Morning Joe

"I want the president to succeed because when he succeeds, we succeed and Americans don’t die," the co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" said.
The president is trying to get people to talk about his language instead of his administration's failures, the MSNBC host said.
The video montage showed Trump's marked change in tone for his Oval Office address. But how long will it last?
MSNBC's "Morning Joe" host reserved particular scorn for Ken Starr.
The senator said that as many as five Republicans in the chamber would vote for impeachment, though none have said so publicly.
“I like nepotism," Trump repeatedly told CNN host Larry King in an old interview that's going viral.
The 2020 Democratic candidate said that, for a party that claims to defend faith, GOP policies don’t align with major religions’ teachings about caring for others.
"Dozens of beautiful fabrications, exaggerations and insults," promises the voiceover for a spoof ad that aired on "Morning Joe."
The former vice president shared how he'd hypothetically respond to an attack on his mental health during a presidential debate.
The “Morning Joe” host said Mike Pence should reacquaint himself with what the Bible says about caring for children.
“You cannot go back to the end of the Obama administration and think that that’s good enough,” said the 2020 Democrat.
The New York mayor turned a famous Donald Trump insult against the president himself.
“Why would anybody on that team go? I don’t get it. Isn’t it all about unity?” asked the co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
The MSNBC show mocked Donald Trump's plan to nominate the former pizza executive for a Federal Reserve Board seat.
"We have to as a people be ready to forgive,” the Georgia Democrat and potential 2020 contender said.
"You’re eating your young. You’re eating those who can beat Trump," the "Morning Joe" co-host said.
"We’re not going to divert our eyes," said the co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
The "Morning Joe" host said the House speaker's take on impeachment shows she's "as clever as she is tough."
The crowd at the conservative conference cheered when pundit Michelle Malkin mentioned the late senator in her call for immigration reform.