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‘Morning Joe’ Fights Back & President Responds To Joe Scarborough’s National Enquirer Charge

UPDATE with Trump tweet President Donald Trump is calling Morning Joe “fake news”  – or, rather, “FAKE NEWS!”. In a tweet responding to a charge made on today’s Morning Joe, the president says it was Scarborough who called him to kill a National Enquirer story. “I said no! Bad show”. As is often the case with the president’s tweets, he might have said more than he intended: Trump see
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