The interview focused on Giuliani's dealings with Andrii Derkach, who was recently sanctioned by the Treasury Department "for attempting to influence" the 2020 presidential election.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said President Donald Trump projects "his negative attitudes" onto other people.
The former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told MSNBC that the U.S. president is not willing to stand up to his Russian counterpart.
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.
The former secretary of state said President Trump's executive actions Saturday made it very clear he intends on going after Social Security and Medicare if he's re-elected.
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."
"When he pulls out of the cooperation of the nations of the world in creating a vaccine it hurts us," Schumer told 'Morning Joe'. "If another country comes up with that vaccine ahead of us, God bless them, but we would want to have the benefits of that."
"If they believe Tara Reade," former Vice President Joe Biden said, "they probably shouldn't vote for me."
The chairman of the house intelligence committee told MSNBC anchor Lawrence O'Donnell that the White House was "deliberately provoking a fight" with China over COVID-19.
Former VP tells MSNBC he is unimpressed with the president's response to the crisis.
"Journalists make a big deal about looking at stories from all sides, but they don't," Logan said. "There's been how many conversations about the bias at Fox? But we don't talk about the liberal bias. Why can't we have that conversation, as well?"
"That's not what this briefing was scheduled for," said CNN's John King.
The MSNBC host said the president did not need to "lie" because and suggested there had been "really good news" on the development of coronavirus tests.
"This is a historic moment. This is the biggest moment that's occurred in this generation. And the government has shown itself completely outmatched by this crisis."
She reacted to a few rare words of praise from the president on Friday, pointing out several ways he's personally leading "the worst national response of any industrialized nation in the world."
Fox News still dominates, but CNN sees the largest increase with an 193 percent ratings increase compared to this time last year.
The former vice president was asked by MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell about the Vermont senator's proposals for universal health care.
"There's no sense of urgency," Biden said. "The American people, I think, want to know that their president is on top of this, understands it, and that he's being guided by science."
During a Thursday broadcast of 'The 11th Hour,' Williams and guest Mara Gay cited a factually inaccurate tweet that criticized Bloomberg for not sharing his wealth with every living American.
Gabbard said Matthews always treated her with respect while McCain told her audience that Matthews was "a lion of cable news."
"It wasn't going to cost them any more money, it wasn't going to cost them any more work," Moore said about former Democratic presidential candidates Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg, who dropped out of the race and endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden.
When veteran MSNBC host Chris Matthews announced his surprise retirement Monday night, his younger colleague Steve Kornacki quickly took the reigns.
The conservative commentator criticized the former NFL quarterback at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday.
Lance Dodes, ex-assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School told MSNBC the president poses a danger to the public with his handling of coronavirus.
Host asked 2020 hopeful "why would he lie?" while discusisng claims Bloomberg pressured female employee into having an abortion with the line "kill it."
"I was wrong," MSNBC host Chris Matthews said in an on-air apology Monday to Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for comparing his Nevada caucus win to a Nazi invasion. "I reached for a historical analogy and chose a bad one," Matthews continued.
"You simply cannot compare the victory of Bernie Sanders, whose kin was murdered in the Holocaust, to the Nazi defeat of France," Anand Giridharadas said.