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Chris Hayes show is very good, and Rachel is on (Original Post) senseandsensibility Feb 28 OP
Even better if Chris didn't interrupt or talk over the others. rickford66 Feb 28 #1
Lawrence had important analysis, not as 'upset' as I (and maybe all of us; gotta re-watch it.) elleng Feb 28 #2
Yes, I'm watching a recording senseandsensibility Feb 28 #5
I agree. I shared that clip because I thought it was important (linked below in case anyone wants easy access) themaguffin Feb 29 #11
What has happened? avebury Feb 28 #3
Supreme Court is slow walking the decision on immunity senseandsensibility Feb 28 #7
A LOT! elleng Feb 28 #8
Happy 45th Birthday to him! peppertree Feb 28 #4
He does have a cute family senseandsensibility Feb 28 #9
True - and his little boy looks just like him peppertree Feb 29 #10
Agree malaise Feb 28 #6


(17,305 posts)
5. Yes, I'm watching a recording
Wed Feb 28, 2024, 09:53 PM
Feb 28

so I'm on a delay, and just getting to his analysis. He usually had really good takes.


(3,834 posts)
11. I agree. I shared that clip because I thought it was important (linked below in case anyone wants easy access)
Thu Feb 29, 2024, 12:13 PM
Feb 29

...that said, it's still disconcerting.



(17,305 posts)
7. Supreme Court is slow walking the decision on immunity
Wed Feb 28, 2024, 09:56 PM
Feb 28

after taking it and not even taking it up until late April, which really makes it even more difficult to complete his interference trial before the election.


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8. A LOT!
Wed Feb 28, 2024, 09:56 PM
Feb 28

The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to decide whether former President Donald J. Trump is immune from prosecution on charges of plotting to overturn the 2020 election.
The justices scheduled arguments for the week of April 22 and said proceedings in the trial court would remain frozen while they considered the matter.
The court’s brief order said the court will decide this question: “Whether and if so to what extent does a former president enjoy presidential immunity from criminal prosecution for conduct alleged to involve official acts during his tenure in office.”


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