What Did We Learn: Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, Jerry Weintraub, Sam Stein and Brian Shactman tell us what they learned today.
Top Talkers: Congressional hearings on the IRS' scrutiny of Tea Party groups begins on Friday, May 17, 2013 with the House Ways and Means Committee hearing testimony from acting IRS head Steven Miller and J. Russell George, Treasury inspector general. The Morning Joe panel -- including the Huffington Post's Sam Stein, NBC News' Peter Alexander, Luke Russert and Lisa Myers, Donny Deutsch and the Rev. Al Sharpton -- discusses.
Congressional hearings on the IRS' scrutiny of Tea Party groups begins on Friday, May 17, 2013 with the House Ways and Means Committee hearing testimony from acting IRS head Steven Miller and J. Russell George, Treasury inspector general. The Washington Post's Bob Woodward discusses.
Politico Playbook: 'Huma Abedin...spent her final months at the State Department working as a part-time consultant with the agency who at the same time was allowed to represent outside clients,' Politico writes. Patrick Gavin joins Morning Joe to discuss Abedin as well as why President Obama is sticking by AG Eric Holder.
Top Talkers: On Thursday, the House voted to repeal the president's Affordable Care Act for the 37th times. The vote was split along party lines, with two Democrats voting with Republicans to repeal and the challenges ObamaCare has faced.
'Meet the Press' moderator David Gregory and Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-Fla., join Morning Joe to discuss Friday's House Ways and Means Committee hearing on the IRS' scrutiny of Tea Party and conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status.
MSNBC s Lawrence O Donnell joins the Morning Joe panel to discuss the White House s response to the three scandals rocking the administration.
Donny Deutsch joins a Morning Joe political panel to discuss why some people don't run for political positions out of fear that the media would exploit different aspects of their lives. Deutsch explains why he wouldn t run for New York City mayor, although he would love to in the latest edition of Afternoon MoJoe.
Top talkers: The Morning Joe panel discusses President Barack Obama s response to the IRS, AP and Benghazi scandals. NBC s Peter Alexander joins to discuss whether the White House feels as though they are under siege and Democrats are turning their backs on the administration amid the scandals.
Martha Stewart talks about her new book, Living the Good, Long Life, which shares tips on how to age successfully.
NBC s Chuck Todd talks about the Obama administration s damage control over the IRS scandal. Todd says Obama must stay on it and continue to tackle the issue to prevent the rest of his legislative agenda from being derailed.
Top talkers: Dr. Jeffrey Sachs, BBC s Katty Kay, The Huffington Post s Howard Fineman and former DNC Chairman Howard Dean join Morning Joe to discuss the impact of the three scandals on the Obama administration and whether it will be long-lasting. The panel also debates whether the scandals will affect the Obama legacy and talk about the current student loan debacle.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., talks about Attorney General Eric Holder s testimony on the Hill and explains why an investigation needs to take place on whether the situation was handled properly. Dan Rather joins the Morning Joe panel to continue the conversation.
Kevin Williamson shares details on his new book, The End is Near and it s Going to be Awesome, which explains why going broke will lead to a richer America.
What Did We Learn: Mika Brzezinski, Mike Barnicle, Brian Shactman, Donny Deutsch tell us what they learned today.