“Joe Scarborough Gets Rave Reviews in NH, Hints at 2016 Bid”


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Joe Scarborough Gets Rave Reviews in NH, Hints at 2016 Bid

MSNBC host and former Rep. Joe Scarborough drew rave reviews over the weekend in New Hampshire, where he strongly hinted he may make a presidential bid in 2016.

Republican Scarborough told a packed audience that he was open to the possibility of returning to politics despite the popularity of his MSNBC “Morning Joe” show.

The daily morning cable program he co-hosts with Mika Brzezinski is considered a political powerhouse whose news roundups often set the daily agenda for other major media across the nation.
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US President Barack Obama walks from the West Wing to Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House ob March 11, 2014 in Washington, DC.BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/GETTY

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“Is the Gop giving up tea?”


WASHINGTON POST/OPINION

E.J. Dionne Jr.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
Opinion Writer

The botched rollout of the health-care law has called forth some good news: Republicans are so confident they can ride anti-Obamacare sentiment to electoral victory that they’re growing ever-more impatient with the tea party’s fanaticism. Immigration reform may be the result.

The GOP is looking like a person emerging from a long binge and asking, “Why did I do that?” The moment of realization came when last fall’s government shutdown cratered the party’s polling numbers. Staring into the abyss can be instructive. For the first time since 2010, the middle of the House Republican caucus — roughly 100 of its 233 members — began worrying less about primaries from right-wing foes and more about losing their majority status altogether.

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