Host of MSNBC's Morning Joe, former member of Congress
Former Congressman Joe Scarborough (R-Fla.) serves as host of "Scarborough Country," weeknights 10-11 p.m. ET on MSNBC.
Prior to the launch of "Scarborough Country" in April 2003, Scarborough served as a regular contributor to MSNBC, providing on-air commentary and analysis. Scarborough's experience has included guest-hosting spots on all of the major cable news networks and many other guest appearances on both network and cable news programs.
Joe Scarborough served as a member of Congress from 1994-2001. While in office, he served on the Judiciary Committee and the Armed Services Committee. After leaving Congress, he was named by President Bush to the President's Council on the 21st Century Workforce, where he served with Labor Secretary Chao, national labor officials and business leaders. Currently, Scarborough is on leave from the law firm Levin, Papantonio, where he concentrated his practice in securities litigation and environmental law.
Scarborough resides in Florida with his wife, Susan, and their children.