Morning Joe just got personal and roasted “short, fat, little” Trump in scathing segment

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Former Trump toady and MSNBC host Joe Scarborough laid into the president this morning on his show, comparing him to the titular fraudster in the Wizard of Oz for his betrayal of his Midwest supporters when it comes to his wild promises of economic revival.

As the president prepares to unveil yet another aid package for the Middle America farmers suffering under the weight of his reckless trade wars, Joe Scarborough wondered when will “those voters discover that this billionaire, this plutocrat, is nothing more than the short, fat little man behind the curtain in ‘The Wizard of Oz?’”

Indeed, it has been remarkable and mystifying to watch the president retain his core of support no matter what he says or does, despite all of the “broken promises” and “personal failings” that he shows not an iota of regret or contrition for.

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The jobs that men like Donald Trump shipped overseas are not coming back anytime soon, and many of them don’t even exist at all anymore — but somehow that still hasn’t managed to put any cracks in Trump’s very white and very “Christian” voter coalition. While the economy appears to be humming along healthily for the people at the very top, that bounty is once again failing to trickle down to the working American. It’s clear that the key to stopping Trump in 2020 will be to take the teeth of out of his drastically overexaggerated economic achievements, most of which has little to do with him in the first place.

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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