The duo's remarks may have more to do with right-wing displeasure towards Fox News rather than an appreciation of MSNBC's coverage.
"This is going to be my final broadcast with all of you," Hunt said to viewers on Friday morning's show.
The MSNBC host took aim at Tucker Carlson for the second night in a row on the issue of COVID-19 vaccines.
The MSNBC host said conservatives "should be hosting MAGA rallies with mass vaccinations and a free hat with a shot."
The Pennsylvania senator said he believes the Senate will have to change its rules "in order to protect voting rights with 51 votes."
Senator Ted Cruz said: "Hard to imagine there isn't a huge audience for dishonest leftists preaching to other leftists."
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.
Greg Abbott vetoed a bill aimed at protecting dogs and said: "Texas is no place for this kind of micro-managing and over-criminalization."
At shareholder meetings, a conservative group called the Free Enterprise Project is asking why their media outlets called the notion that the coronavirus was leaked from a virology lab in China as "debunked" or a "conspiracy theory."
She made the comments in response to Vice President Kamala Harris telling migrants not to cross over the border into the U.S.
The Department of Justice is seeking to substitute itself for former President Donald Trump as the defendant in a defamation case.
Harris cited a goal of addressing the "root causes of migration" for her current trip to Guatemala and Mexico.
Hasan tore into Manchin for allegedly "aiding and abetting" Republicans.
MSNBC did broadcast segments of Trump's address, reportedly with correspondent Ali Vitali speaking over the ex-presidents remarks.
Fauci responded to conservatives and conspiracy theorists amplifying attacks on him after the release of his emails during the Rachel Maddow interview.
"The evidence is very sparse. And that's the reason why we want to keep looking," the infectious diseases expert said about all the virus origin theories.
"I'm not going to read the rest of this," MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace said.
Corbett, an immunologist at the U.S. National Institutes of Health, played a key role in the development of the Moderna vaccine.
"We don't want you here," the ex-GOP congressman said of Trump supporters who believe conspiracy theories about the 2020 election.
"If we're telling governors to follow the CDC guidelines when Donald Trump is president of the United States, shouldn't they follow the CDC science when Joe Biden is president of the United States?"
Sanders said the Israeli government contains "overt racists" who have evolved out of an increasingly right-wing coalition.
Tuesday night, MSNBC host Joy Reid said that parents who do not support Critical Race Theory being taught to their children are racists.
Hasan pushed back against Fauci's saying, "How can you be agnostic, you're the chief medical adviser? If the president says, 'Dr. Fauci, what should I do? What's your advice?' What are you going to tell him?"
"I can't really tell you one," the Republican West Virginia governor admitted.
"What this says to me is that in order to get a nominal degree of justice in this country, that a Black man has to be murdered, on air, viewed by the entire world," Johnson said in response to the guilty verdict.
The Democratic governor appeared on television to discuss the state's COVID numbers.
"Our bodies remain not ours. They're seen as either something that we can be shamed for or something that can be used as boasting rights or bragging rights by men in sexual conquests," Hill said.
The 47-year-old was a well-known defense attorney who contributed to a variety of media over the course of her career.
The congresswoman also spoke about working with the late Congressman John Lewis during an MSNBC interview.
Georgia lawmaker told MSNBC that all Americans should be concerned about new laws in his state which will tighten voter rules.