“Stop that!” said Mika Brzezinski, who plays cohost to Joe Scarborough on the morning radio program The Joe Scarborough Show. “No, no, no. You know what? That’s what you do when you want to win a fight.”
“No, I want you to answer the question,” said Joe Scarborough. “I’m not fighting.”
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The Atlantic‘s Ta-Nehisi Coates points us to a post by Think Progress’ Matthew Yglesias that features a telling exchange among Mike Barnicle, Mika Brzezinski and Pat Buchanan from yesterday morning’s Morning Joe on MSNBC.
The noted television pundits were discussing Alaska Governer Sarah Palin’s comments about the Read More
Inauguration Day is coming! And this morning Joe Scarborough was broadcasting ‘Morning Joe’ from Washington, D.C., where Mayor Adrian Fenty was to be on hand to talk about the city’s security and traffic plans for Jan. 20.
But the public safety angle got a different twist when Mr. Scarborough revealed that an hour before his Read More
Before the collapse of the economy and the loss of thousands of jobs in New York, there was a time when a lone, well-dressed but overdrawn young woman captivated the world with her plucky tale of credit card debt and savvy Internet self-marketing. We’re referring, of course, to savekaryn.com, the Web site launched Read More
A Huffington Post luncheon at the Nicollet Island Inn earlier today explored how "the new media are impacting the ’08 race." Hosted by Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, the panel was conducted like a TV show, the hosts agreeing with each other and sometimes talking over the panelists, who included Tony Blankley, Huffington, Laura Ingraham, Read More
“People come on the show and then they just stay,” said Joe Scarborough. “This happened in Iowa, too, and New Hampshire. It has just sort of turned into the place to hang out.”
It was shortly after 9 a.m. on Thursday morning, and Mr. Scarborough had just finished co-anchoring five hours of Morning Joe Read More
MSNBC has ordered a second helping of Morning Joe.
The New York Times reports this morning that Joe Scarborough has extended his contract with MSNBC until March 2011. Last summer, after a successful tryout, Mr. Scarborough took over Don Imus’ old morning slot on MSNBC, beating out the likes of David Gregory Read More