“No one wants to hear from the man who wanted the death penalty to come back for the Central Park Five.”
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“Couldn’t President Trump’s attorneys immediately depose Joe Scarborough?”
“So why is it OK for you to do it?” Ed Henry asked the press secretary on Thursday.
Carlson was singing a far different tune during armed anti-lockdown protests, declaring that “we’re allowed to disagree with what our leaders do however we like.”
Limbaugh claimed that the president was peddling false accusations because he wants to agitate “holier-than-thou journalists.”
While the president continues to push a debunked murder conspiracy about an MSNBC host, despite pleas from a dead woman’s family, some Republicans have gone after Trump.
“One-hundred thousand people died, Joe, and all you did was try to help your friend, the president. Every single morning on this show,” Sorkin yelled at one point.
“No, no, he doesn’t have the guts to say, I don’t care what they think because this serves my political purposes.”
“It’s Joe Scarborough that has to answer these questions,” the White House press secretary responded at one point, citing a 2003 cable-news clip.
“The View” host added that she was “very disheartened” by the scenes of crowded parties because she just wants to be able to buy a crib and visit her father’s grave this summer.