The second day of the New Hampshire Republican Party's "First in the Nation" leadership summit kicked off Saturday morning with a speech from MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, a former GOP congressman.
MSNBC’s Morning Joe blasted Hillary Clinton’s Iowa events, which may not be a good thing since Hillary flopped in Iowa back in her 2008 campaign. And, it’s not like MSNBC is a conservative-learning network:
Instead of leaping in celebration at the Hillary rollout on Morning Joe, MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski lamented the fact she was forced to settle for a pale imitation of the left’s true savior, Senator Elizabeth Warren. Brzezinski, a devout...Show More Summary
Joe Peacock lost it all. It was good friends and good music that brought him back. _____ By Joe Peacock This morning, I sat on my couch and watched a record spin on a turntable across the room. A record. Like, an LP made of vinyl. On a turntable. Show More Summary
Mary Anne Weaver appeared on today's Morning Joe to discuss her New York Times Magazine cover article "Her Majesty's Jihadists." On the one hand, Weaver paints a striking portrait of the radicalization of young Muslims in the UK, reporting for example that there are more British jihadists than there are Muslims serving in the British military. Show More Summary
Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough was so unhappy with the New York Times' Chris Christie headline this morning that he printed it, ON PAPER, and then held that paper to the screen. There are so many apps for that.
MSNBC’s Morning Joe came out ahead of CNN’s New Day in the cable news morning show ratings on Tuesday for both the 25-54 demo and total viewers.
MSNBC did one very good thing and one very bad thing on Morning Joe Wednesday morning. The good: The announcement of Ari Melber's promotion to Chief Legal Correspondent of MSNBC. Extended thoughts on the move can be seen here. And the bad...
Sen. John McCain recently raged against Obama’s Iran deal by calling Secretary John Kerry’s handling of the project "delusional." On Monday's Morning Joe, National Journal’s Ron Fournier was visibly vexed at McCain for attacking Obama’s sacred cow and described the former Vietnam POW’s comments as "beyond the pale. Show More Summary
Consider the following video a perfect encapsulation of everything that is so loathsome about Beltway culture and, more specifically, the "TV for elites" gabfest that is MSNBC's Morning Joe...
On Morning Joe Wednesday morning, host Mika Brzezinski said that Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton was onto something with a more economically populist message, but needed make it comes across as more organic.
During an appearance on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Wednesday, ABC News political commentator Cokie Roberts rushed to the defense of Hillary Clinton after the New York Times revealed that a congressional committee had asked Clinton about her use of a private e-mail account while at the State Department more than two years ago.
Cokie Roberts put it in perspective on “Morning Joe”. “The people who are not going to vote on Hillary Clinton based on e-mails are already not going to vote for her based on her email, which is about three people,” Roberts said. She and the rest of the panel added the story could damage Clinton’s [...]
"The moment was briefly captured on live television before the network cut away to a commercial break."
Another aspect of the Hillary Clinton inevitability narrative, hooray: partisan voter patterns are largely set, meaning a person will likely vote for their party's nominee no matter what. As Cokie Roberts pointed out on Morning Joe Wednesday morning, this meant that Clinton's recent email conflagration was unlikely to sway many voters.
When Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) announced his candidacy for president on Monday, he did everything he could to stress how much younger and fresher he is than Hillary Clinton. But in Morning Joe host Mika Brzezinski's eyes, that is not necessarily a selling point.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who announced his presidential campaign on Monday, opened up about his taste in music during an interview with MSNBC that aired Tuesday on "Morning Joe." Rubio declined to indulge reporter Kasie Hunt's request...Show More Summary
Image via "Second star to the right and straight on till morning!" is the indelible refrain from J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan, but designer-cum-emoji translator Joe Hale makes it even more iconic in his new pictographic retelling of theShow More Summary
Sounds like the truth to me, doesn’t it? Hillary Clinton hasn’t driven her own car since the late 1990s and her camp has struggled to make her seem relatable to the normal American.
“Meet the Press” moderator, Chuck Todd, minced no words about opinion on Hillary Clinton‘s campaign roll out on Monday’s edition of “Morning Joe.” \"Every box was checked,\" Todd told Mika and Joe. \"They put out the campaign memo that...Show More Summary