TV hosts in Trump feud claim threat

TV hosts in Trump feud claim threat

In their article, Brzezinski and Scarborough, a former Republican congressman, expressed their concern about Mr Trump's "unrelenting assault on women", following his previous clashes with a female journalist and a former Miss Universe, as well as his boast about groping women.

Now that we know that's not the whole story we must wonder whether they have been publicly settling some private scores of their own. "I kind of wanted to keep that to myself, '" she said, referring to the procedure she had undergone to tighten the skin under her neck.

Nevertheless, Rivera believes that Trump "went too far and he should recognize this ... he went too far, the president should apologize to this woman". A business associate of Pecker told The New Yorker that Pecker had said "very bluntly that he had killed all sorts of stories for Trump", and Pecker himself acknowledged that he views potential stories "bashing Trump" as "bashing American Media" - the Enquirer's parent company - because Trump is "a personal friend". "I said no!" Trump wrote in a series of tweets.

"Word is that @Greta Van Susteren was let go by her out of control bosses at @NBC & @Comcast because she refused to go along w/ 'Trump hate!'" he tweeted.

"The guy who is in the White House now is not the guy we know", Scarborough said. The calls kept coming and kept coming.

'That would be news to me, ' he said of Scarborough and Brzezinski's claims.

Thursday's incident wasn't the first time Trump had used Twitter to insult Brzezinski.




Trump acknowledged something was going on when he tweeted about Scarborough that, "He called me to stop a National Enquirer article".

Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski has now drawn First Lady Melania Trump into her feud with the President.

The National Enquirer did run a story about their relationship on June 5, 2017, nearly a month after they confirmed their engagement and dished about their love story to Vanity Fair. "They were threatening. They were calling my children".

Scarborough later tweeted that he had phone and text messages from presidential aides to prove his point, and that he hasn't spoken to Trump in many months.

While Trump's tweets spurred a hefty amount of backlash and criticism even among members of his own party, Brzezinski reiterated Trump's comments had done little, if anything, to hurt her.

Kushner said, you probably should talk to my father-in-law, the president.

According to anonymous White House sources, Scarborough reached out to Kushner for "advice" regarding the National Enquirer story, to which Kushner "recommended he speak with the president". And also in order to, as he said told The New Yorker's Jeffrey Toobin for a story published this week, in order to appeal to their audience, which they see as older, tend to be white, tend to be in the middle of the country.

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