The Wall Street Journal has announced a host for its “Morning Joe” program, which will include an airing of “dirty politics” on a daily basis.
The “Morning Al” hosts will discuss the day’s news from the political frontlines, as well as some of the key events in the past few months, as they go head-to-head with the political pundits and pundits who cover the show.
The program will debut on Tuesday, June 26 at 8:00am ET/PT on the CNN network.
The program will be available in four parts.
The first portion will feature host Joe Scarborough and “Dirty Media” host Brian Stelter, who will be joined by guests Joe Davidson, former deputy chief of staff to President Donald Trump, and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
The second portion will air on Wednesday, June 27, and will feature “Morning Ben” co-hosts Chris Matthews and Mika Brzezinski, as the third installment will air at 10:00pm ET/5:00 p.m.
The fourth segment will air Monday, June 28, and feature “Dancing with the Stars” host Stephen Colbert and “The Rachel Maddow Show” cohosts Mika and Rachel.
The first three segments will feature the political pundit host Rachel Maddox, as she joins host Joe to discuss politics.
The next three segments, on “Das Kapital” co host and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, will be hosted by the former “Morning Jockeys” co–hosts Joe Scarborough, Mika, and Rachel to discuss “the scandal” of the Trump administration, the “scandal” of Trump’s handling of the opioid crisis, and the scandal surrounding the resignation of former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
“We are excited to bring a brand-new show to CNN and bring in the biggest names in politics to discuss the news of the day,” said CNN President Jeff Zucker.
“This will be the first time this format has been available on CNN, and we are very excited to see how the audience responds.”
The first four segments will air Tuesday, July 1 at 7:00a.m ET/2:00p.m PT on CNN and will air twice daily.
The final segment will debut Monday, July 28, at 10am ET and will run for eight days, as will the final segment on “Morning John” co−hosts John Dickerson and Joe Scarborough.