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Joe Scarborough Calls GOP's Attacks On Susan Rice A "Clown Show"

Joe Scarborough, apparently aware that the American public isn't buying John McCain's and Lindsey Graham's nonsensical attacks on Susan Rice, finally had enough this morning and called their escapades a "clown show". He also made this rather

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Joe Scarborough, apparently aware that the American public isn't buying John McCain's and Lindsey Graham's nonsensical attacks on Susan Rice, finally had enough this morning and called their escapades a "clown show".

He also made this rather good point:

SCARBOROUGH: Did John McCain say that Colin Powell was unfit to continue as Secretary of State after the information that he gave before the united nations that led us into the Iraq war? Did that make Colin Powell unfit to be Secretary of State or was Colin Powell given bad intel? I never heard him say that. I never heard Lindsey Graham say that.

You really wonder what these guys are thinking.

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