'Morning Joe' hosts fire back

by Dwayne Torres July 3, 2017, 0:50
'Morning Joe' hosts fire back

Brzezinski even spoke to Melania Trump about the procedure, during the New Year's Eve visit to Mar-a-Lago, but allegedly it was the then-president-elect who was more interested.

Trump also went after CNN Saturday, saying he's pleased the network "has finally been exposed as #FakeNews and garbage journalism".

Mr Trump says the hosts called him in an attempt to stop the story.

Mr Trump asserted that the media "has destroyed themselves because they went too far", adding that "instead of being subtle and smart they used a hatchet".

President Donald Trump on Saturday fired off another volley in his escalating feud with the United States media, aiming a Twitter tirade at CNN, NBC and a morning show host he taunted as "dumb as a rock". The President is in no position to criticize on another person's appearance, he said. "We have our doubts, but we are both certain that the man is not mentally equipped to continue watching our show, 'Morning Joe'".

Those White House calls had been preceded by Enquirer reporters calling Brzezinski's teenage children and close friends, she said.

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They also claimed that the White House had tried unsuccessfully to get them to apologise to the president for unfavourable coverage in exchange for him getting a negative tabloid story about them killed. He claimed that he hadn't spoken to Trump in months, so Trump's claim that he called and begged him to stop the National Enquirer story was false. "Bad show", he wrote.

Trump previously called the hosts "low I.Q. Crazy Mika" and "Psycho Joe".

"Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough congratulated his show's team for record ratings on Sunday amid high tension between President Trump and the show's hosts.

They denied that they had asked to come to Mar-a-Lago, that they had requested the National Enquirer article to be spiked, or that Brzezinski had been "bleeding badly".

Meanwhile, presidential counsellor Kellyanne Conway, speaking on ABC's Good Morning America, defended Mr Trump's "ability to fight back when he is attacked".

In their article, Brzezinski and Scarborough, a former Republican congressman, expressed their concern about Mr Trump's "unrelenting assault on women", following his previous clashes with a female journalist and a former Miss Universe, as well as his boast about groping women.


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