President Trump used the news of NBC's firing of Today host Matt Lauer to promote a freaky conspiracy theory that Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough had something to do with the death of a woman who worked for him in 2001.
"So now tha (sic) Matt Lauer is gone when will the Fake News practitioners at NBC be terminating the contract of Phil Griffin?".
The president referred to the matter only obliquely as "the unsolved mystery that took place in Florida years ago" and appeared to imply, without citing any additional evidence, that there was foul play that might justify Scarborough's termination at MSNBC.
Scarborough responded to Trump's attacks Wednesday morning, tweeting that the president was "not well". "But when will the top executives at NBC & Comcast be fired for putting out so much Fake News". Check out Andy Lack's past!' Trump wrote, without providing further explanation.
The "mystery" involving the left-wing Scarborough's dead intern, Lori Klausutis, is one of those things that has been floating around the Internet for quite a while now; something whispered about, something rarely spoken of out loud.
In July of 2001, Lori Klausutis was just 28-years-old when she was found dead in Scarborough's congressional district office.
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Trump and Scarborough have been locked in an on-going feud, with POTUS often calling his Morning Joe program and network home to be fake news.
Medical Examiner Dr. Michael Berkland told the St. Petersburg Times that Klausutis lost consciousness because of an abnormal heart rhythm and fell, hitting her head on a desk, which caused her death. She was alone in the office at the time.
Scarborough resigned from Congress shortly thereafter.
On Tuesday, Scarborough decided that his tweets about Trump should be about "policy and not personality". They are simply not used to a Republican who fights back.
Scarborough himself has reacted angrily when the conspiracy theory has popped up on several occasions, blasting the "libelous charge" when a Vanity Fair journalist brought it up. Scarborough doesn't like it when people do this and it's a safe bet that Trump knows that.
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