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Mark Halperin, a senior political analyst for MSNBC, called President Obama "a d---" on Morning Joe and was indefinitely suspended.
"I want to offer a heartfelt and profound apology to the president, to my MSNBC colleagues, and to the viewers. My remark was unacceptable, and I deeply regret it," Halperin said in a statement.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough has been suspended for two days without pay after he acknowledged making political donations over the past several years without seeking network approval.
"I recognize that I have a responsibility to honor the guidelines and conditions of my employment, and I regret that I failed to do so in this matter," Scarborough said in a statement. "After learning of this situation, I called [network president] Phil Griffin and agreed with Phil's immediate demand of a two-day suspension without pay."
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Scarborough, who will return to Morning Joe on Wednesday, said he gave a "number of $500 contributions" to family and friends in what he calls "simple acts of friendship." "I gained nothing personally, politically, or professionally from these donations," he said.
His suspension ...
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On Monday's Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough unwittingly poured for viewers a fresh cup of F-word.
Scarborough let the f-bomb fly on live television as he related a story of how Barack Obama's chosen Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, might need to reel in some of his "blue" tendencies now that he's joined the President-elect's team.
Get more details (and watch video of the exchange) after the jump.
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Executives at NBC News are still reeling over the death of friend and colleague Tim Russert. But soon they will have to come up with a plan about how to proceed with their coverage of the 2008 Presidential campaign, which includes picking Russert's successor at Meet the Press. While we believe there are only two real candidates for the job, here's what we think about all the names that have been thrown out there.
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Cheers to Morning Joe for becoming a must-have fix for political junkies. Ex-congressman Joe Scarborough seemed like a poor man's Bill O'Reilly on his old prime-time MSNBC show, Scarborough Country. When the cable net moved him to the morning shift, it seemed like a desperate stopgap in the wake of Don Imus' sudden ouster. Then a funny thing happened: Scarborough lightened up. He traded his suits and ties for fleece pullovers and surrounded himself with appealing sidekicks like Mika Brzezinski and Willie Geist. As the presidential campaign has raged on, they've talked about and with the candidates in a relaxed yet informative fashion. Scarborough's become the anti-Chris Matthews: Think of Morning Joe as Softball. And his team's hitting it out of the park.