MSNBC's 'Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough returned on Friday and immediately jumped all over Donald Trump for comments he made at his New Hampshire rally on Thursday night where he labeled a protester as "overweight" as he was being escorted out by security.
Sharing a clip from the rally, Scarborough smirked at the obvious problem -- among other things -- of Trump fat-shaming another person.
"My question is this," Scarborough began while speaking to Morning Joe regular Wille Geist. "If we were not a show built on love, would we not point out that the guy fat-shaming somebody in the audience probably a lot closer to 300 pounds than what [White House] Dr. Ronnie Jackson would want the rest of us to think?"
"You might say something like that," Geist replied. " He does have a weird obsession when he insults people with obviously cosmetic obsession. but particularly with weight. Remember he thought perhaps the people hacking into our election system putting Facebook ads up was a 400-pound guy on his bed in New Jersey. He's got that -- that seems to be top of mind when he's insulting people."
"Yeah, I just don't know if that was where I'd go if I were Trump," Scarborough replied with a smile on his face.