MSNBC’s Morning Joe will broadcast live from the White House tomorrow, and the show will feature several members of the Obama administration during the three-hour show.
Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski and Willie Geist will interview senior advisor David Axelrod, press secretary Robert Gibbs and more. A major focus of the show will be President Barack Obama‘s Address to Congress tomorrow night.
“‘Morning Joe’ is excited to be the first news show to broadcast from Barack Obama’s White House,” Scarborough tells TVNewser. “These are historic times and as much as any news program, ‘Morning Joe’ has been at the center of the political discussion. We are pleased that the White House encourages the free exchange of ideas and has agreed to host us tomorrow.”
> Update: After Morning Joe, MSNBC will continue to broadcast from DC throughout the day…
9a – David Gregory
10a – Chuck Todd (from the White House)
11a – Norah O’Donnell
12p – Chris Matthews
1p – Andrea Mitchell
2p – Savannah Guthrie
3p – Norah O’Donnell
4p – Andrea Mitchell
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