MSNBC anchor Mika Brzezinski said Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has agreed to meet with her about Donald Trump's tweets. Now Mika has going straight to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to get Trump's Twitter account taken down for violating the company's policies, especially when it comes to spreading lies and risky disinformation.
Trump is referring to the allegation that Scarborough, who is a former United States 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. On May 12 Trump tweeted, "When will they open a Cold Case on the Psycho Joe Scarborough matter in Florida". Trump tweeted on Wednesday.
And I'll just say I'll take a point of personal privilege here, that's sick, Donald you're a sick person! "And when he doesn't do that, because he doesn't think it is manly, or because he doesn't want the press - I guess he said he didn't want the press to get a picture of him wearing a mask - he sends a message to voters in MI and across the country, 'I don't give a damn about you'".
Mika called Trump a "cruel, sick, disgusting person" on the air after he tweeted, "Roger Stone has been treated very unfairly".
Brzezinski suggested that Trump is attacking her husband because he "speaks the truth" about the president's "lack of ability to handle this massive human catastrophe".
She died in 2001 at the office after falling and hitting her head.
Brzezinski took offense to the president's hypothesis on whether or not Scarborough was instantly concerned within the case.
She went on to say that she was going to take a moment of "personal privilege", in calling Trump a sick person and that he is saying what he is out of revenge. 'Did he get away with murder?
Miss Klausutis's death was ruled an accident, there was never any suspicion of foul play, and Mr Scarborough was not in Florida at the time. Why did he leave Congress so quietly and quickly? And Scarborough was in Washington, DC, at the time of her death. "A total nut job!" However U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled in April that although the forewoman had made social media postings critical of Trump and had once run for Congress as a Democrat, the claim that she could not be impartial about Stone 'is not supported by any facts or data and it is contrary to controlling legal precedent'.
However, the case the president is apparently referring to is not a cold case.
"Morning Joe" then put up an image of Trump wearing a mask at the Ford plant, and Brzezinski stated, "Is this weakness? No".