The co-host of the MSNBC show "Morning Joe", Mika Brzezinski, tweeted that she will discuss banning US President Donald Trump from Twitter with the social media giant's CEO, Jack Dorsey, urging Dorsey to respond immediately to how company policies are being "violated every day by President Trump".
MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski lashed out at President Trump on Wednesday.
Brzezinski tweeted at Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, to shut down the president's account, and said that she would be making a phone call to him. In July 2001, a member of his staff, 28-year-old Lori Klausutis, was found dead in the lawmaker's office in Fort Walton Beach. The medical examiner determined her cause of death was accidental, as she hit her head on a desk after fainting due to an undiagnosed cardiac condition.
Miss Klausutis's death was ruled an accident, there was never any suspicion of foul play, and Mr Scarborough was not in Florida at the time.
"Donald, you're a sick person", anchor Mika Brzezinski said on air as she defended her husband. Trump tweeted on Might 12. A total nut job!'
She tweeted that she was going to have a call with Dorsey and Twitter's general counsel Sean Edgett.
"Roger Stone has been treated very unfairly".
Brzezinski and Cooper quickly condemned the president's latest reference to the tragedy on their respective shows on Wednesday. "You're a sick person, for this family to go through this, for their husband to go through this, to do this just because you're mad at Joe, because Joe caught you again today", she said.
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He asked why "guys like Low Ratings Psycho Joe Scarborough are allowed to walk the streets?"
"Donald, you're a sick person", Brzezinski said on "Morning Joe" while defending her husband of two years.
'Twitter, you shouldn't be allowing this, and you should be taking these tweets down, and you should be ashamed of yourself, ' she said. And you can keep tweeting about Joe, but you're just hurting other people.
Brzezinski also hit out at Trump for repeating the conspiracy theory and reminding the Klausutis family of their loved one's death. DISGRACEFUL! Stay tuned, ' Trump wrote, including the Twitter handle of @FoxNews.
What did Trump say and what are the facts?
However, the case the president is apparently referring to is not a cold case.
Brzezinski agreed, saying Trump is exposed to people all the time, and adding it is "really childish" for him to refuse to not wear a mask.