Scarborough to Coleman: "Norm ... [y]ou lost ... It's over Norm, OK? It's over."

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From the April 14 edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe:

MIKA BRZEZINSKI: After a statewide recount and a seven-week trial, a Minnesota court is confirming Democrat Al Franken won the U.S. Senate race against Republican incumbent Norm Coleman.

JOE SCARBOROUGH: OK, I don't mean to keep interrupting your news, but when are the Republicans going to give up the ghost on this?

BRZEZINSKI: Yeah.

SCARBOROUGH: Seriously. Norm, I like you. You lost, OK?

BRZEZINSKI: Yeah.

SCARBOROUGH: Can we -- can we seat a senator so --

BRZEZINSKI: Yeah, we need -- we need to --

SCARBOROUGH: -- Amy doesn't have to do the job of two senators. This is not --

BRZEZINSKI: Poor [Sen.] Amy Klobuchar [D-MN].

SCARBOROUGH: Seriously, it's not fair to the --

BRZEZINSKI: It's not.

SCARBOROUGH: It is seriously not fair to constituents in Minnesota to drag this out any longer.

BRZEZINSKI: I think that is true.

SCARBOROUGH: It's over Norm, OK?

BRZEZINSKI: Yeah.

SCARBOROUGH: It's over. I'm sorry.

BRZEZINSKI: No, no, you're right. Now that you're allowed.

Network/Outlet
MSNBC
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Joe Scarborough
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Morning Joe
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2008 Elections
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