This sharp rebuke of Trump's policy didn't come from the Democrats
Former national security adviser John Bolton issued his sharpest rebuke of the White House's approach to North Korea's nuclear ambitions in a new interview with Axios, asserting that "the idea that we are somehow exerting maximum pressure on North Korea is just unfortunately not true." CNN's Samantha Vinograd details to Brianna Keilar the continued tensions between North Korea and the US.
The White House is celebrating as it enters its first week past impeachment. The Senate acquitted President Trump of all charges on Wednesday and the president delivered official remarks on his acquittal from the White House the following day. One America's Chanel Rion has more. Chris Hayes discusses the disastrous leadership of Donald Trump in the era of coronavirus. After refusing to shake House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's hand, US President Donald Trump hailed what he called "the great American comeback" in his 2020 State of the Union address to Congress. In a speech covering a wide range of his policies he celebrated America's booming economy, which is his main platform in this election year. Trump also touted his moves on a range of signature foreign policy issues, including Iran sanctions, trade deals with Mexico and China, and pressuring NATO allies to increase military spending. The speech comes against the backdrop of his impeachment trial in the Senate. The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg, is a series of revealing, one-on-one conversations with thoughtful former American public officials from the highest levels of government service shaping this pivotal moment in American history. Led by MSNBC Contributor and former U.S. Attorney and senior FBI official Chuck Rosenberg, the discussions explore the experiences that shaped these leaders, what drew them to public service, the dilemmas they've encountered throughout their careers, and what keeps them up at night. James Comey served as the Director of the FBI (until he was fired by President Trump), the Deputy Attorney General of the United States, and the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York - at the very highest levels of the Justice Department.
A Yonkers, New York native, James discusses on The Oath his police chief grandfather, being bullied as a child, a harrowing experience as a crime victim, and how those experiences propelled him into a career in federal law enforcement, including as a mob prosecutor in Manhattan.