Americans to Washington: who's in charge?· State of America
As the United States barrels toward a government shutdown, Americans are asking who's in charge here? Plus, reports Donald Trump's attorney paid a porn star for silence. Join Nia-Malika Henderson and the panel.
Countdown to Shutdown· State of America
President Trump warns a government shutdown could happen, while Paul Ryan scrambles to get fellow Republicans on board with a short-term plan to keep the doors open. And the President's chief of staff John Kelly is under fire, after saying Trump's campaign pledge for a border wall was "uninformed" and that Mexico won't pay for it. Join Nia-Malika Henderson and the panel.
Flake's fiery speech burns Trump· State of America
Arizona's junior senator Jeff Flake calls out President Trump, his fellow Republican, for his attacks on the press - and the White House says Flake just wants attention. Plus, Steve Bannon makes a deal to sit down with Bob Mueller's team. Join Nia-Malika Henderson and the panel.
Trump's immigration war of words· State of America
President Trump now says he wants immigrants from "everywhere", as the firestorm over his vulgar comments continues. And Steve Bannon testifies to the House Intel committee amid reports he is subpoenaed - by Bob Mueller. Join Nia-Malika Henderson and the panel.
The slur heard 'round the world· State of America
President Trump sparks global outrage after saying immigrants to the U.S. from African nations hail from "sh*thole countries" and asking "Why do we need more Haitians? Take them out." And the President cancels an upcoming trip to the U.K., blaming Barack Obama for a decision made by George W. Bush. Join Nia-Malika Henderson and the panel
Are alternative facts back?· State of America
President Trump says it not once, not twice - but eight times: there was no collusion. But Mueller and Congress have yet to weigh in. And the White House touts an economic poll that gives credit to ... former President Obama? Join Nia-Malika Henderson and the panel.
White House reality show· State of America
President Trump reminds us all that he is ratings gold, touting the "reviews" from his mind-boggling immigration meeting. And Steve Bannon gets booted from Breitbart ... will he ever get back into Trump's good graces? Join Nia-Malika Henderson and the panel.
Trump pulls back curtain... for 55 minutes!· State of America
An unprecedented look inside what would be a usually private meeting between President Trump and a bipartisan group of lawmakers. And a top Senate Democrat releases transcripts from a hearing with the co-founders of Fusion GPS. Join Nia-Malika Henderson and the panel.
Team Trump on the defense· State of America
President Trump - and a slew of top aides - fire back at the author of "Fire and Fury" over claims Trump's fitness for office is questioned by those closest to him. Steve Bannon tries to get back into the President's good graces ... but a source says it is too little, too late. And Oprah 2020? Join Nia-Malika Henderson and the panel.
The secret's out on Sessions· State of America
A source close to Attorney General Jeff Sessions says President Donald Trump tried to stop Sessions from recusing himself from the Russia investigation. Plus, the author of an explosive book about Trump says the book is accurate, despite the White House's attacks. Join Nia-Malika Henderson and the panel.
White House calls new book "complete fantasy"· State of America
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders faced a second day of questions about the revelations in the new book by Michael Wolff. Sanders called the book "complete fantasy" and characterized it as "sad" and "pathetic". She also downplayed President Trump's relationship with former adviser Steve Bannon, saying the two "were never particularly close". Join Nia-Malika Henderson and panel.
A Book, a Bannon and a Bombshell· State of America
In a new book by Michael Wolff, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon calls the 2016 Trump Tower meeting "treasonous". The bombshell book also reveals details of the wild first year of Donald Trump's presidency. Trump is firing back claiming that Bannon "lost his mind". Join Nia-Malika Henderson and the panel.
Trump makes a list, checks it twice· State of America
President Donald Trump crosses off last minute agenda items before heading south to Florida. Trump signed the tax reform bill into law at a ceremony in the Oval Office and said his next focus will be on infrastructure. Plus, Trump gives an unusual gift to the media. Join Joe Johns and the panel.
Showdown at the U.N.· State of America
A day after a much-needed win, President Trump gets a stunning rebuke - from the United Nations - over his decision to name Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. One of the Senate's top Democrats warns the White House that firing Robert Mueller would be a "gross abuse of power." And Congress scrambles as the clock ticks down to a government shutdown. Join Joe Johns and the panel.
Trump Celebrates Done Deal· State of America
President Trump and the Republicans take a victory lap after the tax bill passes Congress. But their work isn't done yet, as a Friday deadline to avoid a government shutdown looms. And Donald Trump Jr. revives one of his dad's signature campaign lines while taking aim at Bob Mueller's Russia probe. Join Joe Johns and the panel.
An "America First" approach to national security· State of America
President Trump takes on China, Russia and immigration as part of his plan to keep the U.S. safe. Republicans get closer to their first big legislative win of the year on tax reform. And while the President says he is not considering firing Bob Mueller, that isn't stopping the White House from throwing jabs at the special counsel. Join Joe Johns and the panel.
The tax train steams ahead· State of America
President Donald Trump, along with House and Senate Republicans, chug along with their tax bill in hopes of delivering it just in time for the holidays. Wait until you find out the one word that Trump's national security team does not bring up during their briefings. Plus, another White House staffer exits. Join Kate and the panel.