Scarborough responded to the tweet by claiming the president "is not well".
President Donald Trump seized on NBC's firing of Matt Lauer and took a shot at Joe Scarborough by implying the former Florida Congressman may have something to do with the death of a woman in his district office in 2001.
He then chastised the president's cabinet, saying that they serve America, not President Trump: "You know you don't serve Donald J. Trump, scam developer, scam Trump University proprietor, reality TV show host". Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) said "the president has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability nor some of the competence that he needs to demonstrate in order to be successful". Trump said. "And will they terminate low ratings Joe Scarborough based on the "unsolved mystery" that took place in Florida years ago? This is all we're going to say on the matter".
SCARBOROUGH: When are we supposed to say this, after the first nuclear missile goes? "Is that when it's proper to bring this up in polite society?" He highlighted several news outlets that also questioned Trump's sanity, such as The New York Times and The Washington Post.
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Scarborough's comments come just one day after Trump made a tweet referencing him - specifically, the freakish death of one of his interns while he was still a congressman in 2001.
The president insinuated that "Morning Joe" cohost Joe Scarborough could be a murderer.
Trump himself has not aided his cause and has put forward conspiracy theories and often changed his stands on various issues including questioning the authenticity of the voice that was on the Access Hollywood recordings in which he was heard making sexist remarks.
Section 4 has never been invoked in the 50 years since its ratification, but Scarborough argued that its time has come. Brzezinski called Trump's tweet a violation of "basic moral judgment" in a statement.