Ted Cruz and Joe Scarborough argue over who sold out more on Donald Trump
Composite image of Ted Cruz and Joe Scarborough (screengrab)

On Friday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and MSNBC's Joe Scarborough got into a fight over who sold out their values more shamefully in the Trump era.


The argument began with Cruz accusing him of forwarding a "fraudulent" story from Jimmy Kimmel.

Scarborough shot back, reminding Cruz of how he used to be anti-Trump and then groveled and did his bidding even though he had personally insulted his family.

Cruz, uncowed, accused Scarborough of spending the 2016 election cycle chasing Trump for ratings.

At this point, Scarborough's fellow host Chris Hayes cut in to express his amazement that this is what a U.S. senator was spending his time doing.