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Trump Continues Linking Joe Scarborough to Intern’s Death Despite Husband’s Protests

President Trump and White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany declined to back away from tweets President Trump issued suggesting MSNBC host Joe Scarborough killed an intern who worked for the then-congressman in the summer of 2001.

Her death was ruled an accident, and her widower husband has asked Twitter to take down Trump’s tweets. Twitter has refused.

Here are a couple of the tweets, as well as appearances today by Trump and McEnany.

This is the appearance in the Imus show in which Scarborough joked about the intern’s death.

5 thoughts on “Trump Continues Linking Joe Scarborough to Intern’s Death Despite Husband’s Protests”

  1. I wish there was a way that President Trump could pay back the MSM who have been lying about him for years.

    I don’t think this is the right issue to push — though usually if Trump says something, he has evidence to back it up.

  2. I always wondered why there was no investigation of this crime. Seems like it should have been. I remember hearing about it. Joe knows what happened;)

  3. Trumps tweets only elevate the meager ratings that Joe S. is mired in. Let him be, Morning Joe is pathetic…nobody watches him except the people who hate the President any way… why bother, it does not help.

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    1. So this group of people that were not going to vote for Trump are not REALLY not going to vote for Trump.

      Have a term with Neville Chamberlin Biden and you’ll see that this ‘failing’ of Trump was really his strength!

      As Lincoln said of Grant and Schlender says of Trump, “I can’t spare this man – He fights!”

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