Joe Scarborough Renounces Republican Party On Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Joe Scarborough Renounces Republican Party On Late Show With Stephen Colbert

After "Morning Joe" played the clip of Scarborough's announcement, co-host and fiancée Mika Brzezinski said, "That's big".

"They've gotten so far into the bubble, I guess they've dug so far down low into the bunker that this is not Nixon in '73, this is Nixon in the summer of '74", he said.

"Time and time and time again, they turn the other way". And you have to ask yourself, what exactly is the Republican party willing to do?

Trump has returned fire via social media calling Scarborough "psycho Joe" and taking shots at Mika's appearance, saying she had plastic surgery done on her face. "How much of this country and their values are they willing to sell out?" You can't blame Scarborough for what his co-host Mika Brzezinski says about the president, but he is sometimes identified with her positions.

He wrote on Twitter: 'I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don't watch anymore).

Scarborough and Brzezinski were previously supportive of Trump during the election, but have become increasingly critical since he took office.

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Afterward Trump's son-in-law and senior aide Jared Kushner reportedly pressured Scarborough and Brzezinski to soften their coverage of Trump's administration or the National Enquirer would run a gossip article about their relationship. "Crazy Mika." Trump also claimed that Brzezinski "was bleeding badly from a facelift" when she visited Mar-a-Lago a year ago.

Scarborough explained that the Republican Party had betrayed its core values. Now, Scarborough said, he is in over his head.

"I think it's inexplicable", Scarborough answered.

"It's a shame there are so few Republicans speaking truth to power", he tweeted.

"This was being discussed before the Trump remarks were made, and that incident did not have any effect on the deal itself or the subject matter for the books", a source told the Post.

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