Legislatively speaking, Trumps presidency is over, Sen. Ted Cruzs former communications director Rick Tyler declared on MSNBCs Morning Joe Friday.
The New York Daily News reports: Following the collapse of the “skinny” Obamacare repeal bill Friday, one pundit has declared the Trump presidency as good as finished. Appearing on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Friday, Sen. Ted Cruz’s former...Show More Summary
Donny Deutsch then said the president was impotent.
New York Times’ columnist Bret Stephens joined Morning Joe on Friday, where he compared President Trump's "shamelessness" to that of disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner.
On Morning Joe, former Cruz staffer Rick Tyler points out the deep problems in the Republican party after last night's healthcare vote, recalling that Mitch McConnell assured Republicans the bill as is wouldn't pass in the House, but that wasn't enough for John McCain. "McCain got those assurances, too, but in the end... Show More Summary
The White House has essentially turned into a clique of high school girls doing the work of the American taxpayer, according to an MSNBC panel. In a Thursday “Morning Joe” discussion, the panel addressed the professionalism of the White House staff that appears to be feuding. Wednesday...
The incoming White House communications director has threatened to “fire everybody” to stop the profusion of leaks — and MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough said he might literally have to do that. “Let’s just say from experience — everybody on this set knows this...
The Democratic Party’s new campaign slogan, “Better Deal,” even got a tepid and dismissive response from liberals at MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” show. If that’s not telling, what is? Remember, the slogan was initially mocked on social media as a copy of the slogan for the pizza chain Papa John’s, “Better Ingredients, Better Pizza, Papa John’s”.
The set of Morning Joe became chaotic Tuesday morning as the President’s tweets finally drove co-host Joe Scarborough off the deep end. The incident occurred after the President seemingly tweeted out a response to the panel criticizing acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe. Show More Summary
The "Morning Joe" co-host suggested the president should change the dial to ESPN.
Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA) appeared on Morning Joe Tuesday morning to decry the latest series of tweets from President Donald Trump. During the segment, Dent was asked whether Trump’s decision to publicly attack Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has long been one of his staunchest political...
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MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough urged President Donald Trump to stop working himself into a stir with morning news shows and watch ESPN’s “SportsCenter” instead. The “Morning Joe” host said Trump’s recent tweets attacking Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Hillary...
Morning Joe brought on Charlie Savage, national security and legal reporter from the New York Times to talk about presidential pardon power, and whether the president can be indicted. "We don't know in the president can be indicted while he -- there's nothing in the constitution that talks about that. Show More Summary
The news this morning is a long statement released by Jared Kushner ahead of his testimony before the Senate and House intel committees this week, and the Morning Joe crew dug into it. "My biggest question is how he doesn't know what this Don Jr. Show More Summary
First out of the gate was MSNBC staff journalist Kasie Hunt, who pithily summed up the statement as the "chaos and sloppiness defense."
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski’s bizarre feud with President Donald Trump relinquished another tidbit of hilarity. The “Morning Joe” hosts revealed in a New York Magazine profile that a bunny that Brzezinski got for Scarborough’s youngest son for his birthday had a...
Two US breakfast show hosts targeted by President Trump in a bizarre Twitter tirade have told Channel 4 News that everything he said was false. Trump lashed out at MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, claiming they had “spoken badly of him”.
On Morning Joe, Mike Barnicle asked New York Times reporter Michael Schmidt about last night's blockbuster story. "There's a lot in this piece, but obviously the flashing red light here is the notion that the president is talking about...Show More Summary
The comparison came during a discussion of Trump's relationship with Attorney General Jeff Sessions.