On Monday’s “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, co-host Mika Brzezinski spoke out on remarks made by Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson, accusing him of “white supremacy” in pointing out black-on-black crime statistics. “In places like this and on ‘Meet the Press,’ there should be room for a conversation to happen,” Brzezinski said. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama made his statement on the resignation of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel from the White House on Monday morning. Hagel and Vice President Joe Biden stood alongside Obama during the remarks. The president began by...Show More Summary
Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough worried Monday morning that officer Darren Wilson's indictment had become necessary to avoid violent tumult in Ferguson and elsewhere.
Morning Joe host Mika Brzezinski defended former Gotham Mayor Rudy Giuliani for his comments about black-on-black crime and chided fellow MSNBC-er Michael Eric Dyson for alleging that Giuliani's comments were indicative of the "defensive mechanism of white supremacy in your mind."
Life is funny. I remember looking out my new living room window one morning and seeing the Farallon Islands for the first time. Even on a sunny day, they sometimes don’t appear given they are 30 miles away. But everything was crystal clear this morning and I could see the island’s entire silhouette. I distinctly Read More...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tells The New York Times Magazine about his once hot, now quite cold relationship with MSNBC, and in particular, with Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski of “Morning Joe,” where Christie was once aShow More Summary
Once upon a time, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was the rare Republican bird who would willingly go on MSNBC’s Morning Joe — and was, in fact, friends with its hosts. Now he does not, and Morning Joe mocks him (because they are no longer friends), and Christie is sure that it’s because of Bridge-gate.
On Thursday’s “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, Obama administration adviser Jennifer Palmieri defended President Barack Obama’s anticipated executive amnesty action scheduled to be made official later this week. Palmieri argued against a Washington...Show More Summary
White House Director of Communications Jennifer Palmieri affirmed to Morning Joe Thursday morning that President Barack Obama's proposed executive action carving out legal protection for undocumented immigrations currently residing in the United States was within his constitutional powers, and did not represent an executive power grab of regal dimensions.
Rachel Maddow had a long segment on this last night when the new House chairs were announced (an abbreviated version seen above). This morning House Majority Whip didn't see any problems at all when he was on Morning Joe. via The National...Show More Summary
Appearing on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to discuss his new book, The Stranger: Barack Obama in the White House, Meet the Press host Chuck Todd confirmed that Democratic senators have called MSNBC to find out what the White House is planning, since President Obama rarely speaks to any of them on a regular basis. “I actually had a […]
On Wednesday’s “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, former Gov. Howard Dean (D-VT), also the former Democratic National Committee chairman, criticized the ObamaCare legislation in the wake of revelations that one of the architects, Jonathan Gruber, dismissed the American people as “stupid,” which he said allowed for that bill to be passed into law. Show More Summary
Morning Joe's Joe Scarborough was back at it again this Tuesday, blaming President Obama for not cleaning up George W. Bush's mess in the Middle East quickly enough to suit him and banging the war drums for the U.S. to intervene more...Show More Summary
Tuesday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," former Obama administration senior adviser and current Director of the Institute of Politics at the University of Chicago David Axelrod said the president would be smart to compromise with Republicans on changes to his signature legislation the Affordable Care Act. Show More Summary
Tuesday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," host Joe Scarborough said President Barack Obama’s policy toward ISIS is "scaring the hell out of the world." “The president loves leading from behind. You’re not going to be able to lead from behind on this anymore," Scarborough said. Show More Summary
"I keep wondering if it won't show in history: George W. Bush went too far, too excessive, too prepared to use force and Barack Obama overcorrected and we're paying a terrible price for it now," Scarborough said in a warmup speech that referenced at least four ex-Presidents.
Each day is a gift. Each gift is special. And this Friday gave us Mika Brzezinsky gently swaying to "Puff, The Magic Dragon" on Morning Joe.
On his Wednesday radio show, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh emphatically stated that it was not the job of newly elected Republican majority in both chambers of Congress to govern, work together, find common ground or compromise. Show More Summary
According to the Weather Channel, its 6am "Wake Up with Al Roker" beat both CNN's New Day" and MSNBC's "Morning Joe" this month: -- Thank you, @weatherchannel viewers. The week of 10/6, WUWA outperformed CNN, and during the week of 10/20,...Show More Summary
On his Thursday broadcast, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough attacked Democrats for avoiding President Barack Obama and his policies altogether, despite some of them having been successful according to Scarborough. But added Republicans weren’t without fault. Show More Summary