Next Episode of AM Joy is
Season 2017 / Episode 52 and airs on 01 July 2017 10:00
On AM Joy, Joy Reid tackles the most important news and political topics of the week.
The New York Times' Yamiche Alcindor and the Washington Post's Philip Bump join MSNBC's Joy Reid to discuss how important the media is in the 2016 race and the responsibilities of the media.
Joy Reid looks at President Obama's Howard University commencement speech and his talk about race and contrasts it with Donald Trump's recent remarks.
Joy Reid along with actress and author Jasmine Guy and Lola Ogunnaike discuss the life and legacy of activist Afeni Shakur.
HIV/AIDS activists are set to meet with Hillary Clinton next week. Michael Rajner joins Joy Reid to discuss.
A really cute baby stopped by Joy Reid's set near the end of the show on Mother's Day.
Congressman and candidate for the U.S. Senate, Alan Grayson, joins MSNBC's Joy Reid to discuss the controversial race for Senate in Florida and his confrontation with Harry Reid.
The bitter divide between supporters of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders has some Democrats worried about the convention in Philadelphia and whether it will be a throwback to the contentious contests of the past. MSNBC'S Joy Reid reports.
National Press Secretary for Hillary Clinton's campaign, Brian Fallon, discusses Bernie Sanders' claim that Clinton will only win because of super delegates. He also comments on Clinton's campaign in 2008 against Barack Obama.
Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid gives his take on Donald Trump's vice presidential picks.
What role will voters of color play in California's upcoming Democratic primaries? Jane Junn, Karthick Ramakrishnan, Maria Teresa Kumar and Perry Bacon Jr. join to discuss.
Bernie Sanders is supporting DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz's primary challenger. Politico's Marc Caputo, Voto Latino's Maria Teresa Kumar, The Washington Post's E.J. Dionne and Dana Milbank join to discuss.
The battle over transgender rights is quickly becoming one of the most contentious issues in the election year. This is not the first time the culture wars have played a key role in an election. MSNBC's Joy Reid reports.
Sirius XM host, Pete Dominick, and Senior fellow at Media Matters Eric Boehlert, discuss the differences between caucuses and primaries, and comment on how this affected Bernie Sanders' campaign.
Donald Trump promised to give $1 million out of his own pocket for a fundraiser he held for veterans, but it took nearly four months for him to follow through. Co-founder of VoteVets.org Jon Soltz joins to discuss.
A group of prominent HIV/AIDS activists objected to the Sanders campaign's public characterization of a meeting they had with the presidential candidate. Activist Peter Staley joins to discuss.
As many in the GOP jump on board the Trump train, the holdouts hoping to stop it in its tracks have dwindled from a movement with momentum to just an unyielding few. The National Review's David French and political analyst Rick Tyler join to discuss.
Former presidential candidate Marco Rubio put primary grievances aside to fall in line behind Donald Trump. Mitch Ceasar, executive board member of the DNC, pollster and radio host Fernand Amandi and political analyst Rick Tyler join to discuss.
Original 'Roots' star Levar Burton joins to discuss the reboot of the classic groundbreaking drama, which chronicles several generations of an African American family and their epic journey from slavery to freedom.
Sports columnist for the New York Times, William C. Rhoden, and columnist for NY Daily News, Mike Lupica, join MSNBC's Joy Reid to remember the boxing legend Muhammad Ali. They discuss how Ali pioneered the way for black athletes in the 1960's.
Sports editor for the Nation Magazine, David Zirin, talks about the life and accomplishments of Muhammad Ali and shares why he believes he was "the greatest of all time."
Does Donald Trump's 15 state plan for the presidential election make sense? Joy Reid examines the possible outcome.
Can Donald Trump make California in the general election? Michael Steele, Alfonso Aguilar, Jonathan Capehart and Benjamin Wallace-Wells join to discuss.
Donald Trump still faces opposition from some in the GOP. Former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman explains why she would vote for Hillary Clinton over Trump.
Ken Starr, Bill Clinton's nemesis from the '90s, has a scandal of his own.
Rachel Maddow speaks to Joy Reid about how Elizabeth Warren's endorsement of Hillary Clinton came about on "The Rachel Maddow Show".
With a little help from the classic sitcom "Friends", AM Joy takes a look at how some Republicans are hoping Trump will change between now and election day.
Comedian D.L. Hughley discusses his new book "Black Man, White House" and weighs in on the Obama presidency and the 2016 race.
A report by the Associated Press says Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi solicited a donation from Donald Trump before declining to investigate Trump University. Philip Levine, Fernand Amandi, Kathryn Serkes and David Corn join to discuss.
Donald Trump surrogate Steve Cortes, President of the Tara Dowdell Group, Tara Dowdell, and former deputy assistant secretary for President George H. W. Bush, Bruce Bartlett, debate Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's favorability numbers and discuss their responses to the Orlando shooting.
Donald Trump's rhetoric has been shocking to some in the 2016 race, but does it slightly echo Sarah Palin from the 2008 race? MSNBC's Joy Reid reports.
Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist joins MSNBC's Joy Reid to discuss his current bid for Congress, the growing gun control debate after the Orlando shooting, the GOP's view of Donald Trump, immigration policy, and Marco Rubio possibly running again for Senate.
On Wednesday Senator Marco Rubio hinted that he may run for re-election to his Senate seat. Rep. Alcee Hasting (D-FL), former Florida State Rep. Ana Rivas Logan, and advisor to former Florida Governor Charlie Crist, Kevin Cate, join MSNBC's Joy Reid to discuss.
Donald Trump's falling poll numbers and controversial comments could affect downticket GOP candidates in vulnerable senate seats. Arizona Republican senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward speaks to Joy Reid about her race against Sen. John McCain.
Some Republicans tried to portray themselves as championing gay rights after the mass shooting in Orlando. Rep. Sean Maloney, D-N.Y., Rich Tafel of Log Cabin Republicans, comedian Judy Gold and Aisha Moodie-Mills of Victory Fund join to discuss.
Former Ohio Governor and senate candidate Ted Strickland joins to discuss Donald Trump's impact on the race.
A 911 call in which the Orlando shooter pledged allegiance to ISIS has once again put Muslims under scrutiny. But investigators are still working together to piece a complete picture of his motivations. The Daily Beast's Dean Obeidallah and Malcolm Nance of the Terror Asymmetrics Project join to discuss.
CNBC contributor, Ron Isana, BBC correspondent, Kim Ghattas, and syndicated columnist, Bob Franken, join MSNBC's Joy Reid to discuss what drove the majority of people in the UK to vote in favor of the "Brexit," and confusion among British voters about what this means for the U.K.
Rep. Joe Crowley, D-NY, and Rep. Gregory Meeks, D-NY, join MSNBC's Joy Reid to discuss the historic sit-in they participated in this past week on the House floor calling for a vote on gun control legislation.
Former Ohio State Senator and Bernie Sanders' supporter, Nina Turner, Democratic strategist Krystal Ball, and national political strategist and President of the Brooklyn NAACP, L. Joy Williams, join MSNBC's Joy Reid to talk about Bernie Sanders remaining in the race for president, with no word on a formal Hillary Clinton endorsement.
Former Ohio State Senator and Bernie Sanders' supporter, Nina Turner, producer and director of the "Whiteness Project," Whitney Dow, and former Ohio Secretary of State, Ken Blackwell, comment on how "Brexit" supporters share similarities with supporters of Donald Trump.
Writer and commentator George Will, who helped shape Republican politics for decades, says he has officially left the party and changed his voter registration to "unaffiliated." NY Daily News' Robert George and The Washington Post's E.J. Dionne join to discuss.
According to his campaign, Donald Trump's proposed ban on Muslims entering the U.S. would apply only to those from countries that "support terrorism."
MSNBC's Joy Reid speaks to civil rights leader Rev. William Barber about what it truly means to be an evangelist and how our society defines morality.
Former House Speaker Newton Leroy Gingrich is the number one contestant in the veepstakes to join Donald Trump on the Republican presidential ticket. Former senior communications advisor to Mike Huckabee, Hogan Gidley, former Vermont Governor, Howard Dean, and former deputy campaign manager for Martin O'Malley, Lis Smith, join to discuss.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch has been under fire from Republicans and Democrats alike this week, after a chance meeting with President Bill Clinton on Monday. MSNBC contributor and Washington Post writer, Jonathan Capehart, got a chance to sit down with the Attorney General. He joins AM Joy to discuss.
Ranking Democrat on the House Select Committee on Benghazi, Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-MD, joins AM Joy to discuss the release of the House Benghazi report.
Omarosa Manigault was fired and in the fourth season, Randal Pinkett was hired by Donald Trump on "The Apprentice." Now, they have very different views on whether Trump should be elected president. Manigault and Pinkett join AM Joy to discuss.
Given that Ohio is an open-carry state, firearms will be permitted in the protest zones in Cleveland, though not in the arena itself. Amy Kremer, David Corn and Beth Fouhy join to discuss.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes joins Joy Reid to discuss the worldwide struggle between the elites and working class, and the driving forces behind Brexit and the rise of Donald Trump.
Rev. Al Sharpton joins to discuss the ruling in Ohio that upheld the state's practice of purging thousands of voters from its rolls who have not voted since the 2008 election.
Marvel Comics debuted a new character called M.O.D.A.A.K. - short for "Mental Organism Designed as America's King."
Donald Trump tweeted an attack on Hillary Clinton calling her the "most corrupt candidate ever!" with an image of her next to a six-pointed star over a pile of money. NBC's Perry Bacon Jr., Mother Jones' David Corn and Amy Kremer, co-founder of Women Vote Trump PAC, join to discuss.
Former NYPD officer, Eugene O'Donnell, and the President of the Center for Policing Equity, Phillip Atiba Goff, join MSNBC's Joy Reid to discuss gun reform in America and the ongoing tensions between police and the African American community.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-MD, reacts to the recent fatal police shootings of black Americans by police officers this past week and discusses how this will play into the fight for gun reform in America.
On Thursday, FBI Director James Comey was grilled by House Republicans over the investigation of Hillary Clinton's email server, while Democrats, specifically , U.S. Virgin Islands Rep. Stacey Plaskett reminded everyone what was really important to people across the country. She joins MSNBC's Joy Reid to discuss.
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have reacted to this past week of violence across the United States. Managing Editor at RedState.com, Leon Wolf, President of Brooklyn's NAACP, L. Joy Williams, and MTV News' Jamil Smith debate how the candidates and President Barack Obama should respond to situations like this.
Are body cameras really the solution when it comes to holding police accountable? Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, D-Mo., joins to discuss.
With less than two weeks before the start of the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump has been courting many different running mate contenders. David French, Jonathan Capehart, Joan Walsh and April Ryan join to discuss.
This week's news coverage proved that though we may all be looking at the same images, we are not all seeing the same things. Eric Boehlert, Jamilah Lemieux and David French join to discuss.
AM Joy Digital Producer Alexis Stodghill attended Lin-Manuel Miranda's last performance in the hit Broadway musical "Hamilton."
Looks like something went completely wrong!
But don't worry - it can happen to the best of us,
- and it just happened to you.
Please try again later or contact us.