MSNBC won’t release evidence that White House pressured "Morning Joe" hosts

After Scarborough tweeted that he had proof of the blackmail story, MSNBC said it has no plans to release any phone records of conversations between the “Morning Joe” hosts and White House officials, according to Mediaite and Politico.

New York magazine reported Friday that Scarborough had discussed the pending National Enquirer story with Jared Kushner, a White House senior adviser and Trump’s son-in-law, in mid-April. Kushner told Scarborough that he could stop the story from running by personally apologizing to Trump, which Scarborough refused to do, according to the report.