08:36 — MSNBC's Brian Williams talks to 'Hardball' host Chris Matthews who gives his grim and honest take so far on how Donald Trump is doing in office.
04:51 — Jonathan Capehart and Jean-Bernard Cadier discuss France’s upcoming election and the influence of both Donald Trump and Former President Obama.
00:55 — Chris Matthews discusses the upcoming French election and how American politics is playing a role.
09:12 — Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac and John Prendergast join Hardball to discuss their new movie The Promise on Armenian genocide.
06:23 — Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes joins Chris to discuss their new book 'Shattered' on Hillary Clinton’s failed campaign.
04:03 — Eugene Robinson and Kathleen Parker discuss the President Trump’s provocative tweets and his ability to dominate the news.
01:05 — Chris Matthews shares his views on the U.S.’ mounting tensions with North Korea under President Trump's administration.
07:10 — Ron Howard shares his passion for producing and directing the upcoming show, 'Genius,' which details the most famous immigrant ever – Einstein.
05:50 — Rep. Karen Bass, D-Calif., Michael Schmidt and Gabe Sherman discuss 21st Century Fox dropping Bill O’Reilly amid sexual harassment claims.
01:39 — Chris Matthews discusses 21st Century Fox’s decision to oust Bill O’Reilly.
05:33 — Jay-Newton Small, McKay Coppins, and Jennifer Rubin discuss Trump’s mistake on foreign policy regarding North Korea.
01:15 — Chris Matthews discusses what the Georgia special election means for the future of party politics.
04:17 — Kasie Hunt and Robert Costa cover Georgia’s 6th District Congressional election results.
06:39 — Heidi Przybyla, Jamie McIntryre, and Courtney Kube discuss the White House’s approach of ‘strategic patience’ in dealing with North Korea’s nuclear th (more…)
04:45 — Jon Ossoff shares his perspective on the United States’ involvement in Syria and North Korea, as well as discusses his political strategy in Georgia's (more…)
01:03 — Chris Matthews offers his strategy on how President Trump should proceed in dealing with North Korea’s nuclear tendencies.
00:51 — Chris Matthews comments on President Trump referring to the military as "my military."
12:28 — Leon Panetta, former Defense Secretary, provides his expertise regarding the US military’s decision to drop a bomb on Afghanistan targeting ISIS.
03:44 — Kristen Welker joins Chris Matthews to discuss Steve Bannon's role as Trump advisor and Trump's changing views on foreign policy.
13:30 — David Corn, Matthew Rosenburg and Malcom Nance discuss the breaking Washington Post story that the FBI monitored Trump adviser Carter Page.
01:48 — Chris Matthews discusses President Trump’s lack of understanding of past U.S. history and how it could impact foreign policy decisions today.
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