During a discussion about Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore, conservative Ed Martin turned the discussion to Ana Navarro personally. She wasn’t having it.
Narvarro began by addressing Moore, but Martin turned to attack her after she alleged that the GOP candidate was a child molester.
“Almost every time you’re on with me, on TV, you make this about me,” Navarro shouted at Martin as he smirked. “I never make it about you. Really, I barely know your name, I have no idea who you are, I never insult you.”
She continued saying that every time she comes on with him “you make it about me, this is not about me.”
Martin interjected to claim he wasn’t making it about her.
“It’s your opinions, your policies,” Martin claimed.
“Ok let me get through my sentence will you!” Navarro talked over Martin.
“This is not about me, it’s about decency and morality,” she continued. “It’s about Republicans and Americans not compromising decency and morality for one vote.”
“Name calling, name calling, you’re name calling Ana!” Martin shot back.
“Decency and morality is name calling? No!” Navarro exclaimed. “Yes I know you smirk and you laugh and that’s your response.”
She then pivoted to say that she doesn’t hold a Hollywood producer to the same standards she would a member of the United States Senate or the president of the United States.
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MSNBC’s Morning Joe can’t wait for Democrats to throw McConnell’s words back in his face
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The "Morning Joe" host -- an ex-Republican -- said Democrats should throw McConnell's words back in his face to make the case for expanding the court if they retake the majority, after Republicans brazenly violated their own precedent to ram through Amy Coney Barrett.
"I love watching stuff like this," Scarborough said. "This is, like, do I need some popcorn? No, I'll tell you why. Every word that Mitch McConnell -- every single word -- and if Democrats have half a brain, and if they're not wimps, they will actually lift that speech word for word and use it when they expand the court to 11 or 12 justices."
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With only seven days ago, the president has been holding two to three rallies per day, which led "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough to ask Heileman if there is a strategy behind the choices the president is making.
"I think the president's in a state of panic," the MSNBC regular asserted. "I think that's the only real answer and I think you see things like -- you guys pointed to in the last hour when you talk about Trump being up in New Hampshire is good example of that kind of panic."