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Listen to Chris Hayes' and Kara Swisher's complete interview with Tim Cook from the MSNBC & Recode "Revolution: Apple Changing the World" town hall event. Cook sounds off on the future of education and technology, privacy and your data, the NRA, and much more. (Check out video clips from the program at MSNBC.com/Revolution)
As a bonus for All In listeners, Chris is sharing recent episodes of his original podcast, “Why Is This Happening?”, that are focused on dynamics around the Coronavirus. In this episode, he talks with author Rebecca Solnit about how people are finding creative ways to reach out and foster community while remaining isolated from the world and those we love.
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Tonight: Chris Hayes looks at how the U.S.’s coronavirus response compares to that of other countries: “It's really hard to look at all this data and come to any conclusion other than that our leaders are failing.”
Tonight: Under cover of the crisis he's made worse, new signs the President is abusing his power to attack political enemies and benefit corrupt associates. Then, America hears from the coronavirus whistleblower that the White House tried to silence for speaking the truth about the lack of a plan, and who warns of "America's darkest winter" ahead.
Tonight: Wearing masks is one of the most obvious steps toward getting back anywhere close to normal, but our President would rather have a culture war. Plus, how the “freedom protestors” temporarily shut down democracy in Michigan. Then, former CIA director John Brennan on the President’s corruption of the rule of law.
As a bonus for All In listeners, Chris is sharing recent episodes of his original podcast, “Why Is This Happening?”, that are focused on dynamics around the Coronavirus. In this episode, he talks with author Heather McGhee about why African Americans are getting hit hardest by the Coronavirus, and how this public health crisis shines a light on the ramifications of policies rooted in the legacy of racism.
Tonight: Starting in the beginning of April, Trump has been firing the very people meant to hold his administration accountable, the inspectors general. But his latest firing may be the most provocative and perhaps the most clearly lawless yet.
Tonight: Why we're all paying for a President stuck in his own weird information bubble, spurning help from the rest of the world. Then, the high stakes gamble of reopening early--and the Florida government official who says she was ousted for refusing to manipulate the data. Plus, why Joe Biden is about to make the most consequential vice presidential pick in American history.
Tonight: With an out of control pandemic, a collapsed economy, and poll numbers going against him, the President begins his assault on Democracy itself. Michigan's Secretary of State is here to respond to Trump's wild attack on absentee voting. Then, the effort to get Trump-friendly medicine men to tell us it's safe out there, while the experts at the CDC get the "muzzle." Plus, the new reporting on just what exactly Mike Pomeo and Donald Trump are trying to cover up.
Tonight: The human cost of closing too late—and opening too soon. What we now know about how the total lack of a coordinated federal response led us to this uniquely American failure. Then, nearly 40 million are unemployed—so why are Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell saying "no more" relief? Plus, the science behind "super spreaders,” and new research on how loud talkers in large groups could be a recipe for outbreaks.