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Moments before the president vowed to use military might to stop rioting, police backed by the National Guard on Monday stormed into a peaceful protest outside the White House and scattered a large group of people protesting unprovoked police violence against African Americans. The panel discusses.
Violence and looting overshadowed many peaceful protests held across the country this weekend to protest the death of George Floyd. Former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin is charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in Floyd's death. The panel discusses the latest details.
A police precinct was burning in Minneapolis as protests over the death of George Floyd raged on for a third straight day. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey also responded to tweets from President Trump about sending the National Guard into the city.
As the country reaches the grim milestone of 100,000 lives lost to the coronavirus, Morning Joe looks at the president's remarks on the pandemic and his attempt to make that number seem like a win.
The president on Tuesday mocked Joe Biden for wearing a mask outdoors on Memorial Day. Biden responded in an interview by calling Trump 'a fool' and stressing recommendations from doctors on wearing masks in public.
Joe Biden appeared in public Monday for the first time in more than two months, laying a wreath to honor the fallen at a Delaware war memorial and wearing a mask. President Trump also marked the day commemorating U.S. war dead but didn't wear a mask.