President Trump released individual attacks versus us Thursday, but our issues about his unmoored habits go far beyond the personal. America’s leaders and allies are asking themselves yet once again whether this man is fit to be president. We have our doubts, however we are both specific that the male is not psychologically equipped to continue watching our program, “Early morning Joe.”
The president’s unhealthy fascination with our program has been in the general public record for months, and we are hardly ever amazed by his posting nasty tweets about us. During the project, the Republican politician candidate called Mika “It is interrupting that the president of the United States keeps up his relentless attack on women. From his menstruation musings about Megyn Kelly, to his fat-shaming treatment of a previous Miss Universe, to his braggadocio claims about grabbing females’s genitalia, the 45th president is setting the poorest of standards for our kids. We were heartened to hear a variety of Republican legislators call out Mr. Trump for his offending words and can just hope that the females who are closest to him will follow their examples. It would be the height of hypocrisy to declare the mantle of ladies’s empowerment while allowing a relative to continue such abusive conduct.
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We have actually understood Mr. Trump for more than a decade and have some fond memories of our relationship together. However that hasn’t stopped us from slamming his abhorrent behavior or fretting about his physical fitness. Throughout the height of the 2016 governmental project, Joe typically listened to Trump employee grumble about their manager’s erratic habits, including a leading project official who was as close to the Republican candidate as anyone.We, too, have actually seen a change in his behavior over the previous couple of years. Possibly that is why we were neither stunned nor insulted by the president’s individual attack. The Donald Trump we understood prior to the campaign was a flawed character but one who still appeared efficient in keeping his worst instincts in check.
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski get here for the annual White Home Correspondents’ Association supper in Washington in 2015. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)