MSNBC host calls Twitter in hopes of getting Donald Trump's account removed

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 23, 2020

Good morning joe Co-host Mika Brzezinski said a call is being made between her and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey after she asked why President Donald Trump's tweets were still allowed on the platform.

As of late Wednesday, neither Dorsey nor Twitter General Counsel Sean Edgett had posted any messages confirming plans to speak with Brzezinksi or her employees.

Trump is referring to the allegation that Scarborough, who is a former USA representative for Florida, was somehow involved in the death of one of his interns in 2001, who died after falling and hitting her head while working in his Florida office.

Trump on Wednesday had puzzled in a tweet why Scarborough was "allowed to walk the streets" and added, "Open Cold Case!" "You're really a cruel, sick, disgusting person".

"Donald, you're a sick person", Brzezinski said on "Morning Joe" while defending her husband of two years.

Scarborough earlier addressed Trump on MSNBC, commenting on the conspiracy theory and recommending that the president "take care of himself" and "maybe let Mike Pence" take over handling the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, noting that Trump's tweets cause pain to families "who've already lost a loved one".

She said he's apparently trying to get his revenge on Joe for Joe speaks the truth about Trump's lack of potential to handle the human catastrophe. "And of course, you're hurting yourself".

Brzezinski took offense to the president's hypothesis on whether or not Scarborough was instantly concerned within the case.

Police found no foul play and a medical examiner established Klausutis had suffered an acute subdural hematoma, or blood clot, ruling her death accidental. Last week he had tweeted, "Did he get away with murder?" Why did he leave Congress so quietly and quickly?

It was an apparent attempt to suggest different standards of justice for his friends and his enemies - although the death dates back to 2001, when Scarborough was a conservative Republican congressman. "A total nut job!"

'In both cases, the department undercut the work of career employees to protect an ally of the president, an abdication of the commitment to equal justice under the law, ' he wrote in an op-ed.

Authorities determined Klausutis died after losing consciousness from an abnormal heart rhythm, before collapsing and striking her head.

After Mr Trump's tweet about the matter on 12 May, Mr Scarborough said live on air: "Why don't you turn off the television, and why don't you start working, OK?"

Mr Trump was the most high-profile supporter of the bogus "birther" theory that former President Barack Obama was born in Kenya and ineligible for the presidency.

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