chris hayes

The MSNBC host teased an attorney for the former Trump DOJ official for name-checking the network during a disbarment hearing.
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes said the call “for murdering people using the Pinochet regime’s preferred method of dropping them out of helicopters is really not great.”
“And there have been a lot,” the MSNBC host said.
The former president faces 91 felony counts in four criminal cases, as well as currently being on trial in a civil fraud case in New York.
The former House speaker is urging Republicans to take control of their party from Trump's "fringe element."
The MSNBC anchor summed up Republican chaos with a funny analogy.
The MSNBC anchor delivered a brutally accurate summary of the Fox News personality’s move.
The former senator highlighted the dramatically different reactions from each party to criminal charges against Donald Trump and Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez.
The "All In" anchor compared them to the former president and it didn't look good.
"Is this one of the stupidest, most pointless crimes ever committed by anyone?" the MSNBC host asked following the former Trump adviser's conviction.