Trump brought up Scarborough in a tweet complaining about how his one-time campaign adviser Roger Stone had been convicted for witness tampering, making false statementd, and obstruction of justice, including lying about his dealings with WikiLeaks. The 53-year-old broadcast journalist called Trump, 73, a "sick person" after the president used a May 20 tweet about about his former aide Roger Stone to falsely attack Joe again. I would think there is a lot more to this story than that?
Brzezinski's brutal takedown got here in response to Trump's current revival of an previous, debunked conspiracy idea suggesting that her husband and speak present co-host Joe Scarborough might have murdered a former aide in 2001 when he was in Congress. "Once again tweeting conspiracy theories about Joe, falsely accusing him of murder, talking about a death of a young staffer in his congressional office years ago, and calling him risky to walk the streets". How about that jury Forewoman, does anybody think that was fair. Also, Joe was far away in Washington D.C. when Lori's death occurred in Florida.
Scarborough had introduced he was leaving workplace one month earlier than Klausutis' demise, which Trump identified on Saturday as suspicious.
Ms Brzezinski responded: "Donald, you're a sick person".
MSNBC anchor Mika Brzezinski said Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has agreed to meet with her about Donald Trump's tweets. "Because he tells the truth, and he speaks clearly about his lack of interest and empathy for others and his lack of ability to handle this massive human catastrophe, the fact that it has made it worse and worse every day". You're really a cruel, sick, disgusting person.
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The FDA warned last month that the drug should only be taken in hospitals because of the risk of heart complications. He also claimed that the "very unscientific report" was conducted by "people that aren't big Trump fans".
'Twitter, you shouldn't be allowing this, and you should be taking these tweets down, and you should be ashamed of yourself, ' she said.
"Brzezinski tweeted on Wednesday "@jack At what point is @Twitter a part of this?
Cooper also came to Scarborough's defense, saying the tweet was not only a slur against the "Morning Joe" co-host, but "utterly heartless to this woman's [Klausutis'] family and her memory". Brzezinski wrote in one message, addressed directly to Dorsey.
They briefly reconciled after he won office, but it was short-lived as the duo continued to call his leadership choices into question.
Brzezinski took offense to the president's speculation on whether Scarborough was directly involved in the case.