"It's a dying party that I can no longer defend."
After six months in the White House, Republican President Donald Trump has caused more problems for his party than he has fixed. The political disaster prompted “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough not only to leave the GOP but to urge his fellow Republicans to consider doing the same. “The Republican Party lost its senses,” Scarborough wrote in a Washington Post op-ed Monday.
Conservative radio host Steve Deace called out MSNBC on Tuesday for allowing morning host Joe Scarborough to turn his show “into a Trump super PAC for six months.” During a Tuesday discussion about how Republican leaders were fleein...
In an op-ed published by The Washington Post, MSNBC's Joe Scarborough claimed in his headline that President Trump is "killing the Republican Party.
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough blasted his fellow Republicans who’ve “sold their soul” and trashed American civic values in the service of President Donald Trump. He watched a clip Friday on “Morning Joe” that showed White House budget dir...
President Donald Trump took to Twitter Monday morning to defend his son Don Jr., who is embroiled in controversy after it was revealed he met with Russians promising dirt on Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election campaign.