Panel: Charles Koch REGRETS Driving Partisanship With His Billions
Team Rising discusses Charles Koch's new book and his statements about partisanship.
Jane Mayer, chief Washington correspondent for The New Yorker, says Charles Koch's regrets over fueling the nation's partisan divide is part of a biennial effort to rebrand his political motives. She tells Lawrence O'Donnell Koch still oversees a "stunningly powerful political machine" that is already starting to fund another generation of Republican candidates that Koch hopes will serve his interests. Aired on 11/25/2020. "I'm glad Mr. Koch recognizes the error of his ways," says Sen. Sanders. "Rather than just talking the talk, if he really wants to make a difference he could say, ‘I'm going to start using my money—and I'm talking about a lot of money—to bring about justice in this country.'" Aired on 11/13/2020. Did Bill Burr cross the line with his "SNL" monologue? The comedian took aim at "cancel culture" and the "woke movement" during his opening performance over the weekend. "White women swung their Gucci-booted feet over the fence of oppression and stuck themselves at the front of the line," he said. The monologue also upset people in the LGBTQ community when he said, "The month of June is gay pride month. That's a little long, don't you think, for a group of people that were never enslaved?" Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., spoke on the Senate floor about the presidential election results and claimed that President Trump is "within his rights" to look into "irregularities." Aired on 11/9/2020