Donald Trump says he helped out his Republican rival Jeb Bush at Tuesday night's debate in Milwaukee. In an interview with Morning Joe Wednesday, host Joe Scarborough asked the reality TV star how he could unify the GOP after saying harsh things about Bush and other Republicans.
"Did I stick up for Jeb last night? He couldn't talk. They wouldn't let him talk, I said, 'Let Jeb talk,'" Trump said.
"He really appreciated that," Scarborough replied sarcastically.
"Was that nice thing?" Trump replied. Watch the video below:Read more
Former vice president Dick Cheney and his daughter Liz Cheney appeared on MSNBC's Morning Joe Wednesday morning to promote their new book, Exceptional. The Cheneys spoke about national security, foreign policy issues like the Iran deal, and 2016 politics.Read more
Online editor Daniel Halper appeared Friday on MSNBC's Morning Joe to talk about his New York Times bestselling book, Clinton, Inc.: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political Machine.Read more
The boss appeared on MSNBC's Morning Joe Thursday and discussed the geopolitical fallout from the attack on the Malaysian airliner shot down by Russian-backed separatists over Ukrainian territory.
"Is the West going to be serious about dealing with Putin or not?" he asked. Watch the video below:Read more
Joe Klein of Time defended Israel's military actions in Gaza on MSNBC's Morning Joe Thursday. Klein, a self-described critic of Israel's support of Jewish settlements in the West Bank, nonetheless argued that Western media needed to do a better job of telling Israel's side of the story, a point he debated with NBC News's Andrea Mitchell.Read more
Masscahusetts senator John Kerry admitted today that allowing the Bush tax cuts to expire will result in a "major tax increase." Kerry is a member of the so-called supercommittee.
"You're guaranteed, unless it's changed, a major tax increase on January 1st, 2013, when the Bush tax cuts expire," Kerry said this morning on MSNBC's Morning Joe. Watch the video below:Read more
On MSNBC's Morning Joe today, economist Jeffrey Sachs, a self-professed supporter of Barack Obama in 2008, said the president has no plan to save the economy and that "there's never been a plan."
"The quintessential image, sadly, of an administration that I supported and hoped for much better, is the president waiting by the phone to hear what Congress calls to tell him," said Sachs. "It doesn't work in this country that way. It's not a matter that it's August. It's a matter that it's August 2011."Read more
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