June 30, 2017

Trump Turns on His Pals at MSNBC Who Helped Him Get Elected.Joe a Psycho-Mika Something as Bad

Lately, Morning Joe is been on Trump's sh_**  list.  Joe a Republican and ex-Congressman from the age of President Clinton.  He gave Trump a free hand and never really questioned the many discrepancies on his promises and sometimes crazy demeanor and words. It wasn't until Trump became President that He, like many people, realized Trump was not kidding like they thought he was or did not mean it, or was overpromising. He was going to try to do what he said he was going to do. Say what you want about Trump but nothing of what he does or says should be anything but news and promises from 2016. What Trump Said is inexcusable particularly from the President himself who happens to be the legal US voice.
 Joe, Mika, and Trump. Their show was a perfect example of the media giving  Trump free press. He was never or rarely confronted on any of his views and promises. Tne only he was asked continually was about the wall and Muslims which gave his haters a hard on.  

MSNBC comes out backing their show and ratings with the following ( 

MSNBC responded to President Donald Trump’s Twitter tirade Thursday against "Morning Joe" hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski by saying the president is putting personal grudges over the job he was elected to do. 
“It’s a sad day for America when the president spends his time bullying, lying and spewing petty personal attacks instead of doing his job,” MSNBC spokesperson Lori Acio said in a statement. 
Trump lashed out at the hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Twitter for speaking “badly of me.” The tweets — which drew immediate criticism from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle — came toward the end of the pair’s morning cable news show. 
When asked whether the president's tweets were "out of line" during his weekly press conference, House Speaker Paul Ryan said, "Obviously I don't see that as an appropriate comment." 
"Look, what we're trying to do around here is improve the tone, the civility of the debate, and this obviously doesn't help do that," Ryan added. 
Trump was a frequent guest on "Morning Joe" during the start of his 2016 presidential run. But his contentious relationship with the media has only grown since taking office earlier this year. He attacked CNN, The New York Times and The Washington Post on Twitter earlier this week. 
The tweets aimed at the MSNBC hosts were quickly condemned by members of Trump’s own party for being below the dignity of his office: 
Republican Sen. James Lankford, bringing up the recent attack on GOP congressmen at a baseball practice in Virginia, said Trump's comments "don't help." 
"I just chaired a hearing with the US Capitol Police about safety, and the June 14 shooting attack of Steve Scalise, Matt Mika and Officers Crystal Griner and David Bailey. National and local leaders, including our President, should model civility, honor, and respect in our political rhetoric. The President's tweets today don't help our political or national discourse and it does not provide a positive role model for our national dialogue," Lankford said in a statement. 
White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders defended the president on "Fox News" on Thursday. 
"Look, I think what's necessary is to push back against unnecessary attacks on the president, both personally. I've seen far worse things come out of that show," Huckabee Sanders said. "Again, directed not just at the president but at everyone around him — personal attacks, mean, hateful attacks and again, this president isn't going to sit back and not push back, and he's going to fight fire with fire and I think that's exactly what he did today." 
Melania Trump's press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, tells NBC News: "As the First Lady has stated publicly when her husband gets attacked, he will punch back 10 times harder.” 
Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, appeared to be referencing Trump’s tweet as well when he sent out a link to an op-ed he recently penned on the subject of civility in politics.

~~~~~NY Daily News Trump talks about an imagined Mika's bleeding which it seems as a feminine put down smack because of a woman's biological period. Maybe he had a bad experience and now any female he doesn't like he sees as spewing blood from every women's  cavity (this is something he has used in Publ before)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The ugly American President: Donald Trump's tweet-rant against Mika and Joe reaches new heights.

 The President of the United States, possessed of awesome power and awesome responsibility, readies to grapple with the most urgent business of nation and world.

The man in the mirror.

For embarrassingly too many a morning since Jan. 21, 2017, Donald Trump gripped his phone, opened the Twitter app and unleashed self-serving deceptions, personal attacks, and rages against the “FAKE NEWS MEDIA.”

But Thursday’s astonishingly infantile burst of trash talk aimed at MSNBC morning hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough descended to newly squalid depths, in line with a surge of administration attacks against news outlets.

Trump mocks Mika Brzezinski for ‘bleeding badly from a face-lift’
Ranted the tweeter-in-chief: “I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don’t watch anymore). Then how come low I.Q. Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe, came..”

And then . . . silence. What weighty matters could have occupied the President’s time, his fingers, his mind as the seconds ticked by?

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Perhaps the fate of the Obamacare repeal he had promised the voters of America, hanging on by mere threads in the Senate, where he must flip at least two expected “no” votes to yes in his own Republican Party to prevail.

Perhaps the swelling nuclear ambitions of North Korea, which National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster confirmed Wednesday have prompted a U.S. military response plan.

Nah. Time to get back in the Wrestlemania ring for another round of bashing, this one aimed squarely at Brzezinski.

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“. . .to Mar-a-Lago 3 nights in a row around New Year’s Eve, and insisted on joining me. She was bleeding badly from a face-lift. I said no!”

Trump likely had been triggered by an on-the-air statement from Brzezinski about a @realdonaldtrump tweet implying that the pending Senate health care bill would boost Medicaid spending: “That’s your President of the United States lying to you.”

Anyone possessed of even minimal maturity would have let the fair-and-square comment alone.

Instead, Trump resorted to the below-the-belt move he’d pulled on another female TV host, Megyn Kelly, following her tough questioning during a presidential debate — smearing her with the image of blood. (Paging Dr. Freud.) Compelled to relieve the boo-boo on his tender ego, the President unleashed his torrent of schoolyard insults infused with still more lies.

Obviously, “Morning Joe” is still on screens somewhere in Trump’s vicinity — and lots of other places, judging by healthy ratings.

Scarborough and Brzezinski were, duh, seeking an interview with the President holed up at his estate.

(Photos from the scene revealed no evidence of her bleeding or recent surgery).

Donald Trump, on the other hand, has a self-inflicted black eye with poor prospects for recovery.

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