MSNBC (@MSNBC)

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2007-03-29 13:15:41

WATCH: South Carolina voters share their policy views and candidate preferences with  @Ari Melber on the eve of the pivotal primary. https://on.msnbc.com/385JwO1

On the eve of the South Carolina primary, rapper Mook argues against the influx of big money in politics, Warren supporter and actress Anika Noni Rose calls out home-state Sen. Graham, and reporter Niall Stanage tells super-delegates to fall back. https://on.msnbc.com/39m7mWU

"He’s actually the one guy around who has experience in dealing with a virus that gets out of control—only he went in exactly the wrong direction...I can't think of a worse person to put in charge of dealing with the coronavirus.” - Sen. Warren on VP Pence https://on.msnbc.com/2wdXTT1

"The core principle of any of us who have a platform...is to be transparent and clear about what the science says and what the risks might be,"  @Chris Hayes says. "And right now, that basic threshold has not been met.” https://on.msnbc.com/2wUXjdb

.@MMFlint: Trump calling the coronavirus a 'hoax' is the most ever thing I've ever heard a president say in my lifetime.

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#11thHour

@Michael Moore: Trump calling the coronavirus a 'hoax' is the most ever thing I've ever heard a president say in my lifetime. Learn more: https://on.msnbc.com/3afyQxy  #11thHour

In an ongoing extradition case,  @Natasha Bertrand says Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's defense team will argue that Richard Grenell, the new acting DNI, "intervened in Assange's extradition case and his arrest on the direct orders of President Trump." https://on.msnbc.com/3civdJi

WATCH: A voter at a Bernie Sanders rally recounts how he persuaded his parents to shift from Joe Biden to Sen. Sanders in the South Carolina primary, and tells  @Ari Melber how issues of "education and health care together” were crucial. https://on.msnbc.com/39aimH1

WATCH:  @Rachel Maddow MSNBC breaks down news that health officials in Oregon have announced the state's first presumptive case of coronavirus, which would be the third community-spread case in the U.S. with no known origin. https://on.msnbc.com/2TbgzvL

As federal health and science professionals try to give the public accurate information about coronavirus, the White House is directing them to clear statements with VP Pence's office first. https://on.msnbc.com/2VuwkPQ

"We need Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House and the best insurance for that, I believe, is a Joe Biden candidacy," Rep. Clyburn tells  @Chris Matthews. "That will hold on to the House, that will give us a chance to win the Senate." https://on.msnbc.com/2I3TIM6

"That was completely misconstrued," Dr. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, reacts to NYTimes reporting that theWhite House had instructed him not to say anything else without clearance. "I'm not being muzzled." https://on.msnbc.com/388pSRi

"Bernie Sanders' campaign has been making the argument that what they're good at — they have a revolution, they can expand the electorate. Here we have the ideal context to test that claim." - Princeton University professor Eddie Glaude https://on.msnbc.com/3a6UjZE

Live on @MSNBC: 

Sen. Warren speaks to @chrislhayes during a special live broadcast from Charleston, South Carolina, ahead of the state's primary on Saturday.

Live on  @MSNBC: Sen. Warren speaks to  @Chris Hayes during a special live broadcast from Charleston, South Carolina, ahead of the state's primary on Saturday.

Tomorrow on @MSNBC: 
The race for the Democratic nomination continues with the South Carolina Primary. Brian Williams and @Maddow will break down the results, along with @NicolleDWallace, @HardballChris, @JoyAnnReid and @SteveKornacki at the big board.

Tomorrow on  @MSNBC: The race for the Democratic nomination continues with the South Carolina Primary. Brian Williams and  @Rachel Maddow MSNBC will break down the results, along with  @Nicolle Wallace,  @Chris Matthews,  @Joy Reid and  @Steve Kornacki at the big board.

"Pres. Trump ended that global health security unit within the White House ... knowing that all of the health experts have told us that it wasn't a matter of if, it was a matter of when a global virus like this would pose such a grave threat." - @HediNBC https://on.msnbc.com/2I7z6CJ

"When you have mixed messaging like that, it's not great for public health...If your government is telling you radically different things and some of it is not based on science, then people are not going to trust you." - Washington Post reporter Lena Sun https://on.msnbc.com/3aehGAn

"We're starting to see some very significant, and perhaps scary signs of what's to come,"  @Cal Perry says. "It's becoming a housing issue. It's becoming an economic issue for Charleston, and I think that's what we're going to see across the country." https://on.msnbc.com/2wiI6SM

WATCH: Seth Cousins, who served as a juror in the Roger Stone trial, talks to  @Rachel Maddow MSNBC about the work ethic and fairness of his colleagues on the jury, and attacks by President Trump on the jury foreperson and judge in the case. https://on.msnbc.com/3ce7SIJ

.@AliVelshi on the floor of the NYSE on Friday with analysis of a tough week for stocks due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus.

@Ali Velshi on the floor of the NYSE on Friday with analysis of a tough week for stocks due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus.

"They just want our vote,"  @Trymaine Lee speaks with black, rural voters in South Carolina about how they worry they're being used by candidates https://on.msnbc.com/3cs1jlU

WATCH:  @Steve Kornacki breaks down the latest polling numbers in South Carolina and what they show us about Joe Biden's chances in The Palmetto State. https://on.msnbc.com/2IhDC1T  #TrackingKornacki

JUST IN: President Trump says he will again nominate Rep. Ratcliffe as US director of national intelligence.

"You have a bunch of bad decisions by the president [and] an effort to silence the people who can give the public the straight information," Ron Klain, who headed the U.S. response to the Ebola crisis, says of the Trump admin. response to coronavirus. https://on.msnbc.com/3cekQGe

Chef @andrewzimmern addresses the growing problem of addiction in the restaurant business and explores how the industry can offer a path forward to those in recovery.

Watch #WhatsEatingAmerica Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on @MSNBC.

Chef  @Andrew Zimmern addresses the growing problem of addiction in the restaurant business and explores how the industry can offer a path forward to those in recovery. Watch  #WhatsEatingAmerica Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on  @MSNBC. http://msnbc.com/whatseatingamerica

Tomorrow on @MSNBC: 
The race for the Democratic nomination continues with the South Carolina Primary. Brian Williams and @Maddow will break down the results, along with @NicolleDWallace, @HardballChris, @JoyAnnReid and @SteveKornacki at the big board.

Tomorrow on  @MSNBC: The race for the Democratic nomination continues with the South Carolina Primary. Brian Williams and  @Rachel Maddow MSNBC will break down the results, along with  @Nicolle Wallace,  @Chris Matthews,  @Joy Reid and  @Steve Kornacki at the big board.

@Maddow Blog: Why VP Pence is an unfortunate choice to oversee coronavirus response https://on.msnbc.com/395avdI

Programming notice: @MMFlint will join us tonight to discuss Trump, the 2020 campaign, and more!

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#11thHour

Programming notice:  @Michael Moore will join us tonight to discuss Trump, the 2020 campaign, and more! Learn more: https://nbcnews.to/2I2kwMU  #11thHour

.@katyturnbc: If you cannot work with Republicans, how do you govern?

Steyer: Former Pres. Obama couldn't work with them. We went through 8 years where Republicans refused to do things that would be good for the US because they thought they'd be good for the Democratic Party.

@Katy Tur: If you cannot work with Republicans, how do you govern? Steyer: Former Pres. Obama couldn't work with them. We went through 8 years where Republicans refused to do things that would be good for the US because they thought they'd be good for the Democratic Party.

"There's a heightened sense of concern within the president's circle," Washington Post's Philip Rucker says. "There's a realization too that Trump isn't a great fit for this moment...there's a lot of concern that this could go off the rails very quickly." https://on.msnbc.com/2uJSQcM

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