Filmmaker Michael Moore on Thursday urged Democrats not to make the mistake of trying to win back white voters who will never leave the Republican Party.
“I think a lot of Democrats don’t understand,” Moore said following the July 31 Democratic debate. “The majority of the working class in this country are women. When you say working class, you’re talking about young people 18 to 35. They make the least amount of money. When you’re talking about working class, you’re talking about people of color. They make the least amount of money. That’s who the working class is.”
Watch Moore’s entire appearance on MSNBC below.
Israeli exit polls show Netanyahu losing election: reports
In a surprising turn of events, exit polls in Israel show Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu losing the election. The prime minister's voting block failed to reach a 61 seats majority in the Knesset.
WATCH: Corey Lewandowski fumes after Sheila Jackson rips him apart for hiding the truth about Trump
As part of its investigation into President Donald Trump’s conduct related to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, the House Judiciary Committee called Corey Lewandowski — a key witness in the probe’s report — for a hearing Tuesday afternoon.
But Lewandowski — the president’s former campaign manager known for aggressively manhandling a reporter in 2016 — was committed to making a mockery of the proceedings. The White House had said, on highly dubious legal grounds, that it was exerting privilege over Lewandowski’s communications with Trump and that he would only directly address matters already revealed in the Mueller report. He decided to follow this direction.
US Justice Department sues Snowden over new book
The US Justice Department on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against Edward Snowden seeking to prevent the former CIA employee and National Security Agency contractor from profiting from his new book.
The civil lawsuit against Snowden, who is living in Russia after leaking information about the US government's mass surveillance program, accuses him of violating non-disclosure agreements he signed with the CIA and NSA.
The lawsuit says Snowden published his book, "Permanent Record," which went on sale on Tuesday, without submitting it to the agencies first for pre-publication review.