Watch Sean Hannity’s Montage Of ‘Morning Joe’ Meltdowns Over Trump

Watch Sean Hannity’s Montage Of ‘Morning Joe’ Meltdowns Over Trump

Sean Hannity called out MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” for his “dose of hate” against President Donald Trump.

During his rally in Iowa Wednesday night, Trump praised the abilities of chief economic adviser Gary Cohn and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.

Trump said that he loves all people – rich or poor – but said that he preferred rich, successful people in those key economic positions.

“Morning Joe” host Mika Brzezinski was appalled by Trump’s remarks, while political analyst Elise Jordan called them “twisted.”

Hannity said this was far from the first time the “Morning Joe” hosts and guests melted down over the Trump presidency, and he played a montage to prove it, Fox News reported.
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The clips included host Joe Scarborough calling Trump everything from a “schmuck” to a “thug” to a “goon” to “Vladimir Putin’s hostage.”

In another segment, Brzezinski said top White House aide Kellyanne Conway should stop appearing on television because it’s “politics porn.”

She also suggested that Trump is “unfit mentally” to be commander-in-chief.

“It seems the stress of the Trump presidency now is really beginning to drag them down, and I’m beginning to see way too many emotional breakdowns every day,” Hannity said.

President Trump is right – they pick apart everything he says and report it as fake news.


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