Actor Victor Garber, star of the upcoming sci-fi film “Self/Less” joined Morning Joe’s Mika Brzezinski, Joe Scarborough, and Mike Barnicle to talk about his latest role opposite Sir Ben Kingsley, who plays a dying aristocrat whose consciousness is transferred into a healthy young body. Mike asked him: “Are there actors who you’ve played up against – Sir Ben Kingsley being one – who get your game up higher than others?” Hear who Garber credits with helping him learn the fine art of acting. Only on MSNBC.
George Pataki, former governor of New York and current Republican candidate for president, appears on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to share his thoughts on the quarrel between Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo. “You dealt with two mayors of New York City during your tenure—what were the tougher elements of dealing with two different personalities?,” asks Mike of Governor Pataki’s relationship with former mayors Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg. Listen to the Gov. Pataki talk about his experience here.
“The singing put the coup de grâce on it, but the message he was delivering was so much from within him… more than we’ve ever seen since he became president,” comments Mike Barnicle of President Barack Obama’s incredibly significant successes last week, which concluded with his “Amazing Grace” speech on race in South Carolina. Listen to the rest of Mike’s Morning Joe comments here on President Obama’s “best week ever” and what it means for his presidency going forward. Only on MSNBC.
On MSNBC’s Morning Joe, U.S. Sec. of Labor Thomas Perez talks with Mike Barnicle about the details of the Department of Labor’s new proposal to more than double the overtime pay threshold for salaried workers under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Listen to Sec. Perez’s comments on the proposed rule here.
Mike Barnicle and Howard Dean, former Democratic Gov. of Vermont, discuss Gov. Chris Christie’s (R-NJ) challenges as a presidential candidate with the older, more sophisticated voters in New Hampshire. Watch the conversation with Gov. Dean on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.