Michael Strahan wasn't impressed with President Trump's fast food spread for the Clemson football team -- so he's offered to reach into his own pockets to pay for a LOBSTER DINNER for the champs.  "I personally ... I would like to invite the…</a><br /><br /> </p>
As Trump tells is, "The Democrats don't give a damn about crime.... But I care about crime." In reality, he cares about some crimes - just not corporate crimes. Read more
Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., weighs in on William Barr's hearings and why he says Barr's memo on the special counsel is disqualifying. Sen. Warner also discusses the government shutdown and a new Wall Street Journal column on the president. Read more
Soulja Boy Interview On The Breakfast ClubSoulja Boy aka Big Draco appeared on The Breakfast Club this morning and the internet is losing its Supermanning mind. Mr. Boy’s recent viral video claiming “best comeback of 2018” while slandering Tyga and Kanye West in the process has social media cracking TF up and he doubles down on that claim with further supporting evidence on the world’s most dangerous morning show. Press play to get into it. Ya know, he actually made a couple of totally valid points. Thoughts?
“The Real” Hosts Deny Salary DisputeThe hosts of “The Real” recently cleared up rumors that they’re secretly beefing behind the scenes. The DailyMail recently reported that the hosts of the Warner Bros’ show are at odds in particular because of Tamera Mowry-Housley’s high salary. According to the DM, Tamera is the highest paid much to the chagrin of her cohosts Adrienne and Jeannie who allegedly asked Loni, the second-highest-paid, to fight for them to get a raise. When that didn’t happen, the DM says they threatened to have a staged walkout. Not only that the DM added that Jeannie and Adrienne think Tamera isn’t “keeping it real” about her Republican views and have grown increasingly displeased.
Mowry-Housley, 40, is reported to be raking in the most cash on the show with Loni being the second-best paid, while Adrienne and Jeannie are only being paid a third of the other women’s salaries. But Battle lines were drawn earlier this year when Mowry-Housley and Loni refused to help Adrienne and Jeannie get a raise, leading to threats of a staged walkout, a source close to the show told DailyMail.com. Further heightening tensions is the belief that Mowry-Housley ‘isn’t keeping it real’ with viewers because she refuses to acknowledge her Republican views and skirts around her support Donald Trump in the 2016 election on air.According to the hosts themselves, however, it’s all FAKE NEWS. The ladies addressed the rumors on their show this week and said that if there WERE a beef, they’d address it themselves.
“What I love about our unit is we immediately got on the chain and left each other voicemails and video messages,” said Jeannie. “Like ‘You good?!’ “No, if it’s coming from me or one of these ladies it’ll be coming from us, we’ll tell you right here on this show!” added Loni.
U.S.-led coalition forces, including U.S. troops, were among those wounded by an explosion in the Syrian city of Manbij, according to a senior Kurdish security official. NBC News' Richard Engel reports. Read more
Financier Bill Browder was a subject of the Trump Tower meeting on account of his role in the the Magnitsky Act, which singled out several allies of Vladimir Putin. Browder joins Morning Joe to discuss Trump and Putin. Read more
Countries, companies, and advocacy groups want an edge with Trump -- so they keep booking rooms at his hotel. Read more
Attorney General nominee William Barr tried to say the right things about Robert Mueller's probe, but his answers came with dramatic caveats. Read more