Morning Joe & President Obama

Morning Joe is a weekday morning talk show on MSNBC, with Joe Scarborough discussing the news of the day in a panel format with co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Willie Geist. The Presidency of Barack Obama began at noon EST on January 20, 2009, when he became the 44th President of the United States. 5.0/5

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The republican campaign against President Obama was a political lynch mob and the likes of Morning Joe merely opine…
Today on Princeton Professor Eddie Glaude says 'I wanted him to be bolder,' about President Obama.
Brian Williams gets suspended for lying and Morning Joe and Chucky Todd lie about President Obama all the time. I mean I can send them proof
President Obama vows to use executive action to reform immigration system.
I sat down with President Obama yesterday at the White House - the full interview Monday on Morning Joe
The Council on Foreign Relations' Dan Senor joins Morning Joe to discuss the latest developments in Iraq and what advice he would give to President Obama, who is set to meet with congressional leaders on Wednesday. WATCH:
President Obama is set to meet with Ukrainian president-elect Petro Poroshenko. Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski and David Ignatius join Morning Joe to discuss the recent actions by Russia to destabilize Ukraine and how the U.S. should respond.
President Obama and Joe Biden went on a little jog this morning to promote the new "Let's Move" campaign.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough gave a verbal flogging to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney on "Morning Joe" Wednesday over the dip in President Obama and Congress's approval numbers just out in a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll. Carney began the segment noting that Obama is set to kick...
Chuck Todd had some pretty rough words for President Obama on Tuesday's "Morning Joe" ahead of the State of the Union address. The NBC News correspondent was d...
Joe Scarborough on Morning Joe slamming Obama, again. Incapable of admitting Republican Party animus toward President Obama. That is intellectually dishonest and I'm going to listen to Coltrane instead this morning.
The New Yorker's David Remnick profiles President Obama in the latest issue, and Remnick joins Morning Joe to discuss Obama's opinions on everything from sports to his legacy. WATCH:
President Obama is set to deliver a major speech on the NSA's surveillance program, and ret. Gen. Michael Hayden joins Morning Joe to discuss the president's relationship with the NSA and what he expects from the speech. What are you expecting the president to say?
11/8/13 - Much in the same way David Gregory did this morning on Morning Joe, Crossfire host Stephanie Cutter contrasted the way President Obama apologized t...
Chris Matthews had some very bleak words for President Obama on Friday's "Morning Joe." When asked who he thought were the "political losers" of 2013, Matthews...
LIBRE's National Spokesperson, Rachel Campos-Duffy and her husband Congressman Sean Duffy joined "Morning Joe" on MSNBC to talk about the benefits of limited government, President Obama's dwindling approval rate, and what conservatives can do to appeal to Hispanics. What do you think?
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In considering the potential 2016 Democratic presidential nominees, the Morning Joe panel wonders if Hillary Clinton could or would face the same ire from Tea Party activists that President Obama has experienced. NPR's Cokie Roberts says: "I also think, just calling it, that some of this Tea Party anger is racist." Read on for Joe's response:
Video on msnbc.com: Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Ill., and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, join Morning Joe to discuss the Congressional Future Caucus launch and engaging youth voters. Rep. Schock also discusses what he sees as President Obama's strengths and why the conservative group Club for Growth is look...
AP NBC’s chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd had some tough words for President Obama on Monday’s Morning Joe . Todd, anchor of MSNBC’s Daily Rundown and a frequent critic of Republicans on network’s programming, scolded the president for running a “ leaderless Washington ,” and for failing t...
Robert Gibbs and David Axelrod, both formerly advisers to President Obama, weighed in on the NSA news and leaker Edward Snowden on Monday's Morning Joe. Questioning the high school dropout's security clearance, Gibbs and Axelrod expressed skepticism about how much information he actually had access…
News of Susan Rice replacing Tom Donilon, who resigned as national security adviser, broke during Morning Joe on Wednesday — prompting Joe Scarborough & Company to provide reaction. The roundtable disagreed over Republican reaction and how Rice will fare, while Tina Brown argued President Obama owed...
Joe Scarborough noticed a New York Times article about how the GOP is strategizing to take on President Obama in the upcoming midterm elections. He shared the story with Morning Joe viewers, and took the opportunity to note that Republicans haven't been heeding his advice — and thus keep losing elec...
Morning Joe panelist John Heilemann laid into RNC Chairman Reince Priebus for his fact-free claim that President Obama is somehow directly involved in this trumped up IRS 'scandal.'
Appearing on Morning Joe on Wednesday, MSNBC host Chuck Todd juxtaposed President Obama with Candidate Obama, contending that the latter would be appalled by how the Justice Department has gone after the Associated Press and Fox News' James Rosen. The administration wants to criminalize journalism,…
The Washington Post's Bob Woodward had a somewhat contradictory set of responses on Friday's "Morning Joe" about whether or not President Obama is the new Richard Nixon. The Obama-Nixon comparisons have been extensive enough that Obama himself was asked about them on Thursday.
Remind us: Who had "vast government" in the Appearing on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" Wednesday, David Axelrod attempted to explain away President Obama's role in the growing IRS scandal. "...
In the event that anyone think that Morning Joe is becoming formulaic and predictable, I present the following clip. While discussing President Obama's press briefing yesterday (in which he showed a feisty, if not combative style), host Joe Scarborough asked regular contributor Mark Halperin what he...
"Morning Joe" Scarborough appeared on Charlie Rose with his lopsided critque to remedy the consequences of Sequestration. It was GOP hostaging of the american public which fathered Sequestration. Fostering disuse of economic stimulus money to farther their drive to capture the White House and both houses of Congress, the GOP left the Nation hanging. Failing to reign in politcal dominance of the Hill, the GOP claims it can not employ the magic of its "political clout" to enact the legislation to stave off the drastic effects Sequestration. Keep in mind this lis egislation that could and should have been enacted during the President Obama's first term in office. However, in an effort the to discredit President Obama and the DNC, Republicans chosed and have chosen to again to toss the american people under the bus. Their effort to save face, avoiding the admission that their way as wrong and President as right, leaves those not of the 1% treading water anchored to ever increasing basic economic burden ...
Video on msnbc.com: On Wednesday, President Obama met with Christian leaders who are asking him to protect services for the poor and hungry as the debt debate continues. Rev. Jim Wallis joins Morning Joe to discuss the meeting and what programs shouldn't receive cuts in funding.
Woodward Blasts Obama "Madness" While most media elites are bending over backwards to promote President Obama and his agenda, Bob Woodard, one of the nation's most respected journalists, is ruffling feathers for daring to speak critically of Obama. Big Media has loyally parroted the White House's spin on the sequester, but Woodward has been the lone voice crying out that the sequester was Barack Obama's idea. This morning on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Woodward ratcheted up his own rhetoric. Referring to the Obama Administration's claim that the sequester cuts would prevent it from deploying a second aircraft carrier to the Persian Gulf, Woodward said: "Can you imagine Ronald Reagan sitting there and saying, 'Oh, by the way, I can't do this because of some budget document'? … Under the Constitution, the president is commander-in-chief and employs the force. And so we now have the president going out because of this piece of paper and this agreement [saying] 'I can't do what I need to do to protect the countr ...
Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren joins Morning Joe to discuss Israel's Iron Dome program, which intercepts rockets fired at Israel from Hezbollah and Hamas. Amb. Oren also discusses President Obama's upcoming trip to Israel and the latest in Syria and Iran.
In just 58 seconds, Joe Scarborough has managed to render an imagined response to last night's SOTU that demolishes President Obama's failed economic record. Delivered on today's Morning Joe, Scarborough scalded PBO's pitiful performance on the economy. Highlights from the Hall of Shame: four milli...
Video on msnbc.com: Politico Playbook: How far will President Obama go in his fourth State of the Union address? How much will he promise that will end up going unfulfilled? Politico's Jim VandeHei joins Morning Joe to discuss.
Joe Scarborough hit President Obama over the administration's drone program on Thursday's "Morning Joe," adding that he was "frightened" that more Americans do not seem to care about the targeted killing of Americans.
Joe Scarborough blasted President Obama's drone program on MSNBC, calling it 'dangerous' for Americans. On Monday, 'Morning Joe' criticized the Justice Department's memo on drones that was recently obtained by NBC News.
(4) Here's another quote from someone of that same mindset. On the "Morning Joe" show on MSNBC, Franklin Graham, son of the respected evangelist Billy Graham, was asked by the panelists why he was willing to say that former House Speaker Newt Gingrich was a Christian but expressed doubt that President Obama is. Graham said: "All I know is that under Obama " the Muslims of the world, he seems to be more concerned about them than the Christians that are being murdered in the Muslim world." In America today we are seeing a close association between those who would like to impose their own particular religious beliefs on others and those who want to control and restrict women's individual rights. In most cases these two very rigid ideologies blend together perfectly in the same settings. The views of these ideologues relative to religion and women's rights both seem to be a throwback to times long past. While their message doesn't resonate with the majority of Americans they continue to trumpet it endlessly. ...
On a very special 2nd Quadrennial Barack Obama Day edition of Morning Joe, Meet The Press host David Gregory provided some more evidence against the mythical liberal media bias when he endorsed the emerging Beltway media consensus that in order to deal with debt and deficits, President Obama is goin...
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski had a huge fight on Thursday's "Morning Joe." The blowup came after the two argued repeatedly about the diversity in President Obama's cabinet, which has become an issue in recent days as one white man after another is nominated to top positions.
Republican Gov. Rick Snyder said its the unions that started the right-to-work conversation on Wednesday's Morning Joe.
President Obama's top strategist David Axelrod submitted to the razor on "Morning Joe"
For 40 years, David Axelrod's mustache has lived happily atop his upper lip, but on Friday's Morning Joe, President Obama's senior campaign adviser is buzzing it off in the name of charity. Folks at the American Mustache Institute, the world's leading facial hair advocacy organization as it's called...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Friday he doesn't agree with Mitt Romney's recent statement claiming President Obama won re-election because he gave voters "gifts." On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Christie said most Republicans believe it's time to "pivot" and "move on" after the election. "The bottom...
When you think of the widespread Republican condemnation of Mitt Romney for saying President Obama beat him only because he gave "gifts" to young people and minorities, it helps to think of the Former Presidential candidate as two men: Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock.
Just got reminded how much I enjoy Morning Joe, and Joe Scarborough. I may not agree with his political views, but I have a lot of respect for the man, what he says, and how he says it. Talking about the demonization of the President from the opposition, starting with President Clinton (elected by a plurality, not a majority), President Bush (not elected by the majority), and President Obama (not a real American) most of all.
Andrea Mitchell, Political Correspondent, on Morning Joe just said "It's time for President Obama to do two things now; 1. Reach out to the Congress which he did not do his first term and 2. Reach out to businesses which he dissed royally during his first term". Hope the Pres will do this and stop taking luxurious vacations in Hawaii, stop playing more golf more than any other President and stop singing Al Green.do the job.
MSNBC: President of the National Urban League, Marc Morial, the Washington Post's Ezra Klein, Margaret Carlson from Bloomberg View, and CNBC's Donny Deutsch talk about the need to solve the major issues of America in President Obama's second term and Marc Morial points out that on bipartisanship and finding a solution to the fiscal cliff, "it takes two to tango."
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David Axelrod’s Mustache Is in Mortal Danger: "With less than a week now until an embarrassingly small percentage of Americans cast their ballots for president, recent polls have shown President Obama with a lead of just 3 points in Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Michigan — three states he had been expected to carry with ease. So, on Morning Joe earlier today, Obama strategist David Axelrod sought to kill the "expanding Romney map" narrative before it takes hold: He promised to shave off his trademark mustache "of 40 years" if Obama loses any of those states. Host Joe Scarborough made a promise of his own to grow a mustache if Obama wins North Carolina or Florida."-New York
Did you hear the rumor that Chris Christie is voting for The President? New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), generally a harsh critic of President Obama, has nothing but praise for the White House response to Hurricane Sandy. “The federal government’s response has been great. I was on the phone at midnight again last night with the President, personally, he has expedited the designation of New Jersey as a major disaster area,” Christie, a top surrogate for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, said on NBC’s “Today.” He added, “The President has been outstanding in this and so have the folks at FEMA.” On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Christie was equally laudatory, saying “the President has been all over this and he deserves great credit.” Obama, he said, “told me to call him if I needed anything and he absolutely means it, and it’s been very good working with the President and his administration.”
Sue Vernon Donny Deutsch made a comment on Morning Joe about the difference in the two leaders standing together to solve the problems of the devastation in New Jersey and the comments made by Mitt Romney. He said the two men were talking from the heart with feeling but Romney was "saying words without feeling them." That's the difference in President Obama and Mitt Romney-feeling, empathy, compassion; all words that have no meaning for Mitt.
President Obama's senior campaign strategist David Axelrod said on Morning Joe this morning that if Romney wins Colorada, Pennsylvania and North Carolina he will shave his mustache.
Today on Morning Joe, David Axelrod, President Obama's chief political adviser, stated if Obama loses only ONE of the following 3 states--Pennsylvania, Minnesota, or Michigan--he will shave his mustache off on camera. Let's help him shave--share this with FB friends. He does need a shave!!!
Laura"The Man Made Woman" Ingraham is another poor excuse for a human disgrace to the human race.This dog in heat was on the air downing people for needing help after Hurricane Sandy blew through thire town,how in the *** could a person be so *** heartless.The little nerd turd that was on with her had the nerve to say,that people should working together and get donations instead of begging the government,now if his bamma Barney Fifth looking butt was one of those people down in New Jersey.They had a feild day wearing out Chris Christie,even though I don't like either,but this dude was showing class and thanking President Obama for coming down to Jersey to help the people down there.Ingraham would have been happy if Christie would have went off and disrespected The President Obama.The racist Mayor up in New York,who I'm putting on the list for being just that,a *** racist. Mayor Bloomberg of New York,said that the President didn't have to come to New York and it's no diss *** now if Obama was a white pr .. ...
Back In The Day~ There were people who would talk behind your back because they were too afraid to tell you to your face, we called them cowards. Morning Joe host, Joe Scarborough said that President Obama is intellectually exhausted. This intellectual coward interviewed the president a few days ago, why didn’t he tell the president this to his face?
I had the most incredible experience of my life with Nicole Maxey, Milan Maxey Young and Stasie Boduch. We had made plans to see President Obama and James Taylor at Elm Street Middle School in Nashua, NH. However, we were treated to a more intimate meeting with the President at Manchester Airport. Prior to Air Force One landing at approximately 12:45 p.m., we saw MSNBC’s Morning Joe’s Mika Brzezinzki and Joe Scarborough. While we waited, we were given strict instructions by the Secret Service to behave ourselves (no hugging, kissing or inappropriate touching). President Obama enthusiastically welcomed the crowd of about 50 people. He took pictures, shook hands, held babies and was just, Presidential. By far, Milan Maxey Young received the most attention. As Nicole handed Milan to the Pres, the 4-month old got ready for his close up with the leader of the free world. Although it was a few minutes past the 4-month old cutie's feeding time, he held up like a trooper. Milan was also photographed by Associ ...
Busy week. . .Morning Joe in Boca Raton, and tons of stuff in Delray Beach: Hurricane Sandy paid a visit (wow), Orchid show (how gorgeous), Halloween parade along Atlantic Avenue, and Chris Evert's celebrity tennis tournament. The highlight was going to hear President Obama speak on Tuesday in Delray--he was inspiring and funny (Romnesia!). The lines for early voting were very long Saturday so we decided to wait and vote later this week. Life is good!
What a great week for Art! He got to photography the Mythbusters for the Science Museum at the Washburn Awards and then got great photos of President Obama, James Taylor and Mika and Joe from Morning Joe.
Mark Halperin and Joe Scarborough discuss how voters want President Obama to outline a second term agenda (October 22, 2012)
Rudeness is no longer tolerated in our society, it is now celebrated. We see it on television, in print and online. Here are some recent examples of rude behavior on both sides of the aisle: 1. During a radio interview yesterday Tagg Romney said that he wanted to take a swing at President Obama for calling his father a liar during the debate. He said the Secret Service would have intervened had he attempted to do so. He has since said he was kidding. Tagg has also been known to drop a birther joke to the faithful. 2. Congressman Joe Wilson called the president a liar during a televised joint session of Congress. He made his obligatory apology and then he fundraised off the incident. 3. John Sununu while being interviewed by Andrea Mitchell called the president "lazy." She gave him a chance to take it back, but he doubled down on his unflattering critique. 4. Chris Matthews while appearing Morning Joe called the GOP Chairman Reince Priebus a "liar." 5. Appearing on CNN Van Jones called Mitt Romney a "douch ...
A few racist and bigot things (unfavorable to me) that have been going on in reference to President Obama: 1. Jason Thompson, said they were going to send the President back to Chicago or Kenya, which had a racial tone. His father is campaigning for a congressional seat for Wisconsin. Hope he doesn't win it. 2. Commission on Presidential Debates, no black moderator, and we have a black President??? Anheiser Busch is sponsoring them and I have complained to them. 3. Morning Joe show needs new host because they "let" a Thomas Friedman make a racist remark about the President and sat there like *** I am asking that the show gets new host. 4. Thomas Friedman, writer New York Times. Referenced that the President is done because he was already the 1st black President. I am complaining and think he needs to be dismissed from his job. 5. Tagg Romney, threatened the President, I think he belongs in jail. I have experienced a lot of racism during this campaign and I don't appreciate it nor do I like ...
When will Tagg Romney be arrested for threatening the President? When will Thomas Friedman be dismissed from his position at the New York Times for making a racist remark about President Obama on the Morning Joe show? When will there be a black moderator for the 2012 Presidential Debate? When will all of this racism and bigotry stop from the Republican Party? When will our black leaders stand up and do something about it? Hello!
Joe Scarborough criticized Mitt Romney for allegedly "running over" Candy Crowley and President Obama at Tuesday's debate.
Franklin Graham, the son of evangelist Billy Graham was interviewed on CNN last night by Piers Morgan. Graham readily identified homosexuality as a sin, and an abomination before GOD. He's right, and the Bible teaches this truth. However, when he was asked if Mitt Romney was a christian or not, he could not give a YES or NO answer. His answer sounded like he was a politician, and not a minister of the gospel. Most of America knows that Mitt Romney is a practicing Mormon, and that Mormons hold to the teachings of their founder, Joseph Smith. Some Mormons, the Reformed Mormons, Latter Day Saints, don't practice having multiple wives, but that doesn't mean that they're christians. Mormons are a cult religion. They have added to, and taken away, from the holy scriptures, and the Bible plainly warns us not to do so (see Revelation 22). Graham also publicly voiced his vote for Mitt Romney. Confused? Back on February 21 of this year on MSNBC's Morning Joe, Graham stated that President Obama may secretly be a Mu ...
On Thursday, the co-hosts of "Morning Joe" weighed in on whether ABC News should have disclosed Martha Raddatz's connection to President Obama ahead of the vice-presidential debate. Raddatz is set to moderate the showdown between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan Thursday night. Conservative media outlets recently cried foul after reporting that Obama was a guest at Raddatz's wedding to her first husband Julius Genachowski, his classmate at Harvard Law, in the early 1990s. ABC News pushed back at the story, while the Commission on Presidential Debates defended Raddatz. NO WONDER SHE NEVER CUT BIDEN OFF ALL THOSE TIMES HE WAS SO RUDE AND INTERRUPTED!
Woodward: Obama Wants To Cut Medicare Today on Morning Joe, Bob Woodward revealed that he has obtained documents that show that President Obama proposed cutting Medicare by $250 billion over ten...
There's Grandpa Munster, aka Sen. John Mccain of Arizona, the last Republican to be trounced in a Presidential election, crowing on Morning Joe on MSNBC that President Obama's Afghanistan policy is unraveling. Oh, really? I'm tempted to argue with inclusion of the F-word in bold letters, but I won't.
Video on msnbc.com: The New Yorker's Jeffrey Toobin joins Morning Joe to discuss President Obama's relationship with the Supreme Court, Chief Justice John Roberts and his ruling on the Affordable Care Act, and the relationships the justices have with one another.
Bob Woodward talks about his new book 'The Price of Politics' on Morning Joe on Monday Sep 17. He discusses: * President Obama's leadership in last years deb...
Dear Readers To apologize is a kind verb word and any person who uses it has great knowledge, intelligence and clarity and great understanding of the word. This applies to President Obama and not Mitt Romney. Leaders of the Republican Party are weak and foolish because they listen to Rush Linbaugh, Laura Ingram, Bill Riley, Carl Thomas Sean Hannity and not morning Joe (Scarboro.) Mitt Romney is not a wise man in politics. President Obama is the son of Abraham and he is being use by GOD to help the USA people. This responsibility should never be put in the hands of Mitt Romney. So voters when you go to the polls on November 6th and place your vote think and choose President Obama for his second term Clifton E. Patterson
Video on msnbc.com: Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., is one of two Muslims serving in Congress, and he joins Morning Joe to share his thoughts on the current protests in Libya and Egypt over a U.S.-made film depicting the Prophet Muhammad as well as President Obama's comments that Egypt is neither an al...
Interesting day politically. Watched an interview of John Huntsman on Morning Joe. Republicans made a big mistake in ignoring him. It would have led to a civilized, intelligent campaign instead of one of clowns. The afternoon brought a lecture by Madeline Albright here in Delray. Topped off by the news this evening on Hardball that the Attorney General is going to try to take President Obama off the ballot in November. What a world
Morning I'm up get n ready to do my Civic Duty thats right Jury Duty.So I'm watching Morning Joe and That Clown Tavis Smiley and his Educated Fool side kick Cornell West,talking about there poverty Tour, just wondering how many books they have sold and just think n who is founding there Tour? There still upset they didn't get invited to President Obama swearing in,But what's more shocking is where were they when Bush put this Economic down fall in Motion! Travis and West your the Bama's of The Year!
For those people who suggest that just because Dr. Cornell West and Tavis Smiley continuously criticize President Obama they may not vote for him and support him during this election cycle, they should listen to them on morning Joe this morning.. You see the difference between conservatives and liberals is that we liberals have no qualms in criticizing our own when it is warranted..
The guy pictured hugging President Obama is a Republican but was happy to have the President of the United States patronize his business. Shortly after the photo was released the business owner was attacked by his own political party. There is a purging going on in the GOP right now and if you don't hate the President it appears moderate Republicans are getting demonized by the "severe" true GOP members. Joe Scarborough host of MSNBC's Morning Joe and former GOP House Congressman has also been attacked by this new Tea Party GOP as being a RINO, because Scarborough criticized how Romney is running his campaign. It's like Joe Biden said, " this isn't your Dad's Republican Party, Ronald Reagan wouldn't win a primary in today's Republican Party.
Chris Matthews lashed out at Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Monday in Tampa during a live "Morning Joe" segment, with the feisty MSNBC host accusing the Mitt Romney and the GOP of playing the race card in their campaign against President Obama. "It is an embarrassment to yo...
On MSNBC's Morning Joe today, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus sat in as a guest to talk about the Party convention in Tampa. MSNBC host Chris Matthews also joined the discussion. And an intense argument between the two broke out when the conversation turned to President Obama's...
On Friday, Van Jones, former advisor to President Obama, appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" and argued that Republicans and the Tea Party are intentionally destroying the American economy so that they can benefit politically and get Obama out of office. "The entire Republican Party for the past four...
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Joe Scarborough offered some affirming words about President Obama's new ad on Tuesday's "Morning Joe."
"Rev. Franklin Graham — son of Billy Graham — would not say if President Obama is a Christian during an appearance on MSNBC's Morning Joe on Tuesday, insisti...
Video on msnbc.com: GOP candidate Rick Santorum's recent comments on President Obama's "theology" continue to generate conversation, and the Rev. Franklin Graham joins Morning Joe to discuss if the president is or is not a Christian, Christianity in the Middle East, government overreach with religio...
Video on msnbc.com: "I think we need a national service," former United States Army General Stanley McChrystal said recently at this year’s Aspen Ideas Festival. Is the U.S. ready for mandatory national service? And is President Obama's call for a middle-class tax cut a good idea? The Aspen Institut...
On today's Morning Joe, BBC's Katty Kay, anchor of the network's American edition, said that Europeans favor the re-election of President Obama because he is more supportive of "European social-democratic values." You know, those wonderful welfare-state policies that have worked their magic so well that Europe now enjoys . . . an 11.1% unemployment rate. Read more:
Insightful Morning Joe panel on Court rulings om immigration, campaign finance and expected later this week health care. Mark McKinnon, a former Bush advisor & critic of the AZ papers' law, & panel speculating that President Obama's fall campaign will be a contest between the President and the Supreme Court.
The 2012 presidential campaign may be teeming with money, but neither Mitt Romney nor President Obama is saying anything of substance, Joe Scarborough and the Morning Joe panel argue. Time's Joe Klein and Columbia's Dr. Jeffrey Sachs join a conversation on 2012 and why it's a campaign about "nothing."
Mitt Romney is planning a weekend Utah gathering of GOP heavyweights to help unite the party ahead of the election. Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-La., will be in attendance this weekend at the meeting, and he joins Morning Joe to discuss the gathering, President Obama, the GOP, Romney and 2012.
Video on msnbc.com: Former White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley joins Morning Joe to discuss President Obama's re-election campaign, the president's return to message in a new ad hitting Romney over his job creation record as Mass. governor, and Jeb Bush's recent criticisms of the contemporary Repu...
We've gone from "hope and change" to hoping blaming Bush will work. As Joe Scarborough said: at least Mika Brzezinski's honest about it. Asked whether she believed that President Obama's attempt to continue to blame George W. Bush for the country's economic woes will work as a campaign strategy, a...
Opponents continue to seize upon President Obama's comments on the private sector. The Morning Joe panel – including former McCain campaign advisor Nicolle Wallace, Time's Mark Halperin and Morning Joe economic analyst Steve Rattner – discusses what impact the president's comments will have on his re-election campaign.
The New York TimesDavid Sanger joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book "Confront and Conceal: Obama's Secret Wars and Surprising Use of American Power." Sanger argues in the book that President Obama embraced new thinking, new technologies and new covert programs to extend American power.
Appearing on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Chris Matthews said President Obama "made a mistake" in not approving the Keystone Pipeline. Matthews went on to call the...
Video on msnbc.com: Former Louisiana Gov. and now former 2012 GOP presidential candidate Buddy Roemer joins Morning Joe to give campaign advice to Mitt Romney and President Obama and reflect on his time in the race.
On Tuesday, Franklin Graham appeared on Morning Joe and made some statements that threw the show's panel into a disarray. Franklin questioned President Obama's faith and contentiously explained why Mormons weren't Christian.
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President Obama's decision to apologize for the accidental burning of the Koran at Bagram Air Force Base in Afghanistan continues to nourish his critics, even as protests over the burned texts continues to cost lives. On Monday's Morning Joe, co-host Mika Brzezinski tried to put the apology in persp...
In what may come as a surprise to some, former Democratic Congressman Harold Ford, Jr., took to MSNBC's Morning Joe on Monday morning to defend Newark Mayor Cory Booker's comments criticizing President Obama's campaign for demonizing private equity. I agree with , private equity's not a bad thing. A...
Following a meeting at the White House that was attended by President Obama, Rev. Jim Wallis speaks to Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, the hosts of MSNB...
Conservatives are giddy this morning after Steven Rattner, who oversaw the auto rescue under President Obama, described the Obama campaign’s new ads attacking Mitt Romney’s record destroying jobs at Bain Capital as “unfair.” The RNC jumped on the video of Rattner on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, while the Na...
During the Wednesday edition of Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough observed that nobody was expecting Republican hopeful Mitt Romney to beat President Obama in 2012. Nobody thinks Romney's going to win, Scarborough said candidly. Let's just be honest. Can we just say this for everybody at home? Let m...
Joe Scarborough attacked President Obama's endorsement of *** marriage on Friday's "Morning Joe," arguing that the president was "immoral" to leave same-sex marriage as a states' rights issue.
Did you just watch what happened on "Morning Joe" on MSNBC? The panel was discussing *** marriage, and Eugene Robinson of the Washington Post asked Joe if he thought marriage of any type---straight or *** --was constitutionally protected. Joe's off-screen producer stopped the discussion cold by whispering in Joe's ear that his answer was going to "write terribly." They then joked away from an answer and cut to a commercial. There it is in a nutshell. Conservative Joe did not want to risk his show by stating a position that could offend his viewers (either way.) President Obama---who is seeking re-election in a bitterly divided country---had the courage to take a clear position and defend it. Romney dodged the question by asking, "Aren't there more substantive issues to discuss?;" as if the Republicans hadn't been raising this question, as well as questions regarding abortion, religious freedom and so forth, over and over during the last four years. Who is the real leader here? Obama 2012.
Rosa Spates Mention President Obama will go down as one of the GREATEST President in history, sit back and watch SOME CRAP BRICKS. President obama caught them of guard yesterday supporting Marriage Equality. You can hear the wheels of TALKING-POINTS spinning, they'll have something by Friday, it will start with FOXX *** and friends in the morning, move over to CNBC "Squawk box" and that loud mouth *** Joe there, (sigh) he is worse than the one on "MSNBC Morning Joe"
Video on msnbc.com: Is the United States poised for an economic boom in the coming decade? The Washington Post’s David Ignatius joins Morning Joe to discuss why he believes the country is eventually set to reverse dependence on foreign energy and will boost its manufacturing sector. Ignatius also di...
Joe Scarborough mocked President Obama's position on *** marriage, after his administration walked back Vice President Biden's comments about the issue on Monday's "Morning Joe."
Sunday on "Meet The Press", Vice President, Joseph Biden said that he's "Absolutely favorable with *** marriage." On the morning news show "Morning Joe" Arne Duncan, Secretary of Education under President Obama was asked about his stand on *** marriage: He responded "YES", he was in favor of *** marriage. Our president has said in the past that he supports 'civil unions', but not *** marriage. That stand seems to be changing as he now says that his position on *** marriage is 'evolving'. Former President of the United State, Bill Clinton is in North Caroline opposing a marriage amendement that prohibits *** marriage while Billy Graham is urging the voters of North Carolina to support the amendment. Dr. Graham had this to say:"At 93, I never thought we would have to debate the definition of marriage. The Bible is clear -- God’s definition of marriage is between a man and a woman. I want to urge my fellow North Carolinians to vote for the marriage amendment on Tuesday, May 8. God bless you as you vote.” ...
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan endorsed same-sex marriage Monday, following Vice President Joe Biden's comments Sunday saying that he's "comfortable" with *** marriage. Appearing on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Duncan was asked by Time's Mark Halperin whether he believed it should be legal for same-se...
Liberal comedian Bill Maher has again made an insulting comment about a prominent Republican woman — this time, Ann Romney — and it could come back to bite the Democrats, says Joe Scarborough, host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
Video on msnbc.com: Senior Obama Campaign Advisor, David Axelrod, joins Morning Joe to discuss a new Washington Post/ABC News poll that has Mitt Romney leading President Obama on handling the economy and the federal deficit. Axelrod discusses the numbers and why the president deserves to be re-elect...
Morning Joe host Mika Brzezinski took on RNC chair Reince Priebus' recent comparison of President Obama to the Italian captain who abandoned his sinking cruise ship, saying her guests wouldn't be responding to it this morning and calling the comments irresponsible and despicable.
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