Paul Ryan wasn't always quite this sycophantic towards Donald Trump.
Donald Trump has had eight months to get up to speed on his travel ban, but he still can't offer coherent answers to even the most basic questions about it.
President Trump is finding a new target in Facebook, accusing the social media giant of colluding with the media against him. Time's Massimo Calabresi joins Morning Joe to discuss Trump's claims.
The American mainstream doesn't want tax breaks for corporations or the wealthy. Trump and Republicans are pushing tax breaks for corporations or the wealthy.
The panel discusses the costly private flights of three cabinet officials, Tom Price, Scott Pruitt and Steve Mnuchin. The panel also discusses the president's tax reform proposal.
The White House announced Thursday it is waiving a shipping law called the Jones Act to speed up relief efforts to Puerto Rico. Peter Alexander reports.
Even for Donald Trump, inventing a hospitalized senator to explain his failure on health care reform was a little weird.
Rep. Mark Meadows, R-NC, discusses Trump's tax reform and if it will be deficit neutral. Rep. Meadows also discusses the controversy over Roy Moore and why he's happy to have Moore in the Senate.
Puerto Rico's Gov. Ricardo Rosselló joins Morning Joe to discuss the effort to rebuild the island following Hurricane Maria. Rosselló also discusses efforts to rescue residents in remote areas.