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Sean Spicer's surprise cameo was just the beginning of a politics-fueled Emmy night.
Vanity Fair reports that
Two of the President's attorneys, Ty Cobb and John Dowd, were also recently overheard discussing a debate over how many documents they should provide to Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller is zeroing in on Facebook in his Russia investigation and may be using a subpoena or warrant to have them cough up more information. Ari Melber breaks it down.
Pres. Trump was the punchline of many Emmy jokes, including a surprise appearance by Sean Spicer. Liz Plank and Aisha Moodie Mills discuss.
Senate investigators are now bearing down on the business side of the Trump empire. Sen. Amy Klobuchar discusses with Ari Melber.
The Emmy Awards’ host, winners, and presenters didn’t mince words when it came to President Trump.
The Cook Political Report’s Charlie Cook joins MTP Daily to discuss whether Luther Strange has a shot in Alabama’s Senate primary runoff.
Today's edition of quick hits.
Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) joins MTP Daily to discuss the GOP’s new health care bill and the Democrats’ push for single payer health care.
Steve Kornacki breaks down President Trump’s mixed messages on foreign policy ahead of his United Nations speech tomorrow.
The head of Trump's legal defense team shared his candid thoughts about the investigation -- just outside the New York Times' D.C. bureau.
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's legal team isn't done growing, and for Trump World, that's not good news.
A pro-Putin congressman wants to help an operative who helped Putin's election attack, all as part of an agreement to exonerate Putin's government.