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They appear to take a big step toward coming out as a couple in a new interview."We have a crackling on-air chemistry, and a crackling off-air chemistry, too," says Scarborough, who divorced his second wife in 2013 (Brzezinski split from her husband of 23 years in June).
When asked to elaborate, Brzezinski pauses and says, "That's good." Scarborough adds, "I think that pretty much says it, doesn't it?
Earlier in the week, the two sparred on-air, and Scarborough tweeted how his apology went down later in the day. Mika: [Pulling a tooth out of her fist]: Don't sweat it," he wrote.
But are the co-hosts of MSNBC's politically charged morning show — liberal Mika Brzezinski, 49, and conservative Joe Scarborough, 54 — romantically involved?
The hosts faced some criticism for what some saw as their too-cozy relationship with Trump.
But after taking office, Trump publicly slammed the show for its criticism of missteps in the early days of his administration.
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” have confirmed that they are engaged to be married.
There has been persistent speculation about the pair’s off-screen relationship. Scarborough was divorced in 2013 while Brzezinski was divorced in 2016.
According to Page Six, Scarborough, 54, proposed during a trip to the south of France last weekend to celebrate Brzezinski's 50th birthday.Vanity Fair reported last month that according to Scarborough, the president suggested in January that the couple be married at the White House or Trump's Mar-a-Lago club. Both Brzezinski and Scarborough have been increasingly critical of some administration figures and policy decisions, ripping his rollout of the travel ban earlier this year, and barring one of his top advisers from the show. They could have the President of the United States marry them,'" Scarborough said Trump interjected.A source told Page Six's Emily Smith that "there are no wedding plans as of yet, they are just telling their families the happy news." But Scarborough did tell Vanity Fair that in January, before they were engaged, both then-President Elect Donald Trump and his son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner offered to officiate any wedding. Asked for her thoughts on that, Brzezinski told the magazine, "The mental picture is just fascinating, but the reality is just .
But several of the show's guests congratulated them -- for recent "ratings" wins.