Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made fun of a New York Times reporter’s chronic illness while defending his bogus claim that “thousands” of Arabs in New Jersey celebrated the 9/11 attacks, Politico reported. Trump mocked Serge Kovaleski during a campaign rally in...
Partially defending Donald Trump on Morning Joe, former New York Mayor gave credence to reports of Muslims in New Jersey cheering the toppling of the World Trade Center. Giuliani, who served as NYC’s mayor during the terrorist attacks on 9/11, was asked by co-host Mika Brzezinski about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump‘s claim that he witnesses people [...]
The former mayor of New York City admitted on Morning Joe that he recalled hearing reports of cheers in New Jersey and New York on Sept. 11, 2001, but stressed that he never saw any footage.
From the November 25 edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe: JOE SCARBOROUGH: You know what, there is one element of truth to what Trump's saying that is true and funny because the poor Washington Post reporter writes this. At the time. AndShow More Summary
You name the problem, Tom Friedman's got the answer: raise taxes on gasoline. Looks like Tom Brokaw's caught Friedman's gas-tax raising fever. On today's Morning Joe, Brokaw proposed, as part of fighting the war on terror, raising gas taxes by five cents per gallon. Show More Summary
On Wednesday's Morning Joe former White House Communications Director Nicolle Wallace took a particularly hard tone with President Obama for ignoring the fears of the American public. She said, "I don't understand why he can't tap into his own humanity!"
Host of MSNBC's Morning Joe Joe Scarborough took aim at President Barack Obama Tuesday morning, slamming the president's rhetoric for downplaying the threat posed by ISIS.
MSNBC’s Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle disputed President Obama’s contention that the media are whipping people into a frenzy over the terror attacks in France and Mali, instead blaming Obama for being out of touch and making Americans feeling “leaderless:” He’s been out of the country for 10 days, and certainly out of the loop in […]
On Monday's Morning Joe, the crew discussed New York Police Commissioner William Bratton's appearance on Sunday's Meet the Press. Joe Scarborough played a clip of Bratton begging Congress to pass a law preventing people on the government's terrorism watch list from buying guns. Scarborough echoed the plea as well.
Newsflash: We handpicked sixteen of the most notable looks from the American Music Awards for Cosmo this morning. To wit: “This particular awards show was crawling with people who used to date – Gigi and Joe, Kendall and Nick, Kendall and Harry Styles, and, of course, Selena and the Biebs. It all seems like a set-up Read More...
He won a Superbowl. We're required to remind you that these strong takes are SATIRE. Sorry, not sorry. All spelling errors are intentional, we think. -- The editor. Wellcome to the Monday Morning BM, just a word of warning your probably...Show More Summary
Sometimes, I think maybe, just maybe, Morning Joe will have on a guest that will overpower Squint's obvious and total disdain for President Obama. With guests like Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations and Harold Ford Jr., that is as likely as July rain in Israel. Show More Summary
The Morning Joe host ranted Monday on his frustrations over President Obamas supposed refusal to terrify us more over ISIS.
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In the wake of reports that particular information may have been altered discussing the rise of ISIS in recent years, Joe Scarborough surmised his view on the relationship between the Obama administration's narrative and intelligence documents, referring to them as "cooked books".
Joe Scarborough opened today's Morning Joe with coverage of the unfolding terror attack in Mali, and promptly turned to Ayman Mohyeldin for a report. The very first words out of Mohyeldin's mouth were "it's important to emphasize we still don't know the identity of these gunmen who have taken the hotel hostage." Great point, Ayman. Show More Summary
As exemplified by Margaret Carlson on “Morning Joe”: Carlson said of assimilating immigrants, “we do know how to do it. Europe doesn’t know how to do it. France especially doesn’t know how to do it. England not very good at it. And so, we have less of a problem. You know, those people who have […]
Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Joe Bel Bruno is now news director for The Hollywood Reporter. Previously, he was deputy entertainment editor at the Los Angeles Times. (Email) Hector Fabregas is now vice president and director of sales for Univision Chicago. Show More Summary
A series of reports about industrialists Charles and David Koch revealed that the brothers have advocated for decriminalizing white-collar crime, conduct "competitive intelligence" gathering on liberal groups and activists, and donated...Show More Summary
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) defended Syrian refugees Wednesday against lawmakers who say they shouldn't enter the U.S. in the wake of the Paris attacks. When asked on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" how to help refugees while keeping Americans...Show More Summary