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Former Republican Congressman and current host of MSNBC's Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough, left the Republican party in July of 2017—around six months after the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

Since then, he's used his show to call out the President's (16,000+ and counting) lies—and Tuesday night was no different.

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Far-right television personality Sean Hannity is a crucial part of Fox News' evening efforts to spin reality in favor of President Donald Trump.

On Wednesday night, that required Hannity to dismiss Lev Parnas, the right hand man of the President's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.

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MSNBC

Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's hotly-anticipated testimony to the House Intelligence and House Judiciary Committees regarding Russian interference in the 2016 election lasted nearly seven hours, but legal expert and MSNBC commentator Neal Katyal summed up some of the most damning moments in under a minute.

It doesn't look good for President Donald Trump.

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If there is one thing everyone agrees is a strong talent for President Donald Trump, it is propaganda. The President understands branding, rebranding and the power of repetition to change the narrative.

Someone else who understands rebranding is MSNBC host Donny Deutsch of Saturday Night Politics. Deutsch—a former advertising executive—stated on MSNBC's Morning Joe that rebranding impeachment is the key for Democrats.

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On Sunday as MSNBC contributors commented on South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg's announcement of his official entry into the 2020 presidential campaign, each commentator expressed a different view. Some felt Buttigieg was too young while others thought his age was a positive compared to other candidates.

But one guest, conservative radio host Chandelle Summer had a unique take on Buttigieg's candidacy. She thought the diversity that Buttigieg brings to the presidential race would be a benefit to President Donald Trump's chance for reelection.

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Just two days ago President Donald Trump claimed the final battle with ISIL (ISIS) forces in Syria would end by Wednesday night. But on Friday people near the battle reported fighting continues.

In his usual dramatic fashion, Trump held up maps on Wednesday. And Friday the White House announced the 100% elimination of ISIS in Syria.

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During MSNBC commentary on the procession of the casket of former President George H.W. Bush to the Capitol Building, Republican pundit Nicole Wallace stated:

"I think what everyone’s getting at is that under Donald Trump, the office of the presidency has been debased in a way that is unimaginable for people who served, every past president…"
"I think what’s lost in this moment is our reverence and our dependence and the way we need and rely upon the elegance and the traditions of the presidency."

But Fox News host Laura Ingraham called foul on Wallace's assessment. In a since deleted series of tweets, Ingraham quoted Wallace and referred to her commentary as "sniping":

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