MSNBC’s All In With Chris Hayes host Chris Hayes went after Democrat campaign chair Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-N.Y., on Thursday night for his tentative plan to run against freshman Rep. Mondaire Jones, D-N.Y., after new redistricting for the state was released. Immediately after the new district map was...
Nina Jankowicz to MSNBC's Chris Hayes: ‘Sensationalist narratives’ about disinfo board were ‘completely wrong’
Nina Jankowicz, who stepped down from the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Disinformation Governance Board after it was put on pause this week, joined MSNBC's All in with Chris Hayes on Wednesday to discuss the initiative, saying that it was "ironic" the disinfo board was "taken over by disinformation." Hayes...
“What do you do when institutions you believe in and want to succeed are breaking down? I think there are two possible solutions,” says Chris Hayes.May 6, 2022.
Chris Hayes: “I would take 50 Mitt Romneys in the Republican caucus offering up infuriatingly out-of-touch takes on things like student debt forgiveness over the crop of people we currently have.”April 29, 2022.
MSNBC’s ‘All In With Chris Hayes’ host Chris Hayes began his Wednesday night episode saying conservatives’ claims to want to promote free speech is a ruse to hide their "thuggish and authoritarian" power play to control thought and punish those they disagree with. Hayes opened the...
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Chris Hayes calls SCOTUS nominee hearing ‘facially racist,' compares GOP senators to 'vile, southern racists'
MSNBC host Chris Hayes said Wednesday that "much of the questioning" Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has undergone at her confirmation hearings has been "facially racist." "The hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman ever nominated to the Supreme Court in over 200 years of...
Chris Hayes: “This new land war on the European continent—pitting a would-be conquering dictator against citizens of a flawed, but resilient democracy—really does feel like the first armed conflict in a new chapter: a sustained battle between liberal democracy and its enemies.”March 25, 2022.
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MSNBC host Chris Hayes raised social media eyebrows by claiming that the conservative majority on the Supreme Court was suspiciously obtained. During the Senate hearing for Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson on Monday, the "All In" host attacked what he called conservative "whining" over the judge. He further added that conservatives have no reason to complain with a court majority that was "dubiously obtained."
Russia's actions “diverts American attention, it diverts the strategic focus of the United States away from the China challenge. So for those reasons, Xi has an enormous attachment to keeping Putin and Putin's Russia operational,” says Fmr. PM of Australia Kevin Rudd.March 19, 2022.
Chris Hayes lays out three ways the war in Ukraine could end: “The third way this conflict ends is with some actual diplomatic solution with a ceasefire, a withdrawal of Russian troops, and some agreed upon path forward. There is a real question about whether that is actually achievable—and whether Russia is at all interested in that outcome.”March 18, 2022.
Keith Olbermann lobbied MSNBC executives to bring him back to the left-leaning cable network and replace Chris Hayes in primetime, according to a report. Olbermann made the pitch in a February 2020 email correspondence with Jeff Shell, the CEO of NBCUniversal, the Comcast-owned media conglomerate whose portfolio includes MSNBC. In the email, which was first reported by Puck News (paywall), Olbermann urged Shell to consider reviving “Countdown,” the primetime news program that the former ESPN SportsCenter anchor hosted during the post-Iraq War presidency of George W. Bush. Olbermann was fired by MSNBC over a decade ago, ending a tumultuous relationship that included suspensions...
Report: Keith Olbermann spent two years lobbying for an MSNBC comeback, with an eye toward replacing Chris Hayes
The Daily Beast recently reported that Olbermann was in talks to temporarily replace his protégé Rachel Maddow during her months-long hiatus. Turns out Olbermann has been lobbying to return to MSNBC for two years, according to emails obtained by Puck News' Dylan Byers, who worked as a media reporter for NBC News until last fall. Olbermann sent the emails to Jeff Shell, who became CEO of NBC Universal in 2019. The pair have known each other since the late 1990s, when Shell was the president of Fox’s cable networks and Olbermann was a Fox Sports anchor. "In Shell’s ascension, Olbermann saw an opportunity to engineer a return to the halcyon days of the mid-to-late aughts, when, as host of Countdown, he was MSNBC’s marquee primetime star and one of the most powerful figures in American political media—a pre-Maddow Maddow of the now largely forgotten post-Iraq, Bush years," says Byers. "So began nearly two years of emails, which I obtained today, in which Olbermann repeatedly urged the executive to reinstate him at MSNBC and Shell repeatedly led the former host to believe that he wanted to bring him back to the network—and that it would just take a matter of time." Olbermann particularly wanted to take over Chris Hayes' All In timeslot, writing in an email to Shell: “Your 8 p.m. show is dying of thirst during a flood.” As Mediaite notes, All In hasn't had good ratings, not even in the demo.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes suggested Tuesday that countries accepting Ukrainian refugees amid the Russian invasion, such as Poland, were racist to not accept Syrian refugees 11-years-ago. "For many reasons, including, frankly, racism, anti-Muslim bigotry, the paranoia of post-9/11 war on terror, many of those same countries, which quite explicitly refused to...
MSNBC's Chris Hayes plans a book in early 2024, "The Sirens' Call," which the publisher, Penguin Press, calls a "big-picture reckoning with how our inner lives have come under assault in the unprecedented new age of attention capitalism — putting great stress on our psyches, our politics, and the very fabric of our society."
When I caught up with MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes by phone on a recent afternoon, he was taking advantage of some downtime by enjoying the simple pleasure of walking his dog with his father. It’s because his parents happened to be in town visiting — and, more important, it was also a manifestation of one of the big changes brought about by the pandemic that the host of All In with Chris Hayes told me he’s become intentional about making a permanent part of his life.