Joe Scarborough

“We actually have the person on the witness stand who is actually testifying against interests for himself and for Donald Trump," the MSNBC host fumed.
"I can trust Joe Biden," McChrystal said, roughly 10 years after he bashed Biden, then vice president, in a Rolling Stone profile.
The presidential debate commission says it will soon adopt changes to its format after Trump repeatedly interrupted Biden and the moderator during the first debate.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough wondered why the first lady didn't criticize the president when she called for civility during her speech at the RNC.
"You really should stop watching and get over your problem with women," responded the co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
Trump just opens himself up to “a more severe counterattack” on so many issues, explained “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough.
“None dare call it treason, but perhaps one day they will," the MSNBC host wrote in his piece for The Washington Post.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough wondered, “Does [Trump] want to be elected president of the United States? Does he really want to be there?”
The "Morning Joe" host spelled out the real meaning of the legal disclaimer for the president's upcoming campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Trump has crossed a new line with murder accusations and could be sued while president for defamation and "wantonly cruel attacks," Yale law professor writes.