Joe and Susan Scarborough are a divorced American couple. Joe Scarborough is a former U.S. Congressman and, as of October 2015, he is the co-host of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC.
Joe Scarborough makes slightly less than $100,000 per week, according to Inquisitr. The judgment of divorce between Joe and Susan Scarborough requires Joe to pay Susan spousal support in the amount of $30,000 per month for several years. The court also ordered Joe Scarborough to continue to pay the mortgage on the couple's marital home and pay school tuition for the couple's children. The parties filed for divorce in 2012. As of 2013, Joe and Susan still shared a home, although the judgment of divorce orders the parties to separate sides of the house each night after 7:00 p.m.
Time Magazine named Joe Scarborough one of its 100 Most Influential People, according to Joe Scarborough's personal website. Joe Scarborough published two books that made the New York Time's bestseller list titled "Rome Wasn't Burnt in a Day" and "The Last Best Hope: Restoring Conservatism and America’s Promise."
The Scarboroughs' marriage lasted 12 years. Joe Scarborough's marriage to Susan was his second. Joe has two adult children with his first wife, Melanie. One of his adult children suffers from diabetes. Susan Scarborough previously worked as an aide to former Governor Jeb Bush. Voters first elected Joe Scarborough to Congress in 1994, and he won re-election three times, according to Daily Mail.