Michael Edison Hayden, politics reporter for Newsweek, discusses the deal Democrats made with Republicans to re-open the government for another three weeks. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) promised to address immigration before the next funding deadline. Hayden weighs in on whether Democrats made a mistake by accepting a verbal agreement from McConnell, who has yet to follow through on promises he made to members of his own party. We also talk about what will happen with the Democratic Party, as some supported Senator Chuck Schumer's (D-NY) decision to strike a deal with the GOP and others criticized it. Hayden discusses his latest piece on the fracturing of the alt-right and how the movement is struggling to pick up momentum following the election of President Trump.

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