Scarborough, a former representative from Florida who has hosted the popular MSNBC program "Morning Joe" since 2007, said that "people close" to the president told him Trump is "mentally unfit" and "completely detached from reality". Trump said. "And will they terminate low ratings Joe Scarborough based on the "unsolved mystery" that took place in Florida years ago?"
Trump wrote on Twitter Wednesday morning.
Back in July, Scarborough said, "Far be it from me to speculate on the president's state of mind" - before proceeding to speculate on the president's state of mind regarding Russia's interference in the 2016 US election. Rex Tillerson, when is this the right time to talk about a mentally unstable president in the White House and a nuclear showdown with another unstable mad man in North Korea?
"Then what is it drafted for?", co-host Mika Brzezinski interjected, completing his question.
Before the 2016 presidential election, Scarborough received criticism for being too close to Trump, but has since shifted his stance.
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Scarborough responded to Trump's tweet on Wednesday, saying the president was "not well". "This is all we're going to say on the matter".
This allegation against Lack seemed to center around the idea that he had put out "fake news", but Trump's later tweet about Scarborough implied something much more sinister.
The "unsolved mystery" Trump alluded to involves the death of Lori Klausutis, a 28-year-old congressional aide in Scarborough's Fort Walton Beach, Fla., office, when he was still a Republican representative.
"Today the president crossed another deeply disturbing line". The coroner said the head injury caused the death, but she wasn't struck by another person.
There was no evidence that Scarborough had done anything wrong in the woman's death, but Trump's tweet proved the president could use the left-wing media's conspiracy theory tactics against one of their own. "Joe and I are not intimidated and his freaky behavior contravenes both the Constitution and basic moral judgment".