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MSNBC’S “Morn­ing Joe” hosts Joe Scar­bor­ough and Mika Brzezin­ski ex­changed vows on Nov. 24 at Wash­ing­ton, D.C.’s Na­tional Ar­chives — home to price­less U.S. trea­sures, in­clud­ing the Con­sti­tu­tion, the Dec­la­ra­tion of In­de­pen­dence and the Bill of Rights.

The lo­ca­tion seemed fit­ting as nei­ther are strangers to us­ing the law of the land to their ad­van­tage — as they did when at­tempt­ing to bury the bomb­shell that they’d both cheated on their spouses! As an in­ves­ti­ga­tion by

The Na­tional ENQUIRER un­cov­ered, the talk­ing heads slapped their former part­ners with iron­clad di­vorce deals to keep them from dish­ing dirt about their hot­shot exes’ love-rat

ways. But The ENQUIRER re­vealed 55-year-old Joe paid sec­ond wife Su­san Waren $150,000 when they ended their 12-year mar­riage in 2013. He also shelled out a $30,000 a month to his ex and zipped her lip with a gag or­der!

Mika didn’t ditch her hubby of 23 years un­til 2016, but the de­tails of her di­vorce from re­porter James Hof­fer were sealed.

Mika, 51, and Joe spent years call­ing in fa­vors from their me­dia cronies, ask­ing them to scut­tle sto­ries about them dat­ing, claimed sources. But in­sid­ers had been whis­per­ing about their li­aisons for years, claim­ing their “busi­ness trips” to pro­mote their show had re­ally been ex­cuses for them to hook up. The pair were even spot­ted to­gether at a 2013 World Se­ries game!

Though the love­birds tried to keep a low pro­file, a gro­cery store worker near Mika’s house in New York claimed she had seen Joe there “hun­dreds of times.”

After ten years on-air to­gether, Joe and Mika got en­gaged last spring at Ho­tel du Cap in An­tibes, France, and their low-key wed­ding was shrouded in se­crecy. Even event staffers didn’t know who was ty­ing the knot un­til the bride and groom ar­rived! Joe said of the hush-hush event: “Ev­ery­thing we do is ex­posed, so we want this to be pri­vate.”

Scar­bor­ough and Brzezin­ski tried to keep their re­la­tion­ship un­der wrapsfor years

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