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Joe And Mika Share Another Awkward Moment After Bashing President Trump

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Nick Givas Media And Politics Reporter
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“Morning Joe” co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski gave their viewers another moment of Trump bashing Monday, when they talked over one other and laughed at their own jokes.

The show’s political panel was discussing the Russia investigation and claimed public opinion favors special counsel Robert Mueller. Scarborough then jumped in and began mocking Trump.

“With every indictment Mika, the criticism on the hill is getting more and more silent, because you just can’t justify it,” Scarborough said. “And I just — can I just say, can I just end this? If I were the president I would be insulted.”

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“His lawyers and people that work for him at the White House and people in the press think he is too stupid to go toe-to-toe with Bob Mueller,” Scarborough added. “The guy is president of the United States after all. He won.”

“He won and he and he tweets all the time,” Brzezinski replied condescendingly. “And they’re good tweets. Please. You can do it.”

“Anyway, I would be insulted if I were the president,” Scarborough repeated. Just when the segment seemed over, Scarborough kept after it and continued to beat the topic.

“No confidence in him at all,” he concluded. “Where do they get off? Those lawyers didn’t get elected the President of the United States. He got more electoral votes than anybody ever.”

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