It seems ex-President Donald Trump has once again set his sights on his old arch-enemies, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” host, Joe Scarborough, and his “psycho wife” Mika Brzezinski — after the MSNBC hosts dared to publicly criticize Donald Trump’s recent interview.
Recently, the one-term, twice-impeached president sat down for an interview with the Right-wing network Real American Voice, where Donald essentially called in a favor with his favorite Russian dictator, despite the raging war he’s lodged against Ukraine, asking Vladimir Putin to publicly release any dirt he may have on President Biden’s family, and specifically on Biden’s son, Hunter.
Scarborough and Brzezinski dared to cover this treasonous call to action by the ex-president and apparently, this didn’t sit well with Donnie.
In a statement published to Twitter by his spokeswoman Liz Harrington, as Trump himself still doesn’t have access to social media after his indefinite bans, the former guy effectively flew off the handle in a fit of rage at the MSNBC hosts.
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“I hear that VERY low-rated ‘Morning Joe’ and his psycho wife, Mika, think that I should not be asking Russia what the $3.5 million that Hunter and Joe got from the Mayor of Moscow’s wife was for,” Trump fumed in the new statement. “In time, Russia may be willing to give that information.”
President Donald J. Trump:
“hear that VERY low-rated “Morning Joe” and his psycho wife, Mika, think that I should not be asking Russia what the $3.5 million that Hunter and Joe got from the Mayor of Moscow’s wife was for. In time, Russia may be willing to give that… pic.twitter.com/Rb6b9PquIM
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) March 30, 2022
Trump has, of course, been very heavily peddling the conspiracy theory that President Joe Biden raked in a hefty $3.5 million off the wife of the mayor of Moscow.
A CNN fact-check has completely wiped out this notion, “A partisan investigation conducted by Senate Republicans, whose report was released this month, alleged that Elena Baturina, a Russian businesswoman and the wife of late Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov, sent $3.5 million in 2014 to a firm called Rosemont Seneca Thornton, and that the payment was identified as a ‘consultancy agreement.’ The report did not provide any further details about the transaction.”
Trump continues to claim that the Biden family was working for the firm, but it boils down to a name mix up between an investment firm Biden co-founded called Rosemont Seneca Advisors and Rosemont Seneca Thornton. As is customary with all of Trump’s unhinged conspiracy theories, he has yet to provide even a shred of proof to back up his clearly false claims.
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