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The Morning Joe panel digs into the latest rounds of state polling from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa, Georgia and more.
The president again refused to commit to a peaceful transition of power if he loses to Biden in November. The panel discusses.
The president on Tuesday held a large campaign rally at the Pittsburgh International Airport, and the Morning Joe panel discusses the impact of crowds on the spreading of the coronavirus and Trump's use of violent language.
The president on Monday told supporters at an Ohio rally that the coronavirus affects 'virtually nobody', remarks that contradict what health experts have said and what Trump himself told journalist Bob Woodward in March. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, appears to have changed course on comments he made in 2016 about the nomination of a Supreme Court justice in any president’s final year of their term as he now supports filling the seat vacated after the passing of Justice Ginsburg.
During a Thursday town hall, Joe Biden says he views his campaign against Donald Trump's campaign as Scranton vs. Park Avenue. The panel discusses the effectiveness of this message.
The president on Wednesday claimed that a coronavirus vaccine could be ready for distribution as early as mid-October, a claim he issued hours after the head of the CDC, Dr. Robert Redfield, testified it likely wouldn't be ready until spring or summer of 2021.