TMZ reports that documents from the Joe Scarborough divorce show he earns $99K a week from MSNBC for doing ′Morning Joe′. What′s more is that Scarborough′s ex-wife, Susan Warren, is upset that she is only receiving a small fraction of Joe′s income. According to reports, the couple split and filed for divorce in 2012. At the time when Joe Scarborough splits from his wife, he gave Susan a one-time payment of $150,000. Now that the divorce is final, Joe will have to pay her $30,000 per month for the next five years, followed by $25,000 per month for two years after that. He is also to pay off the mortgage on the family home in Connecticut and provide for the couple′s two children′s, Kate, 10 and Jack, 5, education. This was Joe′s second marriage after he divorced his college sweetheart, Melanie, in 1999. There had been speculation about the old Joe Scarborough scandal that he had been having an affair with one of his Congressional aides, Lori Klausutis, who died after allegedly fainting in his office and banging her head on a desk in July of 2001. Her death was ruled as an accident, but some still wonder about that. Scarborough married Susan two months later.
So what is more amazing? That MSNBC actually pays this fool $99,038 per week or that he is being so mean to his ex-wives? What about rumors that he and Mika are having an affair? I do not believe them but I′m certain that some do. Joe can certainly do much better. He can probably score at any bar in America before 10pm.
Are you shocked that the Joe Scarborough divorce papers show he earns $99K per week? That he is stiffing his ex-wife, Susan Warren with a paltry sum? What about those rumors of a Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski affair? Or about the rumors of the Joe Scarborough scandal concerning the death of Lori Klausutis? Are there other Joe Scarborough affairs still kept a secret? Why was the Joe Scarborough splits from his wife story kept a secret for so long? What really shocks me is that anybody pays him any attention when it comes to political analysis. I would never trust the opinion of any man who refuses to wear socks on television.