Republicans in Congress said little when Donald Trump's ban on immigrants led to chaos, they ignored widespread protest against his cabinet picks, and they still fail to call out statements that are untrue. Save for a scattered voice of dissent in Republican ranks, the GOP seems unruffled by Donald Trump's behavior as president - except when it comes to Russia. John McCain is turning into Trump's fiercest critic where most others fear to tread. Is this his moment to be a hero?
Also, this hour: Psychiatrists around the country have been expressing their concern over Donald Trump's mental health. This breaks a long-standing ethical code known as the "Goldwater rule," which was passed in 1964 after psychiatrists determined Barry Goldwater was unfit to be president, despite never examining him in person. Goldwater sued and won. Should psychiatrists weigh-in or keep their concerns to themselves?
- Gabriel Sherman - National Affairs Editor at New York Magazine, NBC News/MSNBC contributor, and the author of Loudest in the Room: How the Brilliant, Bombastic Roger Ailes Built Fox News - and Divided a Country
- Harold (Hank) Schwartz - He is psychiatrist-in-chief at the Institute of Living and Hartford Hospital, and regional vice president of Hartford HealthCare.
- Paul Bass - Founder and Editor, New Haven Independent and New Haven community radio station WNHH
Colin McEnroe and Chion Wolf contributed to this show.