Joe breaks down the facts after the Trump Administration rejects study showing positive impact of refugees.
Joe: “Donald Trump’s own government found out that refugees contributed $63 billion to the U.S. economy so they killed the study” watch
In light of the 2,053 children separated from In light of the 2,053 children separated from their parents as of June, Morning Joe asks why the media and aid groups are being denied access?
Joe ”A lot of people in HHS right now so many government employees are scrambling to try and do the right thing and clean up the mess” watch
As Trump calls to suspend immigration courts for “law and order” Joe Scarborough discusses whether supporters of Trump will ever break away.
“For our way of life and decency to be protected they need to be moved away in my opinion from supporting a man who is so aberrant to what presidents have been.” watch
The Morning Joe panel wraps up the week by discussing the president's remarks on being given a 'tough hand' on the economy and Iran. Mika Brzezinski also says the president cannot tweet away the crisis happening at the U.S. border. watch
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio traveled to the U.S. border and was turned away along with other mayors while trying to access the Tornillo Migrant Children's Facility. Mayor De Blasio joins Morning Joe to discuss what he did see while at the border. watch
After days spent along the U.S. border in McAllen, Texas visiting an immigration processing center, reporter Jacob Soboroff joins Morning Joe to discuss what he saw in the center. Dr. Vanessa Kerry also joins the conversation. watch
As a candidate, the president promised to drain the swamp and champion the forgotten man. For a group of Louisiana fisherman, their livelihoods and actual swamp are in crisis. Vaughn Hillyard reports. watch
Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., pushes back against the president's recent tweet urging congressional Republicans to no longer work in a bipartisan fashion. Sen. Baldwin also discusses the current crisis at the U.S. border and the president's executive order. watch
Rep. Leonard Lance, R-NJ, says he seeks a bipartisan solution to immigration reform and he disagrees with the president that the country's current border crisis is a problem caused solely by the Democrats. watch
After signing the executive order on family separations at the border, President Trump resumed his tough talk about strengthening the border and added that Mexico does little more than take U.S. money and send the U.S. drugs. watch
What, if anything, will be the political toll for the GOP and the Trump administration as the border crisis continues? The Morning Joe panel discusses the latest details along the border and the potential long-term cost for President Trump. watch
In a new interview, Attorney General Jeff Sessions contradicts himself by saying it wasn't the administration's policy to separate children from their families at the U.S. border, which seems the opposite of what he said previously. watch