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Lashing out at news media, Trump brings up Joe Scarborough conspiracy theory

02 December 2017

While this would have been a typical morning for a president, Trump also made a decision to highlight videos of alleged Muslim violence and imply that MSNBC's Joe Scarborough killed his staffer.

Trump added, "Investigate!" in the Wednesday tweet. "Now listen. You can get mad at me if you want to, but it is OK to say".

Also back in May, Brzezinski said, "You can argue that this president is completely incompetent, maybe even has some issues medically".

He then chastised the president's cabinet, saying that they serve America, not President Trump: "You know you don't serve Donald J. Trump, scam developer, scam Trump University proprietor, reality TV show host".

"You [cabinet members] represent 320 million people whose lives are literally in your hands", Scarborough said.

Along with co-host Mika Brzezinski, Scarborough called on Trump's cabinet, including Vice President Mike Pence, to remove the "unfit" Trump from the White House.

Scarborough then noted people close to Trump have questioned his mental fitness.

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"We heard this months ago, that we are going to have a ground war in Korea, they believe that inside the White House for a very long time".

"But right now, at this particular moment. we are headed towards a nuclear showdown", Scarborough said. "After the first nuclear missile goes?" he added, noting the increased tension between the US and North Korea.

Mr Trump took aim at Mr Scarborough earlier this week, appearing to call for a probe into the death of a staff member who was found in the former politician's office in 2001.

President Donald Trump received info of great economic growth and spoke on the phone with Chinese President Xi Jinping Wednesday morning.

In a tweet following NBC's firing of host Matt Lauer over sexual misconduct claims, the President tweeted: "So now that Matt Lauer is gone when will the Fake News practitioners at NBC be terminating the contract of Phil Griffin?"

One day earlier, Scarborough had tweeted "I took down my Trump tweets yesterday after deciding my responses should be about policy and not personality".

Lashing out at news media, Trump brings up Joe Scarborough conspiracy theory