Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer explains why he thinks its reckless for Pres. Trump to publicly say that he takes hydroxychloroquine, the racial, ethnic and social disparities surrounding the coronavirus pandemic and the presidents firing of inspector generals.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss the possibility of mail-in voting and more. Plus, Joy Behar debuts a new look brought to you by her husband Steve!
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer explains the deal reached by Senate leaders and the White House to save the national economy from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Then, outspoken businessman Mark Cuban shares what worries him most about the coronavirus outbreak and his advice to small businesses.
Plus, Meghan McCain returns to co-host for the first time since announcing her pregnancy!
Today, we sit down with Senator Chuck Schumer, the minority leader, to discuss what it’s like to be the leader of a party out of power at this moment in the impeachment trial of President Trump. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Background reading: "Look, is it an uphill fight? Yes.” he said. “Are we making progress? Yes.” Why Mr. Schumer believes he can persuade his Republican colleagues to allow new witnesses in the trial.Here are the latest updates on impeachment, including the Senate’s response to a Times investigation revealing new claims about the president’s conduct from his former national security adviser John Bolton.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer addresses President Trump retweeting doctored photo of him and Nancy Pelosi standing in front of an Iran flag, and discusses articles of impeachment.
Then, comedian Leslie Jones discusses royals, Game of Thrones, and her new stand up comedy special, Time Machine.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss sources claiming Sen. Sanders said a woman can't win presidential election to Sen. Warren, and more.