"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.
"We demand an apology from [Chris Matthews]—and we're still waiting for [Chuck Todd's] apology," IfNotNow said.
The "Hardball" host Chris Matthews compared Sen. Bernie Sanders' victory in the Nevada presidential caucuses to the fall of France in 1940.
Morgan State journalism professor Jason Johnson claimed "racist, liberal white" Americans support Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and drew backlash Friday for saying only "misfit black girls" defend his campaign.
"Our constitutional republic, literally, and the institutions in it, literally, are being challenged every single day by this would-be dictator," Joe Scarborough said.
The woman said the "'stop Bernie' cynicism" she saw on the news channel is what ultimately spurred her to vote for the Vermont senator.
Todd complained about being on the "receiving end of the Bernie online brigade" before quoting the article from a conservative outlet.
During a rally in New Hampshire Monday, President Donald Trump accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of mumbling behind him throughout his speech.
Matthews warned that if Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders wins the 2020 election, there could be socialist-led executions in Central Park.
"It's an 11-year recovery," Joe Scarborough said.
Sanders campaign Co-Chair Nina Turner called former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg an "oligarch" who is trying to "buy" his way into the Democratic nomination for president during an MSNBC discussion before the Iowa caucus results on Monday.
"Obviously, you can't convict somebody if they control the flow of the evidence," Maine Independent Senator Angus King told MSNBC on Monday as he called the expected acquittal of President Donald Trump a "step towards authoritarianism."
The filmmaker said Clinton, Biden and DNC "corporate Democrats" are on the "Trump bandwagon" for refusing to support Bernie Sanders, should he win the July nomination.
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.
After Wednesday's Senate session, Barack Obama's former campaign manager said Trump defenders "are basically rewriting 200 years of history."
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum said "Republicans don't care" if Trump is guilty of the charges leveled in the articles of impeachment. Meanwhile, Ohio Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown said the GOP was "afraid" of the president. "Fear does the business," Brown said.
GOP Rep. Mark Meadows argued with MSNBC host Ari Melber about whether President Donald Trump allegedly attempting to pressure Ukraine into launching an investigation of former Vice President Joe Biden would be "proper" or "hypothetical."
A new poll shows that 71 percent of Republicans believe that witnesses should testify during Trump's impeachment trial.
"I can't imagine another president at any time having to select a team that would be associated with a pedophile," Joe Scarborough said.
After reports that Ken Starr would be joining President Donald Trump's legal defense team for Trump's upcoming impeachment trial, video resurfaced of a 1999 interview in which Trump called Starr a "lunatic" and a "disaster."
Reince Priebus accused MSNBC host Rachel Maddow of being involved in a conspiracy, after she interviewed Lev Parnas on Thursday.
Joe Scarborough said that history will reflect poorly on Republican senators in Trump's impeachment trial, if they do not provide a fair one.
The show's previous record was 4.13 million viewers in March 2017.
In the second installment of his interview with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, Lev Parnas compared President Donald Trump to a "cult leader," saying "There's a lot of Republicans that would go against [Trump]."
Lev Parnas told Rachel Maddow that the only reason former U.S. ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was removed from office was that she stood in the way of the Biden investigation. Parnas also said that Robert Hyde, suspected of keeping tabs on Yovanovitch's location, was "drunk all the time."
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker told Rachel Maddow he suspended his 2020 presidential campaign because of low campaign funds and his missing the last debate, a situation he called a "perfect storm."
"The Republicans in the Senate are by and large zombies, walking along as Donald Trump obliterates things like truth," Wallace said.
Having served as an adviser both George W. Bush and John McCain, Steve Schmidt left the Republican party in 2018 calling it "fully the party of Trump."
Declaring that President Trump "lies about everything all the time," MSNBC host Chris Hayes says that he wants proof that Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was planning an attack on American forces in the region.
Secretary of Defense Dr. Mark T. Esper told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell that Iran should be a "normal country" and stop engaging in what he referred to as "bad behavior."