News You Can Not Trust MSNBC’s Gabe Sherman: ‘Trump is not bound by rules of probity’ 2018-05-27T19:23:20.000000000-04:00 Donald Trump tweeted that a White House official described in a New York Times article does not exist, but there are many witnesses to the meeting described in the report. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the president allegedly manipulating the media... Michael Avenatti: ‘The truth is very ugly. And it gets more ugly by the day’ 2018-05-27T19:07:21.000000000-04:00 Attorney to Stormy Daniels Michael Avenatti wants to depose Donald Trump under oath, also telling Joy Reid that ‘this whole mantra by Giuliani of draining the swamp, it’s an absolute joke.’ Was Black Cube was hired to dig up dirt by Trump? 2018-05-27T18:46:33.000000000-04:00 Israeli private security firm Black Cube was reportedly hired to dig up dirt on proponents of the Iran Nuclear Deal during the Obama administration. Sources tell NBC News the person ultimately behind the campaign was allegedly Donald Trump. Joy Reid... Dem Texas governor candidate Lupe Valdez: ‘This is a winnable race’ 2018-05-27T18:33:53.000000000-04:00 Texas governor candidate Lupe Valdez breaks barriers as an LGBT, Latina, female candidate securing the Democratic nomination in a red state. Valdez joins Joy Reid with her message: ‘Let’s not divide the people.’ Vance: Giuliani Comments No Longer "Valuable" 2018-05-27T18:17:44.000000000-04:00 Former US Attorney Joyce Vance talks about Rudy Giuliani’s approach to connecting with Trump base. Starbucks Will Close 8,000+ Locations for Employee Training 2018-05-27T17:50:13.000000000-04:00 Color of Change's Rashad Johnson speaks with MSNBC's David Gura about the impact Starbucks is making by shutting its doors for a day of training, and the changes the company needs to make in order for their efforts to be successful. Al Sharpton speaks about his conversation with Starbucks CEO 2018-05-27T17:40:47.000000000-04:00 Al Sharpton, host of MSNBC’s Politics Nation speaks with Alex Witt about why racial bias is still happening in America. Sharpton weighs in on the recent waffle house arrest, NFL’s new anthem policy, and finally the racial bias training that will take Could Starbucks bias training affect how businesses handle racism? 2018-05-27T17:05:31.000000000-04:00 Al Sharpton, host of MSNBC’s Politics Nation sits down with Marc Morial, President of the National Urban League, and MSNBC’s David Gura to discuss Starbucks racial bias training. “I wanted to make sure this is not a one day feel good thing,” says Sharpton 'Texas chose me': Lupe Valdez 2018-05-27T16:11:43.000000000-04:00 Lupe Valdez (D-Texas) a candidate for governor, talks about things that matter to the everyday Texan. Valdez is the first openly gay and Latina nominee for governor with a history of breaking barriers. Rep. Smith on his “biggest concern” in regards to talks with N. Korea 2018-05-27T14:37:20.000000000-04:00 Democratic Congressman Adam Smith of Washington, the ranking member on the Armed Services Committee, on what should be discussed during a potential Korean summit.