Deadline: White House

By Nicolle Wallace, MSNBC

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 Jul 4, 2019
She is good. for a Republican she has common sense and laughs at life. she is genius level at communication strategies. I listen often.

Bob Simmons
 Jun 1, 2019
Nicole's show consistently assembles a smart panel that discusses relevant topics.

Isabel Fernandez
 Sep 15, 2018
nicolle. is. the. best. except when you guys don't post an episode


Drawing on years of experience as communications chief for President George W. Bush and senior advisor for the McCain-Palin campaign, Nicolle Wallace provides political insight and clarity on where the decision-makers stand on complex issues. Join her for analysis and discussion with the key newsmakers every weekday.

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"While I pray we’re nearing the bottom, I don’t think we’re there yet"

Nicolle Wallace breaks down the testimony from the first hearing held by the select committee on January 6th. Plus, the courage of the police officers defending the Capitol that day, how one of the officers had to fend off racist attacks, Texas Democrats locked in a standoff with their state, new mask guidance from the CDC, and Biden makes his first visit to an intelligence agency.  

Joined by: Luke Broadwater, Yamiche Alcindor, Matthew Dowd, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Eddie Glaude, Frank Figliuzzi, John Heilemann, David Plouffe, state Rep. Jasmine Crockett, Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, and David Leonhardt 

Jul 27, 2021
“Rolling civic power outages”

Nicolle Wallace discusses Speaker Pelosi appointing Congressman Adam Kinzinger to the select committee investigating January 6th. Plus, a Republican in Arizona is booed off the stage after calling the audit a farce, the price of the large number of Americans who won’t get vaccinated, countering the disinformation around vaccines and public health measures, who the 1/6 select committee should subpoena, Democrats look into Trump’s meddling at the CDC, and frightening remarks from a former national security adviser.  

Joined by: Jackie Alemany, Claire McCaskill, Charlie Sykes, Shaquille Brewster, Sen. Angus King, Dr. Peter Hotez, Eddie Glaude, Clint Watts, Carol Leonnig, Phil Rucker, Miles Taylor and Peter Strzok 

Jul 26, 2021
“Sick burns all around”

Alicia Menendez and Michael Steele, in for Nicolle Wallace, discuss the division among Republicans in pushing for the covid vaccine. Plus, Trump continues his money grift after his presidency, a January 6th rioter says Trump invited him to the Capitol, a state calls on the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, the ongoing fight over voting rights, Speaker Pelosi energizes Democrats by taking on Republicans, and the NFL puts teams on notice about unvaccinated players.

Joined by: Dr. Ashish Jha, Eugene Robinson, Carlos Curbelo, Jonathan Lemire, Clint Watts, Scott MacFarlane, Katie Barlow, Reverend Al Sharpton, Tara Setmayer, Neal Katyal, Antonia Hylton, Dr. Anne Rimon, Philip Bump, and Kevin Blackistone 

Jul 23, 2021
“Where those facts may lead”

Claire McCaskill and Michael Steele, in for Nicolle Wallace, discuss the continued fallout of McCarthy pulling his picks for the January 6th select committee after Pelosi vetoed two of his choices. Plus, one of the Capitol Police officers who was attacked by rioters is now attacked by right-wing media, mask mandates are again under consideration as covid cases rise, the Afghan interpreters who put their lives on the line are now in danger as U.S. troops withdraw, Biden defends the filibuster, how the new surge of covid is hitting the unvaccinated the hardest, and the Justice Department cracks down on the illegal pipeline of guns.

Joined by: Tim Miller, Robert Gibbs, Jackie Alemany, Mark Zaid, Eugene Scott, Matt Zeller, Jake Sherman, Donna Edwards, Sam Stein, Michelle Goldberg, Dr. Irwin Redlener, and Cedric Alexander  


Jul 22, 2021
“An unprecedented red line”

Claire McCaskill and Alicia Menendez, in for Nicolle Wallace, discuss Speaker Pelosi rejecting two of McCarthy’s picks for the select committee on January 6th. Plus, the political disparity in vaccine hesitancy, the Senate GOP blocks a procedural vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill, the vice president meets with election officials and poll workers, the rising number of Olympic athletes who have contracted covid, a look at hospitals in South Carolina seeing troubling jumps in covid ICU patients, and connecting the dots around who actually benefited from Trump's foreign policy.  

Joined by: Rep. Madeleine Dean, David Plouffe, Anna Palmer, Dr. Kavita Patel, Sen. John Tester, Symone Sanders, Tara Palmieri, David Jolly, Ben Rhodes, Rep. Joaquin Castro, Ellison Barber, Dr. Rob Davidson, and Matt Miller

Jul 21, 2021
"A collision of realities over time"

Alicia Menendez and Jason Johnson, in for Nicolle Wallace, discuss Minority Leader McCarthy naming five GOP lawmakers to the January 6th select committee. Plus, the chair of Trump’s inaugural committee is indicted for foreign lobbying, Dr. Fauci pushes back against misinformation from a GOP senator, today marks 6 months of the Biden presidency, the role of Fox News in vaccine hesitancy, a primary race in Ohio captures the divide in the Democratic party, and coal miners in Alabama press forward with a months-long strike.  


Joined by: Rep. Jim Himes, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Hayes Brown, Carol Leonnig, Phil Rucker, Clint Watts, A.B. Stoddard, Dr. Uche Blackstock, Tom Winter, Joyce Vance, Niambi Carter, and Charlotte Alter 

Jul 20, 2021
Lives Well Lived

One year, over a half a million lives lost.  

Nicolle Wallace hosts a special 1-hour edition of our daily segment Lives Well Lived, honoring the over 500,000 Americans who have died from Covid-19. 

Mar 11, 2021
Welcome to "Deadline: White House"

Drawing on her years of experience as communications chief for President George W. Bush and senior advisor for the McCain-Palin campaign, Nicolle Wallace provides political insight and clarity on where key decision-makers stand on complex issues.

Apr 03, 2018