Live from Cleveland, the Morning Joe panel continues the discussion about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s “dark” acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention that attempted to tap into the emotions of fearful or anxious citizens. Says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle: “My instinct is that … crime, people getting killed — it’s been going on for decades right in front of us. But we have never had Twitter…Instagram. We have never had things popping up in a second (on social media). And we have never had a country where the majority of people walking around are staring at their phones instead of looking at the country around them.” Hear the rest of the conversation and with whom Trump’s messages most resonated — and why. Only on MSNBC.