Morning Joe – 6/8/18 | MSNBC




Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., reacts to Rudy Giuliani’s remarks about Stormy Daniels, and she discusses what’s on the minds of Missouri voters, a new health bill and how she finds common ground in a fiercely divided Washington.

It’s been quite the week for the president’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, as he’s gone from discussing Kim Jong Un to Stormy Daniels’ appearance, and some in the Trump WH and top Republicans are pushing back. The panel reflects on the man once called ‘America’s Mayor.’

EPA administrator Scott Pruitt has ‘has regularly sent his subordinates out during the workday to pick up his favorite snacks and treats,’ according to new reporting in the Daily Beast. The panel discusses the week in Pruitt scandals.

Chef, travel host and author Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61 from suicide, CNN confirms. The Morning Joe panel discusses Bourdain’s life, the suicide of Kate Spade and resources for those dealing with depression.

Vanity Fair reporter Emily Jane Fox joins Morning Joe to discuss the latest details involving Michael Cohen, including former business allies that could create legal nightmares for him.

While talking to the press in front of the White House, President Trump called for Russia to be reinstated to the G-7 summit. Russia was expelled for its role in annexing Crimea.

Before departing for the G-7 summit in Canada, President Donald Trump spoke to reporters about a potential pardon for the late boxer Muhammad Ali. Trump also spoke about his “absolute right to pardon himself.”

The Morning Joe panel and reporter Peter Alexander discuss President Trump’s Friday morning White House Q&A session Friday where he discussed everything from Russia, Michael Cohen, Melania Trump’s surgery, the G-7, Rudy Giuliani and Muhammad Ali.

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