Former CIA Director John Brennan joins Jen Psaki to discuss how damaging Donald Trump's handling of classified documents was to our national security.

  "I can tell from the code words that are on there...the types of very sensitive collection systems that this information is derived from." John Brennan to Jen Psaki on what stuck out to him the most in the Trump indictment. ... .en Psaki "Is there anything about any of the timelines of these documents that gave you pause because you knew what the moment was?" .John Brennan : "I've been able to put some pieces together and I'm sure our adversaries and others have been able to put the pieces together."

Washington Post national political reporter Michael Scherer joins Jen Psaki for a conversation on his latest reporting on Robert F Kennedy Jr.

  Twitter owner Elon Musk has proposed hosting Twitter Spaces interviews with political candidates of all stripes, reflecting the billionaire’s supposed commitment to ideological neutrality and to promoting Twitter as a true “public square.” So far, however, Musk appears to be more interested in platforming candidates that align with his own views rather than those who might challenge them. On Monday, Musk is set to share an audio chatroom with Robert Kennedy Jr., the anti-vaccine activist and Democratic candidate for president. The decision to host Kennedy again highlights, for the second time in as many weeks, Musk’s unique potential to shape public opinion through a combination of his own personal celebrity and his private control of a social media megaphone. But this time, it also deepens doubts about Musk’s claims to open-mindedness — and his willingness to use Twitter as anything other than a tool for his own activism. Musk, who built much of his early reputation as an entrepren

Jen Psaki: “You are Republican most of your life, and you may still consider yourself one, but voted for Biden in 2020...Do you intend to vote for him again?

  Ex-FBI Director James Comey, a vocal critic of   former President Donald Trump,   was asked in a new interview that aired Sunday about his thoughts on the 2024 presidential election. "It has to be Joe Biden," Comey said in response to a question from Biden's former White House press secretary, Jen Psaki, during an interview for her show on MSNBC.  "And I’m glad he’s willing to serve. It has to be somebody committed to the rule of law, committed to the values of this country," he continued. "And I’m not talking about policy. People can disagree about policy. There are things above those disagreements that all of us should think about the same way. The president must be someone who abides the law and our Constitution. And there’s no one else but Joe Biden."  Noting that Comey was once a longtime Republican but voted for Biden in 2020, Psaki asked if he'd consider any of the Republican contenders entering the 2024 race.  Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis

Ron DeSantis responds to Donald Trump saying he'd only need six months to turn the country around, rather than one or two 4-year terms "Why didn't he do it his first four years?"

DeSantis or Trump? Hear what Republican voters in Iowa are saying DeSantis visits Iowa vowing to accomplish more than Trump Why these Iowa voters are interested in DeSantis   Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis   shot back Thursday at former President Donald Trump's claim that it will take him only "six months to have" things back to the way they were before he left office. Asked about Trump's remarks during a campaign stop in New Hampshire, DeSantis responded, "Why didn’t he do it in his first four years?" While  campaigning in Iowa  Thursday morning, Trump said if he is re-elected president, he can undo everything President Biden accomplished in four years in just six months. Trump's remarks came in response to DeSantis' claims that it will take two presidential terms to roll back the Biden administration's agenda. "I've been watching DeSanctus go out and say, 'I've got eight years. It's going to be eight years.' Let me tell you

Gov DeSantis weighs in on the new debt ceiling agreement : We are 'careening toward bankruptcy'

  Governor DeSantis was on with Fox and Friends this morning and was asked about the debt ceiling agreement made over the weekend. Watch: DeSantis said  “To say you can do 4 trillion in increases in the next year and a half – I mean that’s a massive amount of spending.”  He blames this on the government sticking with massive budget that began during 2020 with all the COVID spending. Watch the full interview below: In an interview on "Fox & Friends," DeSantis, who  officially announced last week  that he would seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, said the tentative bill requires a "massive amount of spending" that will add trillions in U.S. debt without offering any significant spending cuts. "Prior to this deal, our country was careening toward bankruptcy and after this deal, our country will still be careening toward bankruptcy," DeSantis said.  "And to say you can do $4 trillion of increases in the next year and a half, that i

Republicans' work requirements 'obsession' is 'offensive' to poor people,' CNN commentator complains

  Sellers: GOP claim there aren't Dem wins in debt deal is 'laughable' 'It's ridiculous': Fmr GOP Rep rips DeSantis for threatening criminal reform law Republicans’ "obsession" with work requirements are "offensive" to poor people and could produce a backlash, CNN political commentator Ashley Allison said on Sunday.. She appeared on a panel discussion during "State of the Union" to react to the news that Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., reached an agreement to raise the debt ceiling after months of debate. McCarthy has argued that while some Republicans were unhappy with the concessions in the agreement, there is "not one thing in the bill for Democrats." One of the Republicans’ concessions, however, included removing work requirements for social programs like Medicaid and SNAP, something  that Allison insisted is "offensive."  "I think it’s important to also note that Social Security, Medicare