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Here's the Latest Episode from All In with Chris Hayes:
Tonight: Where we stand seven days out— with Clinton campaign manager John Podesta. Then, former Biden Chief of Staff Ron Klain on the plot to subvert the election in Pennsylvania. Plus, as the U.S. Mail slows, what you need to about how to make sure your vote is counted.
Tonight: Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the Republican Party’s bargain with Donald Trump. Then, as 62 million Americans have already voted, a look at the new NBC News analysis of the unfolding storyline from the data in Florida and North Carolina. Plus, why making voting difficult isn't just a red state problem, and why making it harder to count votes remains a key priority of the Trump campaign.
Tonight: the price of bungling the most important issue in the election. Plus, what nearly 50 million early votes already cast means, and Steve Kornacki on the shifting race in the battleground states. Then, how states following the President's lead on Covid-19 are paying a steep price.
Tonight: David Plouffe and Alex Wagner on the Obama campaign event, and where this race stands heading into the final debate. Plus, Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen on the corruption coming from inside the White House, and what's happening with Trump's current attorney, Rudy Giuliani. And Sen. Bernie Sanders on a potential deal on a rescue plan, and why Americans are increasingly supporting the Biden agenda.
Tonight: As the President threatens to jail his opponent, new polling and new reporting on what America wants from its leader. Then, as Wisconsin voters line up in the cold weather to cast their votes, the alarming and unprecedented Covid surge in the Midwest. Plus, the Supreme Court ruling that looked like a victory for democracy— has all kinds of pitfalls for the future of voting rights.
Tonight: As the country suffers, new reporting on the war on science inside the White House. Then, Dr. Ashish Jha on the lessons from states fending off a third wave. Plus, with their own polls cratering, the Republican senators who want you to forget they're on the Trump Train.
Tonight: the grim reality and incontrovertible evidence of a third coronavirus wave. Then, after Joe Biden won the popular vote on television last night, are American's just bored with Trump's reality show? Plus, why is the President still cheering a suspicious police killing while on the campaign trail? And could control of the United States Senate hinge on the price of soybeans in Iowa?
Tonight: the historic explosion of early voting in Texas with the Harris County Judge leading the way. Plus, the President's son contracted coronavirus, and new reporting that Trump Administration is messing with the vaccine process again. Then, as Biden expands his lead with older voters, can the President's strategy of openly mocking senior citizens win them back?
Tonight: Senator Chuck Schumer on today's Supreme Court charade and the desperate Republican attempt to force an unpopular agenda down America's throat. Then, another Covid outbreak tied to Trump's campaign events, as the pro-virus party rolls on. Plus, why the forecast for control of the Senate keeps improving for Democrats.
Listen to Chris Hayes' and Kara Swisher's complete interview with Tim Cook from the MSNBC & Recode "Revolution: Apple Changing the World" town hall event. Cook sounds off on the future of education and technology, privacy and your data, the NRA, and much more. (Check out video clips from the program at MSNBC.com/Revolution)