MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski close the TVNewser Summit on Tuesday (interviewed by Businessweek’s Jon Fine), and will talk about how the Obama administration is dealing with the press so far. Recently, the administration has taken on critics directly. “I’m kind of excited by it,” said Brzezinski. “I think it’s really smart of them.”
Scarborough says the strategy is different than the last White House occupants. “The Bush administration was the past, as far as communication goes. You can tell the Obama administration knows what the future is,” he said. See more from the Morning Joe hosts below, including which administration figure makes Scarborough go from giving President Barack Obama an ‘A’ to an ‘F’:
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