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Joe Scarborough Admits Trump’s Doing A Good Job, Tells Viewers To Help POTUS Beat Virus: Do Everything To Help Trump Succeed




MSNBC host Joe Scarborough dropped his feud, or suspended it, with President Trump and asked his viewers to help Trump beat the virus.
The one-time Trump friend who turned vicious critic told his audience to drop the bickering and help “we have to do everything we can do to make sure this president succeeds.”
That is good to see and while Scarborough did take a few shots at Trump and prefaced his support by saying he hoped Trump would continue with the same tone, it is a good first step for the media who make too much money spewing Trump hate to think of the consequences.
Scarborough said he was impressed with how Trump’s performance has evolved and said yesterday’s stunning press conference was “a new beginning.”
One hopes the rest of the media agrees and other liberals so we can unite and defeat this virus. “We only have one president at a time,” he said.
“We are all joined together as a country, fighting an epidemic that could end up — let me say this again, based on the study that got to the White House yesterday — kill more people, kill more Americans than died in World War II, World War I, the Civil War, and Vietnam.”
He asked all Americans “to work together – I am hopeful that the White House and that the President continues this somber approach.”
Scarborough said:
“While this press conference was going on, I got phone calls from several people, saying who is that man at the press conference? The president was sober. He actually did what a president is supposed to do. He delivered the bad news.
This was a president even talking about, saying to his son, when asked how it was, he said, it’s bad, it’s bad. But hopefully, we can avoid the worst-case scenarios and bring this in for a landing and have the best-case scenarios. The president is doing what, at least I have said, and I think a lot of other people have said he should be doing from the very beginning, and that is, tell the truth. Give Americans the worst-case scenario. They can handle it. And start from there.
If you’ve watched the for more than ten minutes over the last three-and-a-half years, you understand we’re critical about just everything the president does. But Mika, as Jon Meacham said, I’m going to pull out Jon’s World War II analogy, and us being a position a Brit was. We are all joined together as a country, fighting an epidemic that could end up — let me say this again. Based on the study that got to the White House yesterday — kill more people, kill more Americans, than died in World War I, World War II, the Civil War, and Vietnam.
We all have to work together. I am hopeful that the White House and that the president continues this somber approach. Because, you know, at the beginning of this administration, when we had a lot of leaders, like, well, your father, Robert Gates, others, all said, we only have one president at a time. We have to do everything we can do to make sure this president succeeds. Well, obviously, this president has made that very difficult over the past three years. I’m hopeful that yesterday was a new beginning, especially as it pertains to this battle that we’re all facing.”


MSNBC's Joe Scarborough praises President Trump's Monday coronavirus task force press conference.




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