Look in the mirror."The talk show’s namesake star also quoted Trump’s new campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, tweeting, “He doesn’t hurl personal insults and he regrets causing personal pain based on things that he has said.” The billionaire businessman used to have a friendly relationship with Morning Joe and regularly called into the show during the GOP primary, but the cohosts have became increasingly critical of Trump.
Earlier this month, Scarborough told the Republican party to dump Trump as its candidate.
"It's been fascinating and frightening and really sad for our country," she said on the programme.
The Real Radio Hatemongers reveals research dating back as far as 2007 of slander against conservatives on liberal talk radio that has gone largely unchecked and even ignored by the media.
Hosts such as Mike Malloy and Ed Schultz are among this group of true hatemongers who have typified slander against conservative radio talk show hosts, Republican members of Congress, and the GOP as a whole.
Alexandria, VA - In a special report released today, the Media Research Center (MRC) reveals the vile and vicious members of left-wing talk radio and their record of hatemongering.
While the media continue to ignore these accounts, they contrastingly continue to accuse and attack conservatives.
Wishing for the death of Michele Bachmann and Rush Limbaugh goes ignored by the so-called 'news' media. The media must tell the truth about these vile offenders, else they participate in outright hypocrisy."Click here to view the full report, The Real Radio Hatemongers.
Accusing conservatives of wishing to kill President Barack Obama goes ignored as well.
@morningmika is off the wall, a neurotic and not very bright mess!
”He then implied that Brzezinski, 49, and Scarborough, 53, who are both recently divorced, were having a long-term affair, and threatened to spill personal details about the pair in the future. Brzezinski and her husband of 23 years, James Hoffer, quietly divorced earlier this year, according to Page Six.
Earlier on Monday, the show mocked a speech he made over the weekend as sounding “like he’s had a lot to drink.”But the show has also taken shots at Trump’s Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, over the private email server she used while in office, as well as her family foundation’s acceptance of donations from foreign countries with poor human rights records.“I don’t like when people hurl personal insults,” Kellyanne Conway told ABC News’ “This Week.” “That will never be my style, I’m a mother of four small children, it would be a terrible example for me to feel otherwise ...