"Racism in America did not start with Donald Trump, but he’s given it new life," said the Democratic presidential candidate.
"It's also a bad reflection on the country," said Trump's 11-day former communications director.
The MSNBC host was torched on Twitter for the insane question.
"I think she’ll blow out Bernie pretty early on. Bernie will lose his votes to her," said the host of MSNBC's "Hardball."
The MSNBC host criticized senators for their inaction over the government shutdown.
Mitch Landrieu also said "no mayor in America" would "ever think about shutting down the government."
"This is how far down we’ve gone," the comedian told MSNBC's Chris Matthews.
Two of the three contenders were President Donald Trump himself.
MSNBC host said Mueller investigation is about to reach a "breaking point."
"I don't have that word in my vocabulary and never have," the president says about her claims that an audio recording captured him using a racial slur.
At least his staffers didn't seem to find it funny.
The "Hardball" host was formally reprimanded in 1999 following the complaint, a spokesperson said.
Ron Reagan is calling for impeachment or the 25th Amendment.
The "Hardball" host said Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's alleged comments were dueling words.
The host was discussing Jared Kushner -- obviously without thinking.
CNN commentator says Republicans are "missing" their spine.