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Saturday, April 30, 2016

MSNBC Politics

Kasich: Gay People 'Probably' Born That Way

Yesterday
John Kasich was pressed by a man in California to answer whether or not he believed people are born gay, setting off a lengthy and somewhat testy exchange. by Kailani Koenig

'West Wing's' C.J. Cregg Opens White House Briefing

Yesterday
"Josh is out today. He has, I believe it's a root canal," Janney said, referencing back to a notable moment on the show. by Elisha Fieldstadt

GOP Elites Reaching 'Acceptance Phase' for Donald Trump

Yesterday
Some of those who have fiercely criticized the controversial presidential front-runner have now signaled their willingness to support his candidacy. by Benjy Sarlin

Obama and Seth Meyers Once Roasted Trump to His Face

Yesterday
The White House Correspondents' Dinner will mark the five-year anniversary of the night Obama and comedian Seth Meyers made Trump a laughingstock. by Andrew Rafferty

That Time When Barack Obama and Seth Meyers Roasted Trump

Yesterday
The White House Correspondents' Dinner will mark the five-year anniversary of the night Obama and comedian Seth Meyers made Trump a laughingstock. by NBC News

The Lid: Kasich and Cruz Had a Week Filled With Hail Marys

Yesterday
Welcome to The Lid, your afternoon dose of the 2016 ethos… It's White House Correspondents Dinner (otherwise known as Nerd Prom) weekend, which for ma by Carrie Dann and Andrew Rafferty

Ted Cruz: 'The Entire Country is Looking to Indiana'

Yesterday
Ted Cruz is stressing the importance of Indiana to his campaign, but he isn't quite ready to say that the state is where he is making his last stand. by Sally Bronston

Poll: Majority of Women in U.S. Have Experienced Gender-Based Discrimination

Yesterday
A majority, 51 percent, of women have personally experienced discrimination based on their gender, according to the NBC News|SurveyMonkey poll. by Stephanie Psyllos and Hannah Hartig and John Lapinski

Will Ferrell Walks Away From Controversial Reagan Movie

Yesterday
Before it even went to production, a planned satire of Ronald Reagan inspired heavy criticism from conservatives and members of Reagan's family. by Adam Howard

Protesters Force Trump to Take Alternate Route to Speech

Yesterday
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is forced to use the back entrance after protesters storm the entrance of the California GOP Convention

Clinton Team Shifting Staff to General Election Swing States

Yesterday
So far, the campaign is setting up state directors in Florida, New Hampshire and Colorado. by Kristen Welker

When Obama and Seth Meyers roasted Trump

Yesterday
At the 2011 White House Correspondent's Dinner, President Obama and Seth Meyers were quick to lay down the jokes on Donald Trump and his bid for

Russian War Plane Flies in 'Unsafe' Manner Near U.S. Aircraft

Yesterday
A Russian war plane "performed erratic and aggressive maneuvers" near a U.S. military aircraft on Friday, the Pentagon said Friday. by Courtney Kube

Protesters and Police Clash Outside Trump Rally in California

Yesterday
Protesters are clashing with police outside a Donald Trump rally in Burlingame, California ahead of the Republican presidential frontrunner's address to the state's GOP convention on Friday. by Andrew Rafferty

WATCH: Protesters Descend on California Trump Event

Yesterday
Donald Trump is set to deliver remarks to the California State GOP Convention.

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