Morning Joe hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough have responded to Donald Trump’s most recent Twitter attack, in which the President of the United States and noted misogynist called Brzezinski “low I.Q. Crazy Mika” and said that when he saw her at New Year’s “she was bleeding badly from a face-lift” after she…
A source told the New York Daily News on Thursday that Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, who earlier today were on the receiving end of Donald Trump’s disgusting and unfounded Twitter attacks, have postponed their July 4 vacation to respond on-air to the President’s remarks.
To celebrate his tremendous healthcare win and the successful rollout of “Energy Week,” the President of the United States tweeted a long-winded insult at Mika Brzezinski that was ugly even by his heroically low standards, claiming that the MSNBC host tried to hang out with him while “bleeding badly from a face-lift.”
Kellyanne Conway would like you to know that she certainly did not say anything mean about President Lord Emperor Donald Trump, so do her a solid and don’t listen to a word that Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough say.
On Monday morning, newly-engaged Morning Joe anchors Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough claimed that during the 2016 campaign, Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway talked shit about Trump immediately after defending him on television.
Saturday Night Live was at its best this week with a cold open featuring newly engaged love bugs and Morning Joe cohosts Mika Brzezinski (Kate McKinnon) and Joe Scarborough (Alex Moffat).
After nearly a year of widespread, stomach-churning speculation that Morning Joe co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski were engaging in a romantic relationship outside of their professional one, the two have confirmed to Vanity Fair that they are not only a couple, but that they’re recently engaged.
Donald Trump, a used wet nap, was inaugurated less than a month ago. For many, it feels like hundreds of years, but the toll those days have taken on Trump’s counselor Kellyanne Conway is increasingly visible.
Frankly, it’s a free country and if Joe Scarborough wants to be bad and wrong about everything, he can. But why does he have to do it so often?
In an unfortunate turn for humanity, our President-elect only listens to people who are talking to him through a TV screen, which means that we have to watch his hangers-on bicker and jostle for attention in public like a mass of elephant seals flopping around on the beach during breeding season.
They are both invited to all my couples’ cocktails and massage train parties.
Because I am a masochist, I used to watch the aimless, Starbucks-drenched trainwreck that is Morning Joe every morning. After waking up, I would let the resentful squawking between Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, Willie Giest (whom I otherwise love), and whatever poor soul they convinced to join them provide a…
Florida Governor Rick Scott’s name is being bandied around as a possible vice presidential pick for your future president/sea sponge overlord Donald Trump. That’s possibly why Scott refused to say on MSNBC Thursday morning how he feels about Trump’s comments about Muslims. Florida: continuing to gift us only its best…
Melania Trump, the beautiful wife of nacho cheese golem Donald, appeared on morning television today to talk about the person she’s chosen to spend her life beside. Ms. Trump revealed that she doesn’t believe her husband “insulted the Mexicans,” (he did), and she doesn’t think he called for a total ban on Muslim…
Morning Joe host and former Republican politician Joe Scarborough has a bone to pick with self-proclaimed “bae” Marco Rubio, who has appeared on a variety of shows on competing networks but refuses to come in for an interview on his.
Poorly-trained circus orangutan Donald Trump was on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Tuesday, busily defending his hideous plan to ban Muslims from entering the United States. He shouted hoarsely into thin air for a while before host Joe Scarborough told him to stop talking and cut to a commercial break.
On Thursday morning, aspiring politician Carly Fiorina appeared on Morning Joe to share some Republican talking points in the wake of the San Bernardino shooting that left 14 dead. The most striking of which was the juxtaposition between her condemnation of Islamic terrorism and her attitude that people on the terror…
The United States should fight violent religious extremism with prejudiced religious oppression, according to presidential candidate Donald Trump.