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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.
The "Morning Joe" host spelled out the real meaning of the legal disclaimer for the president's upcoming campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Lori Klausutis was working for Trump critic Joe Scarborough nearly two decades ago when she died suddenly in an accident.
The president sent multiple tweets adding to his earlier insinuations that Joe Scarborough killed one of his former interns when he was a U.S. congressman in Florida.
She berated the president for again falsely linking her husband and "Morning Joe" co-host to the death of a staffer.
The MSNBC host predicted how historians will one day judge Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
In a Washington Post column, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-host explained how Trump’s bigoted rhetoric “will bring his party down with him.”
The MSNBC show looked back at the president's bombastic, shifting and often bonkers pandemic comments in the damning six-minute supercut.