President Trump Tees off on Joe Scarborough, Gives Him a New Nickname

President Trump came out firing on Tuesday morning. After taking on the New York Times and Paul Krugman, President Trump tees off on Joe Scarborough of Morning Joe on MSNBC. He even gave him a nickname and it’s hilarious.

First President Trump tipped his cap to Fox and Friends on on Fox News, his preferred morning television viewing. He talked about how they have the best ratings, by far, and mentioned how Morning Joe has nosedived. Oh and about that nickname:

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Of course they mentioned President Trump on Morning Joe. They forgot to mention the part where President Trump gave them credit for his rise in the polls:

Alright, this is hilarious:

Will there be shirts and hats with Psycho Joe on them? There’s a good chance:

Of course the liberal media is triggered:

Oliver Darcy is mad about how many times President Trump has tweeted in the past 24 hours. Shouldn’t he be focused on the tanking ratings for his network and be finding a way to improve them?

It’s great how the media tries to stick together when President Trump is picking them apart. Maybe Oliver Darcy is hopeful he can get a viral nickname like his buddy Psycho Joe.

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