"Both presidents can crow about the growth they saw but it was not a disaster under Barack Obama," Cavuto said.
"If that's what Donald Trump thinks the crisis this nation faces is right now, then we really are in a terrible, terrible state of affairs," the former Bush staffer said.
"I just don't understand why Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani and all these people who have a greatest hits package of being cognitively impaired would point to anybody else," Joe Scarborough said.
"Obvious fact-check there on President Trump's claim about his predecessor's efforts to reform policing. In fact, the Trump administration has spent much of its time unraveling those Obama administration police reforms," Mika Brzezinski said.
Journalist Kara Swisher writes that Twitter executives hope the placement of truth against lies will serve to cleanse the stain. She's skeptical.
"This is a crisis that's not breaking us from the past but doubling down on the perverted power equations that defined American life the last several decades," he said.
"People shouldn't be in panic mode yet or rushing to their grocer and trying to buy every perishable item that they can," the food expert said.
"Vice President Pence is learning from Donald Trump that when you're caught dead on something, point back at the reporter and blame the media for misunderstanding it," the Morning Joe host said.
Because it's all about me, me, me!
"This is about a Wisconsin legislature and a Wisconsin Republican party in Wisconsin that has spent the last decade doing everything they could do to twist and distort voting outcomes in elections," he said.
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