Scarborough pointed out how the media “screwed up” during Trump’s initial 2016 campaign, stating that much of the blame could be centered on the amount of coverage devoted to the Clinton email scandal.
Trump just fired top intelligence figures to put in political people and tamp down any information he doesn't want to hear.
"There is not enough money for a country that's $23 trillion in debt to pay for one tenth of what she's proposing," Joe Scarborough said.
"Maxine Waters said she believed the speaker had always been clear about her opposition to impeachment and agreed it would take Republicans, quote, who have the courage to do it," Mika Scarborough said.
"I'm certain he is well known in the folks who follow this topic. The fact that the president of the United States doesn't know him I don't think should cause anybody any concern," Mulvaney said.
"Nobody is going to take Jeff's place that doesn't commit to the Senate and the country as a whole that Mueller will be allowed to finish his job without political interference," Graham said.
What the world sees as chaotic crises, the Trump people view as just another day in Crazy Town, and Spicer, the town crier, spins it like a top.
On a day with a lot of strange occurrences, this was just one more.
Some sort of feed glitch from MSNBC left David Ignatius in a creepy place.
David Ignatius Wonders If We're 'At A Turning Point' Because McCain, Bush And Carson Called Out Trump's Rhetoric
CBC, Face the Nation, Nov. 29, 2015.
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