Joe Scarborough is angry. He goes off on Obama for bashing Fox News during a Georgetown University panel discussion.
“I really don’t know where to start. At a bipartisan summit you decide to attack a cable news channel as the problem,” Scarborough said. “Saying that Roger Ailes’ network calls people leeches, sponges, and lazy, that, first of all — at a summit that’s supposed to bring both sides together on poverty, is stunning to me.”
“Secondly — and I guess this is the problem — Barack Obama says if we are to change the way that John Boehner and Mitch McConnell think, then we have to change — change the way they think? Is he really the sole arbiter of what is right and just? Is he the only one who cares about the poor?” Scarborough asked.
“The arrogance to say if we are to change the way our opponents think — you know what? Maybe he needs the change the way he thinks,” he continued. “The arrogance of it all is staggering.”
“I’m a little embarrassed for him,” Scarborough added.
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