"This is the type of inflammatory and unacceptable rhetoric that puts a target on the backs of our great law enforcement," a White House official said of Scarborough.
"He's ignorant, he's warped, he's obsessed with money and sex..." she said.
Joe Scarborough said suggesting the president's "sworn political enemy" be shot was "literally out of a tyrant's playbook."
"That's actually not cute at all. Not cute at all. Actually pretty depressing."
"It was stone cold racist comment. It wasn't a joke, it was mean spirited, it was vile. ABC knew this about her going in," Steve Schmidt said of Roseanne.
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough referred to President Donald Trump's actions over the weekend as "Nixonian."
Scarborough said that "you know we have entered into special times" when Pirro claims President Donald Trump's decision to move the embassy was discussed thousands of years ago.
"You've got millions of dollars that are being deposited into this account," Avenatti said.
Joe Scarborough said Trump has no great plan behind bringing in Giuliani.
Conservative commentators and longtime Trump defenders have questioned the president's honesty in the wake of the Giuliani confession.
"I think this was John Bolton, or somebody connected to John Bolton, trying to send a message, a shot across the bow to Iran."
"What a joke," Joe Scarborough said about Trump supporters claiming to be offended by comedian Michelle Wolf.
"He has no response and he's hiding," Scarborough said of Trump.
"Some would argue that it would take a moron to tell the world that you're unstable and that you lurch around and can't make decisions," Mika Brzezinski said.
Reading the full written document is not Trump's favored "style of learning," a person familiar with the situation said.
Trump is "frantically doing everything he can to avoid testifying" before the special counsel, the host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" said.
The television hosts have butted heads in the past.
Scarborough's comments come after firing many criticisms at Trump since he took office.
"I think my generation needs to get the hell out of politics," the former DNC chair said.
Hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough criticized the Democratic Party and the #MeToo campaign for going too far.
"Where are you today?" Mika Brzezinski asked the first daughter.