The host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe Scarborough called Democratic Presidential candidates 2020 on Wednesday to make stupid decisions during Tuesday’s debate and attack each other instead of focusing on President Donald Trump.
Scarborough, a former Republican Congressman, declared on MSNBC, ”It’s really shocking the decisions young Democratic candidates have made politically shocking in the last six to eight months.
”Many of them decided in the first two or three discussions that attacking Barack Obama on health care and immigration was a good move. Just stupid. The guy has a 90% approval rating. And very few of them caught the attention of the people Donald Trump, he continued. ”I’m sorry to say this, but, you know, the first time I went there it was like eleven people in the field.
Do you think I’ve ever mentioned any of those names? No. I ran against Bill Clinton. It was 1994. You ask me a question about another candidate. I talked about Bill Clinton. You asked ma a Question. Whatever it was, it all want back to Bill Clinton.
”Here we are at a major stage where, I will say, the framework of Madisonian democracy is at risk. America is in danger of standing in the world, I mean, our government and everything we believe they and Democrats are debating what someone said on the telephone two years ago.” Concluded Scarborough.
”The kids are watching the show this morning so I can’t tell you what I think. All I can just say is that it’s a messed up, and to paraphrase George W. Bush, one of the great quotes of all time, ‘That’s some weird stuff.”