David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, discusses the James Comey book tour. He also addresses Comey and Trump's conversation about jailing reporters, remarking that "the ugliness that is displayed in private" by Trump is also "displayed at the lectern."
Michael Avenatti, the attorney for Stormy Daniels, says the storm for Sean Hannity could intensify as more information from the Michael Cohen raid is released. Hannity has downplayed his relationship with Cohen and Fox has said Hannity has the network's full support.
What's this friendship all about? Is Trump an unofficial producer of Hannity's show? John Avlon, Sarah Ellison, and Ed Felsenthal discuss the uniquely close relationship between the president and the Fox host.
A must-see "Reliable Sources" montage of Fox hosts and the president making very similar points. Brian Stelter and John Avlon follow up, with Avlon saying the talking points are actually "dumbing down" our political debate.
The editors of the Denver Post are doing battle with the paper's hedge fund owner. Michael Hancock, the mayor of Denver, tells Brian Stelter why he is supporting the paper despite its critical coverage of him.
Brian Stelter asks Sabrina Siddiqui and David Gergen the uncomfortable question raised by Rachel Maddow just minutes after President Trump announced strikes in Syria: Does Trump have a "wag the dog" perception problem? David Gergen says "it was not a wag the dog," but "it may have been twisting the tail."