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Will Democrats in the House who are for the impeachment of Donald Trump be able to persuade those still reluctant, such as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, to start the process immediately? Joy Reid and her panel discuss.

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While calls for impeachment have grown louder recently, members of the House leadership have thus far favored fighting Donald Trump in court. Rep. Maxine Waters, chair of the Financial Services committee, joins Joy Reid to discuss this and related calls for Mueller to testify.

National security reporters feel targeted by new Assange charge

The Trump Justice Department has added to the indictment of Julian Assange a charge related to publishing the classified material given to WikiLeaks by Chelsea Manning in 2010. Joy Reid and her panel discuss how many believe this charge is intended to deter national security reporting.