President Trump has been shamed by Joe Scarborough from the Morning Joe show. He has completely gone off the wall to demand that Trump is not well and that Mike Pence needs to take over for a week or so.
Scarborough is a complete nut. Obviously President Trump is not very happy. He just said the Lori Klausutis Death needs to be looked into deeper because it is exceptionally fishy with how she ended up passing away.
Scarborough may have something he's hiding if he's getting so worked up over Trump's comment.
According to The Daily Mail:
The president is demanding Scarborough's employer, Comcast, look into the situation surrounding Lori Klausutis' death. Comcast owns NBCUniversal Media, which includes NBC News and MSNBC.
Klausutis died in 2001 at age 28 while she was an intern for Scarborough after falling and hitting her head at his Florida district office.
Local authorities later revealed that Klausutis had an undiagnosed heart condition that led to the complications that led to her death, and the official cause of death was attributed to an arrhythmia.
He then launched an attack on Trump's overall response to the COVID-19 outbreak from downplaying the threat in January to April, when Scarorough claimed Trump said the virus would 'just go away' and not come back in the fall.
'Mr. President, you're getting worse everyday. You need to take a rest,' Scarborough theorized.
'You need to let Mike Pence actually run things for the next couple of weeks and come back when you're feeling a little better,' he reiterated. 'And when you can really, actually focus on your job, because you just can't do that right now. And Americans are dying everyday because of it.'
The president has referenced the case about Klausutis in the past, when just over a year after Trump was elected he questioned if the 'unsolved mystery' would ever be reinvestigated when talking about other media scandals.
'So now that Matt Lauer is gone when will the Fake News practitioners at NBC be terminating the contract of Phil Griffin? And will they terminate low ratings Joe Scarborough based on the 'unsolved mystery' that took place in Florida years ago? Investigate!' he tweeted in November 2017, referencing Scarborough and MSNBC President Phil Griffin.
Nevertheless, Scarborough is out of line to state that our President isn't well because of a comment.
He definitely has Democratic tendencies so I don't blame Trump for disliking the man and his crazy partner in the show.