Joe Scarborough; Mika Brzezinski (Credit: AP/Evan Agostini)
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough accused Fox News’ Sean Hannity of being “state-run television” due to the latter incessant and unwavering support for President Donald Trump.
“Then going on a T.V. show that basically a state-run television and being asked at the end of that T.V. show, is there anything else that we don’t know about? and Don Jr. saying that’s it,” Scarborough proclaimed about Donald Trump Jr., who made a controversial appearance on Hannity’s Fox News show to dispel ongoing concerns about his email discussing receiving dirt on Hillary Clinton from the Russian government.
Scarborough also wants you to know that the Republican Party lost its way after the 1990s — which, conveniently happens to be when Scarborough’s career in politics came to an end.
“When I left Congress in 2001, I praised my party’s successful efforts to balance the budget for the first time in a generation and keep many of the promises that led to our takeover in 1994,” Scarborough wrote in The Washington Post. “I concluded my last speech on the House floor by foolishly predicting that Republicans would balance budgets and champion a restrained foreign policy for as long as they held …read more