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'Morning Joe' hosts Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski engaged

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Tobias Pedroso | 04 May, 2017, 23:32

Brzezinski, the daughter of former Jimmy Carter national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, split from her husband of 23 years last June.

Jared Kushner, who was in on the confab, volunteered to officiate, she said, to which Trump retorted, "Why would you marry them?"

Now that the ring is on Brzezinski's finger - which she displayed on Thursday's episode of the talk show - she said the idea of marrying at the White House isn't in the cards.

"We want to spend the rest of our lives together and that's more important than what management will think and critics will think or anybody else", Scarborough said. "His glasses were fogging up he was so nervous".

"When I saw him on one knee, I started laughing nervously, nearly hysterically", the MSNBC host said. It was not an easy process and it was not an easy set of decisions for either of us.

Vanity Fair reported Thursday 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.

When their book "Love and War" came out, they were asked the number one thing they fight about. I've got my license. At that point, Trump jumped back in, adding, "Why would you marry them? They could have the President of the United States marry them".

"First of all, can I say something?" panelist Harold Ford Jr. said before a discussion about Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Corey.

The romance between the two hosts has been widely rumored for years, though they've shied away from publicly discussing it before announcing their engagement in Vanity Fair.

"Oh thank you, good good, yeah", Brzezinski sheepishly replied.

"He just won't even engage", she said.

"On that day's show, the panelists congratulated Scarborough and Brzezinski on their 'ratings, ' a cheeky reference to the engagement, but their actual relationship was never discussed", the Washington Examiner explained.