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MSNBC
Oct 30, 2016 2:00am PDT
. >> today it's george w. bush's past that's being looked at. >> in the final frenzied push to the bush-gore faceoff, a past scandal emerges, something that could break the dead heat. >> on the thursday night before the election, there came a 30-year-old story about george w. bush being arrested for driving under the influence. >> they want to know if there's more to this, george w. bush's 1976 dui arrest in which he paid $150 fine and had his license suspended in maine for a time. >> it was so close to the election there was no real polling on its effect. >> there was no measuring what impact would be. >> we're going to take a break from decision 2000 to give you some of the other headlines outside the presidential race. >> of course the one we're all talking about is mel carnahan. >> in missouri, the death of mel carnahan three weeks before the election triggers a crisis. >> under missouri law, it's too late. too close to election day to take carnahan's off the ballot, so it will remain, leaving open the possibility that his name could win. >> many republicans may challenge sayin
MSNBC
Oct 30, 2016 1:00am PDT
. >> george h.w. bush went on television. i assumed at the time he was going to make a statement to try to restore order in los angeles. >> what we saw last night and the night before in los angeles is not about civil rights. it's not about the great cause of equality that all americans must uphold. it's not a message of protest. it's been the brutality of a mob, pure and simple. >> the speech that bush made seemed to make things worse. >> the violence will end. justice will be served. hope will return. >> the president's words echo in households across the country. >>> what is your plea to the charge of aggravated murder as contained in count one of the indictment? >> guilty as charged, your honor. >> an attorney spoke for dahmer and his family. >> jeffrey dahmer is a human being. he is a tortured and sick human being. >> i just talked about redemption and mercy, and i wanted to say he was sorry for his conduct, and i don't believe he was. >> for the first time ever, dahmer faced martha and richard hicks, steven's parents. mrs. hicks called dahmer a monster and spoke of the horror her fam
MSNBC
Oct 30, 2016 9:00pm PDT
issues collided on the streets of los angeles. >> george h.w. bush appeared on television. >> what we saw last night and the night before los angeles is not about civil rights. it is not about the great cause of equality that all americans must uphold. it is not a message of protest. it is been the brutality of a mob, pure and simple. >> the violence will end. justice will be served and hope will return. the president's words echoes in households across the country. >>> what is your plea to the charge of aggravated murder of count one of the indictment. >> guilty as charge. >> attorney robert spoke for dahmer and his family. >> jeffery dahmer is a human being. >> he's a tortured and sick human being. >> i thought of every redemption and mercy. i wanted to say he was sorry for his conduct, i don't believe he was. >> for the first time, dahmer faced steven's parents. >> he spoke with a horror. >> we saw pieces of our son on tv, every night some smaller than a toothpick. >> since the state did not have any -- i will not be able to pull the switch on the electric chair but i know i can do
MSNBC
Oct 24, 2016 12:00am PDT
is things move so fast. >> today it's george w. bush's past that's being looked at. >> in the final frenzied push to the bush-gore faceoff, a past scandal emerges, something that could break the dead heat. >> on the thursday night before the election, there came a 30-year-old story about george w. bush being arrested for driving under the influence. >> they want to know if there's more to this, george w. bush's 1976 dui arrest in which he paid $150 fine and had his license suspended in maine for a time. >> it was so close to the election there was no real polling on its effect. >> there was no measuring what impact would be. >> we're going to take a break from decision 2000 to give you some of the other headlines outside the presidential race. >> of course the one we're all talking about is mel carnahan. >> in missouri, the death of mel carnahan three weeks before the election triggers a crisis. >> under missouri law, it's too late. too close to election day to take carnahan's off the ballot, so it will remain, leaving open the possibility that his name could win. >> many republican
MSNBC
Oct 16, 2016 1:00am PDT
that have collided on the streets of los angeles. >> george h.w. bush went on television, i assumed at the time that he was going to make a statement to try to restore order in los angeles. >> what we saw last night and the night before in los angeles is not about civil rights. it's not about the great cause of equality that all americans must uphold. it's not a message of protest. it's been the brutality of a mob, pure and mple. >> the speech that bush made seemed to make things worse. >> the violence will end, justice will be served, hope will return. >> the president's words echo in households across the country. >> what is your plea to the charge of aggravated murder as contained count one of the indictment. >> guilty as charged, your honor. >> an attorney spoke for dahmer and his family. >> jeffrey dahmer is a human being, he is a tortured and sick human being. >> he talked about redemption and mercy and wanted to say he was sorry about his conduct, and i don't think he was. >> mrs. hicks called dahmer a monster and spoke of the horror her family endured. >> we saw pieces of ou
MSNBC
Oct 22, 2016 2:00pm PDT
right now because this is what george h. bush did to approve to those outside -- >> that speech appealed to america. the most three words he said in the speech is jobs, jobs, jobs. we've gone 15 years without increase in our average median income. >> that's not true. >> that is true. >> it is true. >> okay, fact checker. you check it out. >> it's here. >> 70,000 factories lost. we've lost 5,000 manufacturing jobs. i would say to you people in fort wayne and scranton aren't feeling what you're feeling. there's really misery out in the heartland here and to me and e.j., i thought that speech today really talked to the people of america who were on the unemployment lines, who were looking for hope and prosperity. and the clinton plan, if you just contrast it, best we can do, e.j., she wants to raise taxes, increase regulation, she wants to shut down the coal miners and she wants to keep doing trade deals like the south korean and we're talking policy here. this is what it's about. you can choose donald trump on the economy or you can choose hillary clinton. >> go ahead, e.j., quickly. >> i
Search Results 0 to 33 of about 34 (some duplicates have been removed)