Joe Scarborough: Trump Has Dementia, His Allies Told Me

Joe Scarborough: Trump Has Dementia, His Allies Told Me

Joe Scarborough: Trump Has Dementia, His Allies Told Me

So... what the heck is this "unsolved mystery" the President is dredging up? After he proclaimed that the U.S.

"When are we supposed to say this?"

"Yet he [Trump] is completely detached from reality".

Despite that, the death has been touted as a conspiracy theory against Scarborough since he left Congress and became a popular television personality on MSNBC. We had a New York Times and Washington Post piece saying so a couple of days ago. 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?

This is just the latest in a long feud between Trump and the "Morning Joe" duo. "Everybody around Donald Trump knows he's not stable".

"You don't represent him". "And we are facing a showdown with a nuclear power, and you have somebody inside the White House that the New York Daily News says is mentally unfit, that people close to him say is mentally unfit, that people close to him during the campaign told me had early stages of dementia". Back in May, Scarborough speculated on the president's "confused mental state" before pointing to similarities he saw with his mother who had "dementia for 10 years".

"Then what is it drafted for?", co-host Mika Brzezinski interjected, completing his question.

Brzezinski, who is also engaged to Scarborough, said Trump's tweet pushed "a false conspiracy theory to intimidate the press and cause a chilling effect on the 1st Amendment".

Trump frequently targets Scarborough, Brzezinski, their show, and their network. Scarborough said. He added, under Trump's leadership the country had moved closer to war on the Korean Peninsula than most Americans know.

Trump wrote, "So now that Matt Lauer is gone when will the Fake News practitioners at NBC be terminating the contract of Phil Griffin?"

The president referred to the matter only obliquely as "the unsolved mystery that took place in Florida years ago" and appeared to imply, without citing any additional evidence, that there was foul play that might justify Scarborough's termination at MSNBC.

In 2001, intern Lori Klausutis passed away from complications suffered when she fell and hit her head in Scarborough's Florida district office.

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