On Friday’s Morning Joe, co-host Mika Brzezinski suffered a full-on meltdown as her Trump Derangement Syndrome was out in full force. She ranted about the President being “evil” and bringing on a “dictatorship.”
The outrage came in the wake of Trump’s Oval Office interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos in which the President said he would accept opposition research on his political opponents from foreign governments. For Mika Brzezinski, something that the Clinton campaign actually did in 2016 apparently makes Trump akin to an evil dictator.
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Omarosa Manigault Newman, former senior White House official and frequent thorn in President Donald Trump’s side, has accused the administration of destroying several boxes of evidence that she said should have been turned over to special counsel Robert Mueller and his team of investigators.
Speaking to Rev. Al Sharpton on MSNBC on Saturday, Manigault Newman said she was told to leave boxes of documents pertaining to Trump’s campaign and his transition into office when she was fired in December 2017 by John Kelly, the then-White House chief of staff. The order, she said, was despite a “clear directive” that she and other White House staff had received to preserve all documents potentially related to Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and the Trump campaign’s ties to Russian officials.
“I think it’s important to realize that very early on in the administration, we got letters directing us to preserve all information related to the Mueller investigation ― all investigations, any information, any emails, any correspondence,” Manigault Newman said.
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An MSNBC reporter made the American case for the Second Amendment during a report Tuesday on the chaos and civil unrest in Venezuela.
Host Andrea Mitchell remarked to reporter Kerry Sanders her surprise at socialist dictator Nicolas Maduro’s ability to remain in power despite months of strife and turmoil in Venezuela under his socialist regime.
“Not only hanging on but he appears to still control the military,” Sanders said. “You have to understand, in Venezuela gun ownership is not something that is open to everybody.”
Thursday on MSNBC’s “Hardball,” Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI), a member of the House Judiciary Committee, suggested imprisonment for officials in the Trump administration that did not comply with congressional subpoenas.
Cicilline argued there was a precedent for such action.
“First of all, Chris — Congress cannot allow the president to prevent us from oversight,” he said. “We have three things Congress can do if witnesses refuse to comply with a lawfully issued subpoena. One is, refer to the Department of Justice for prosecution because that’s a crime. We don’t have a lot of confidence Mr. Barr will do that. The second is to start a civil proceeding and get a citation from the court to bring that person into contempt and do it that way. But there’s a third method we can do right away. Since 1821, the Supreme Court has recognized the inherent right of Congress to hold individuals in contempt and to imprison them. That was reaffirmed in a case in 1935. Congress has the responsibility, and I would say the obligation to hold individuals in contempt who do not comply with a lawful subpoena who do not produce documents and we ought to be prepared to imprison them because we have the inherent right.”
MSNBC’s ‘national security contributor’ declared Monday that President Trump’s recent dismissal of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, as well as other officials equates to “workplace violence.”
Appearing on Deadline, Frank Figliuzzi suggested there is a “possible analogy between what we’re seeing in the president and studies of violence and acting out, particularly workplace violence.”
Figliuzzi added that Trump’s negative attitude indicates a “pathway to violence.”
MSNBC host Chris Matthews said President Trump could be re-elected in a landslide much like the 1972 election if the Democrats shift to the far left.
The host suggested that many prominent Democrats are pushing too many issues all at once, each of which would lead to a drastic change in American life that will likely be seen as too sudden for most voters.
In particular, Matthews said:
What if the Democrats nominated a candidate who supports the key progressive issues of today, getting rid of the Electoral College, increasing the size of the U.S. Supreme Court, creating a government-run, national health system, paying a significant chunk of college tuition, liberalizing abortion laws, especially late in term and presenting immigration policies that would allow interpretation as open borders, including socialists, by the way, in the Democratic coalition?
MSNBC’s Mike Brzezinski defended Joe Biden’s creepy behavior around women and children earlier today.
Over the weekend, Lucy Flores accused the potential presidential candidate of gripping her shoulders and kissing her head several years ago at a political event, adding that this made her feel “uneasy, gross and confused.”
Biden has since been hit by a second accusation.
Democrats are dragging their feet on impeaching President Trump, and it’s frustrating some in the fake news media.
MSNBC host Katy Tur expressed her dismay at the Democrats’ hesitation to impeach Trump after his former lawyer Michael Cohen testified against him before Congress.
“Why are Democrats so hesitant to start impeachment proceedings?” Tur asked a panel.
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Appearing on MSNBC Live With Stephanie Ruhle Friday morning, analyst Jason Johnson, Politics Editor for The Root, blasted the Trump administration for refusing to allow ISIS terrorist Hoda Muthana from returning to the U.S. after she left to join the violent death cult. The left-wing contributor even argued it was “anti-American” to deny her re-entry to the nation she declared war against.
After a clip ran of an exclusive NBC News interview with Muthana, Ruhle turned to her panel of guests for reaction. Real Clear Politics Associate Editor A.B. Stoddard agreed with the Trump administration: “This country is a gift and I think she’s relinquished her privilege and I’m kind of in agreement with the President that she, you know, may not be allowed – shouldn’t be allowed to come back here.”
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough was in a mild state of panic while discussing President Trump’s improving poll numbers this morning, warning Democrats, “the once unthinkable (is) now possible and that is the election of Donald Trump in 2020.”
A new Gallup poll shows Trump with 44 percent approval, a marked improvement on his 37 percent approval rating in mid-January.
On Monday, a Rasmussen poll was released that had Trump at at 52 per cent approval, his highest since just after being inaugurated.