Trump also took a shot at the ReidOut's Joy Reid, claiming the "MSDNC" host is "toast."
The MSNBC host accused the conservative judges of caring more about right-wing politics than "saving lives" after voting to block the mandate.
Pulmonologist Dr. Vin Gupta told MSNBC anchor Joy Reid on Wednesday: "This is where it gets controversial."
In the latest round of their spat, the Massachusetts senator doubled down on her barb that the Tesla founder was a "freeloader."
MSNBC host Joy Reid compared the United States to the fictional religious dictatorship from 'The Handmaid's Tale'
The MSNBC host discussed Kyle Rittenhouse's tears during his homicide trial in a TikTok video that has since gone viral.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer became more outspoken against the vaccine after experiencing what he called a "disastrous" reaction to an AstraZeneca injection.
"The way this story captivated the nation has many wondering, why not the same media attention when people of color go missing?" Reid said.
The actor, best known for his roles in "House Party" and "Friday," died after reportedly being found unresponsive in a store earlier this month.
The MSNBC host said Sinema shouldn't "allow" the late congressman's work to "die."
Some viewers were quick to disagree with Reid, pointing out that most books on critical race theory have several sections on the theory of intersectionality.
"We have a long, sordid, torrid history with this region," Reid said. "The history does not begin at the border where people are showing up."
Matthews faced allegations of sexual harassment in 1999 and 2020. The latter led to his early retirement as an MSNBC host.
"I've been following this from a distance for a really long time, and I've never felt like Americans really care that much about Palestinians," Reid said.
Tuesday night, MSNBC host Joy Reid said that parents who do not support Critical Race Theory being taught to their children are racists.
"I guarantee you if that was a Black Lives Matter protest in D.C., there would already be people shackled, arrested or dead," Reid said.
Divisions among Democrats could come into sharper focus after Joe Biden takes office in January next year.
After Reid tweeted a mistaken explanation for the polling website's name, Tapper authoritatively corrected her.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) accused MSNBC host Joy Reid of engaging in "casual Islamophobia" and demanded an apology after Reid compared President Donald Trump's comments to "how Muslims act" in "radicalizing" extremists.
The RNC and Trump officials are accused of violating the Hatch Act during the RNC, including the use of government property for political purposes.
California Congresswoman Maxine Waters said President Donald Trump's pardon of Roger Stone and his supporters' criticism of the Black Lives Matter movement showed there are truly two separate systems of justice in the United States.
"For somebody who grew up as a nerdy kid obsessed with news, watching 'Nightline' and 'Meet the Press,' the idea of being a part of that family has always just been kind of overwhelming."
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was accused of "egomania" and accepting Russian assistance Saturday, after he remarked that neither the Democratic Party nor the Republican Party can stop his 2020 presidential campaign.
Twitter users and celebrities shared a viral game of "Never Have I Ever," with some people questioning their life choices and others celebrating their own.
Democrats questioned party unity Saturday in response to a recent poll that found only about half of Andrew Yang and Bernie Sanders' supporters would back any other nominee.
"Whether it's Mulvaney, Bolton, Giuliani, Pompeo—if they have to testify under oath, he has to leave," former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci said on MSNBC.
MSNBC host Joy Reid and columnist Leonard Pitts discussed the "cult-like" religiosity of President Donald Trump's supporters, saying that at least former Republican President George W. Bush had a "soul."
During an interview, MSNBC host Joy Reid asked the two-time Academy Award winner what his thoughts were pertaining to the ongoing impeachment inquiry into the president.
Reid based her opinions on interviews she did for her forthcoming book, "The Man Who Sold America: Trump and the Unraveling of the American Story."
Coulter also appeared to criticize MSNBC for having no transgender hosts.