Rachel Maddow

The MSNBC host delivered a blistering critique of the president's in-person campaign events amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Rachel Maddow slammed Gov. Pete Ricketts for failing to reveal what's going on at plants where COVID-19 cases are exploding.
Both the president and Fox News had repeatedly praised the drug hydroxychloroquine for the COVID-19 infection.
The MSNBC host said the state leaders' failure was allowing "the unchecked growth" of coronavirus infections.
The MSNBC host described the lack of a national policy to limit the coronavirus pandemic as "fatal."
"Those press briefings have become his new ‘Apprentice.’ They’ve become his new rallies," said CNN's Don Lemon.
"The U.S. response is a catastrophe that is on track to cost hundreds of thousands of lives," Maddow tweeted after the president thanked her.
"If he keeps lying like he has been every day on stuff this important, all of us should stop broadcasting it," the MSNBC host said.
The MSNBC host said she was "honestly shocked" by the states' inaction.
Ronald Klain warned that hospitals will be "crushed" as the number of cases soars.