Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski talk with Moore, Oklahoma resident Mark Ellerd, whose home was destroyed on Monday by the devastating tornado. Ellerd, along with his wife and two children, lived in the home for 23 years.
NBC’s Chuck Todd, Jim Miklaszewski and Sen. Kay Hagen join Morning Joe to discuss the severity of the crisis and talk about preventative measures. Hagen tells the panel that women shouldn’t have to be constantly worried about sexual assault and talks about the legislation Congress is introducing to
NBC’s Chuck Todd explains why the public thinks Washington isn’t working to well and why a solution is needed immediately. The Morning Joe panel then joins the conversation to discuss how to further prevent scandals.
Politico’s Mike Allen talks about the ad saying it gave Gov. Chris Christie a chance to show pride in how he responded to Hurricane Sandy regardless of the criticism.
Republican Sen. Roy Blunt joins Chuck Todd to discuss the latest surrounding the IRS story, Benghazi and his hold on the President’s EPA administration nominee.
NBC’s National Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff joins Chuck Todd to discuss the Obama White House’s crackdown on alleged leaks.
Chuck Todd gives today’s flashback and the answer to the daily trivia question.
Chuck Todd takes a look at the Virginia gubernatorial race, focusing on if Virginia Republicans could win in 2013.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX), Mike Murphy, Chuck Todd, Karen Hughes.
Chuck Todd, David Brooks, Katty Kay
Rep. Raul Labrador, Kathleen Parker, Joy-Ann Reid, Chuck Todd and Tom Brokaw
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