Stephanie Ruhle

Stephanie Ruhle explains why it's time to end the carried interest loophole.
"The very worst of the pandemic is yet before us," Michael Osterholm said, citing new variants of the coronavirus as a primary concern.
"When children are going hungry in America today, suddenly we don’t have the money," the senator said, calling for another round of $1,200 checks.
"I am begging you, please take this seriously. It is not over," the MSNBC host implored viewers in a broadcast from her home.
“I used to joke and say that my anger at the president is that he took my show and brought it to the White House,” the former talk show host said on MSNBC.
"Perhaps actually saying & doing it out loud would have a bigger impact," suggested the MSNBC host.
After being cowed by various right-wingers, Trump "wants the fight," not the wall, conservative Charlie Sykes said.
The Pennsylvania attorney general recently released a report on how the Catholic Church covered up decades of sexual abuse.
Nobody who works for Trump gets to accuse others of ruining music with politics, Stephanie Ruhle suggested.