide individual a $3.5 million in order to compensate for and conceal his prior misconduct against individual a." help us make sense of all this, a national political reporter for "the washington post." robert, did this come out of left field to geopoliticals as it seemed to all of us? >> i've spoke within several top republicans and former close friends of speaker hastert and they stunned. he's someone who's always kept close counsel, who wasn't a candid figure, a colorful figure even when he was inside of the house. what's most interesting is this references in the indictment perh
MSNBC
Feb 27, 2015 5:00pm PST
former ceo of men's wearhouse agrees with president obama. >>> and george mckay joins me. talking about his old friend. >>> good evening from new york. we begin with breaking news tonight in the biggest test of john boehner's leadership. since election the republicans have failed to pass funding for the homeland defense. it failed tonight by have vote of 224 to 203. while spearer boehner has failed to lead this was, quote, a stunning and humiliating set back. that blow came from 52 republicans that voted against him. the democrats held firm on their determination to only hasz a long-term bill. so it expires tonight and creates a partial government shut down. let's get right to it with kelly o'donnell who has been all over this story. quite an evening on capitol hill, what is the latest? >> we expect there is a conversation happening now about potential options. can you tweak the bill? can you change the length of time? can you do something to attract enough votes to get this across the finish line and avoid a shut down. we know the president has convened in the oval office he is trying
MSNBC
Sep 24, 2015 5:00pm PDT
george weigel, who has been our intellectual leader and spiritual leader all these days and will continue over the next two days to do that. anyway, we continue now with "all in" with chris hayes. >>> all right. i'm chris hayes here in new york city, as we watch live coverage of the pope, who's just across the street here in st. patrick's cathedral in new york. his first stop in this city on a three-day tour through the united states. he's just concluding a vespers service. vespers from the latin evening, for evening prayer service. thanks is given for the day that has fallen and prepare for the day ahead. the pope did say a few words in spanish before the assembled congregation. he began that service by reaching out to his muslim brothers and sisters to wish them a happy eid and a celebration of the sacrifice they have today and to say he felt close to those who are mourning in the wake of the tragedy of the stampede that happened earlier today in mecca in which hundreds died. he went on to thank the women of the church, for which he received a standing ovation from the delighte
MSNBC
Oct 31, 2017 5:00pm PDT
george papadopoulos is only a small part of a much wider investigation. today we learned the names of just who else is caught up in that web. >>> and more on how new york city has learned to fight terrorism over the last 16 years. had. the classes, the friends, the independence. and since we planned for it, that student debt is the one experience, i'm glad she'll miss when you have the right financial advisor, life can be brilliant. ameriprise pressure relieving comfort, and our 90-day, complete satisfaction trial, will make tossing and turning a thing of the past. plus, during our veteran's day savings event, save up to $500 on select adjustable mattress sets. find your exclusive retailer at tempurpedic.com. swho live within five miles of custyour business?-54, like these two... and that guy. or maybe you want to reach women, ages 18 to 34, who are interested in fitness... namaste. whichever audience you're looking for, we'll find them we're the finders. we work here at comcast spotlight, and we have the best tools for getting your advertising message out there. anywhere, any way you
MSNBC
Oct 30, 2015 12:00am PDT
original conventional wisdom was to treat jeb bush like george w. bush in 2000. george w. bush stepped onto the scene in 2000, the shock and awe term you heard for jeb, his expectation at start of this year, that's what george w. did and at this point in the 2000 cycle in the fall of 1999 it's amazing, if you go back and look at the polls, in the republican primaries george w. bush was polling at 60%. his nearest competitor was john mccain down at 12%. and you look at it right now, jeb bush is at about 7%. so we are finally now seeing, it's been a slow-moving train wreck here but you've seen it over the last nine months, the big difference between jeb bush and george w. bush but also between the year 2000 and the year 2016 in the republican party. >> part of that also i think has to do with the degree of power the, quote, establishment has, the degree to which the base was kind of willing to take signals from its leaders, which has really changed in -- >> it's the ultimate undoing. people say oh, it's bush fatigue, it's the iraq war. the ultimate undoing of jeb bush is the lega
MSNBC
May 23, 2014 5:00pm PDT
, george tiller who will execute babies for $5,000. dr. george tiller, known as tiller the baby killer, tiller the baby killer, as some call him. as we reported, tiller aborts thousands of babies pretty much for any reason. doesn't get worse than that. this is the absolute shame of america. >> the last person to run this clinic was assassinated. he was murdered by an anti-abortion activist. dr. george tiller was elevated to national prominence as the face of late-term abortion in america, not just by extremists who had targeted him for years, but also by mainstream abortion opponents. >> this man will terminate fetuses at any time for $5,000. >> dr. timor was one of only a handful of doctors in the whole country who offered late-term abortion care. he ran a clinic in wichita, kansas, until he was shot to death five years ago. >> now we turn to the shooting death of a doctor in wichita, kansas, named george tiller. he had long been a target of anti-abortion demonstrators. he had been shot before. his clinic had been bombed and blockaded. >> after weathering years of attacks at his wichi
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Oct 30, 2017 5:00pm PDT
actively trying to collude with the russian government. >> george papadopoulos. he is an oil and energy consultant, excellent guy. >> tonight the massive fallout from robert mueller's twin bombshells. >>> plus, what did the president know and when did he know it? >>> and how does carter page fit into all of this? >> has the special counsel reached out to you? >> my exclusive interview, when "all in" starts right now. >> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. tonight the former chairman of the donald trump presidential campaign, paul manafort has been placed under house arrest, ordered to home confinement while out on $10 million bail. same goes for second trump adviser richard gates, indicted along with manafort and free on $5 million bail. but it was a guilty plea by a third adviser that was truly an astonishing move today by special counsel robert mueller. first came the indictments of the two senior campaigns to the president on 12 charges, including conspiracy against the united states, according to the unsealed indictment, former trump campaign chairman paul manafort a
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