U.S. Congressman William Keating (D-MA) joins Chris McCarthy for his weekly appearance on WBSM.

Keating shares insight on the firing of former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, which he said he found "disappointing."

"The fact that he was undercut, the president giving his son-in-law authority over him in many respects...really, Secretary Tillerson I think is an honest person, a professional," Keating said. "However, I don't think he had a fair chance."

Keating also had issues with some of the names to possibly replace General H.R. McMaster as President Trump's National Security Advisor.

The discussion also turned to China's role in the fentanyl epidemic, how to increase wind power in Massachusetts, and more.