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The Morning Joe Panel Pays Tribute To Phil Griffin | Morning Joe | MSNBC


The Morning Joe panel pays tribute to Phil Griffin, who has served as MSNBC president since 2008 and has been with the network since its beginning. Griffin will be stepping down in early 2021, and Rashida Jones will step into the role. Aired on 12/08/2020.
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    1. @Ja Pandason
      No, Karen had no part in the back and forth relationship of Jim ( the break up guy) and Pam ( the unfaithful fiance).
      Karen got the raw end of the deal with Jim.
      I’m happy Karen was such a strong, intelligent woman who moved on, got a great job, found and married her true love. I was happy to see her and her big pregger belly.

    2. @BC FB it was probably for the best. She was leading a double life as a public health worker in Pawnee, Indiana. She would’ve broken Jim’s heart.

    3. Well, let’s keep pretending that Quincy Jones is her father anyway. I hear the Sanford and Son soundtrack in my head for comic relief these days. …and “Killer Joe” with Freddie Hubbard on trumpet and Rahsan Roland-Kirk playing two saxophones simultaneously.

    1. @G h great you have a show to watch. I look forward to new shows being added that many others can enjoy that don’t center white voices.

  1. 40 years ago today…John Lennon was murdered…….. “You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one” …..RIP John………….all Mr Rodgers posts today will praise John Lennon

  2. I love the quiet confidence and honesty that everyone has on this show. Everyone seems to have a respect for each other and sense of humor. I truly love your show and appreciate the job all of you do!!!

    1. I know what you mean. This is how my people talked, and how I was taught to behave. If we had talked about grabbing women, the other men would have taken us aside and given us a speech, and if the women had heard about it, that would have been a LOT worse. And that is just the BEGINNING of how we didn’t treat people. (Usually, Joe interrupts his wife. Obviously, someone gave him a speech. 😀 )

  3. The open-air atmosphere is what attracts me to your program I get the biggest tickle out of Mika and the soft way she speaks loud and the Wise Way Joe listens smart but talks out loud I hope the channel retains this quality in future programs

  4. Well done to you, I watch your broadcasts from the middle of the Indian Ocean day in and day out, my little Island of Mauritius has an awesome fiber optic network to access the internet, keep up the wonderful coverage you bring to the world Mika, Joe and Willy…

    1. I’m so glad you posted this. There is so much bad news about the USA, so I’m pleased to know people can see some of our better endeavors. We’re going to “right the ship” starting on Jan 20, 2021. Stay safe and well and best wishes to you and those you love.

  5. what a lovely tribute! that is the kind of boss that everyone would love to have. i had a few over the decades, but they were indeed a rarity and i have never forgotten them. ty ms brzezinski, mr scarborough, mr geist.

  6. And those cops not wanting to enforce the law n do their job need to get fired n get ppl that want to do their job lol they are already bad the ones that only want to do what they want to on the job

  7. It’s not often that you get to hear a heartful ‘elegy’ of someone they all greatly respect, and who has not actually died, so he gets to actually hear it. Tom Sawyer territory.

  8. From Scotland, I’d just like to say a big THANK YOU to Phil for allowing The Morning Joe show the freedom it so deserves! Good luck in your future endeavors Phil! 🙂

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