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On the even of his memoir 'Permanent Record' being published, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden talked at length from Moscow with MSNBC's Brian Williams in an exclusive interview. Here is their full discussion, including portions of the interview that did not air on The 11th Hour because of time constraints. This is their discussion in its entirety in podcast form, edited down slightly for clarity.
Democrats plan to announce two articles of impeachment - abuse of power and obstruction of Congress - against Pres. Trump on Tuesday. We discuss that and more with Katie Benner, Nancy Cook, Robert Costa, Joyce Vance, Andrew Kirtzman, and Gen. Barry McCaffrey.
The president's loyal attorney general is defending him as Democrats reveal two impeachment articles and say Trump should be removed from office. We talk to Carol Leonnig, Michael Schmit, Jeremy Bash, Frank Figliuzzi, Paul Butler, Jason Johnson, Bill Kristol, and Samantha Power.
Lawmakers work late into the night debating the Democrats’ case against President Trump. Philip Rucker, Ashley Parker, Mieke Eoyang, Chuck Rosenberg, Eugene Robinson, Mike Murphy, and Garrett Haake join.
After sharp jabs and plenty of finger-pointing, a dramatic day of Trump impeachment debate on the Hill ends in dramatic fashion as Chairman Jerry Nadler surprises Republicans with an abrupt end to the proceedings. Maya Wiley, Rick Wilson, Joyce Vance, Ron Klain, Kurt, Jonathan Allen, Jonathan Alter, Kurt Bardella, and Cal Perry all join.
Trump calls Democrats the "Party of Hate" after the House Judiciary Committee votes to recommend impeachment. Plus, what's Rudy Giuliani up to now? We discuss that and more with Jonathan Lemire, Jeremy Peters, Annie Karni, Michael Mcfaul, Barbara McQuade, Jon Meacham, and Karine Jean-Pierre.