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Sunday, 19 March 2017 22:44

MSNBC Frets 'Right-Wing Extremist' 'Lunatic' Trump's 'Abhorrent' Ideology

Written by  Brad Wilmouth

On Saturday's AM Joy on MSNBC, during a discussion of the defeat of right-wing politician Geert Wilders's political party in the Netherlands, MSNBC analyst Christopher Dickey derided Donald Trump as a "right-wing extremist" and "lunatic" who is "nuts" as he theorized that Europeans are rejecting such politicians because of the U.S.

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And recurring MSNBC guest and Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin declared that GOP ideology under Trump is "abhorrent" as she declared that "I don't consider myself a Republican any longer."

At 10:37 a.m. ET, after recalling Wilders's electoral defeat in the Netherlands, Dickey -- who is also an editor for the Daily Beast -- derided Trump as he opined on why Wilders lost:

And part of the reason is, not only is he extreme, but he's so closely identified with Donald Trump that I think that people look at Trump in Europe and say, "This guy's nuts running the United States. The last thing we want is a lunatic like that running our country."

After host Joy Reid asked a follow up question wondering how much impact Trump's election as President is having had on European voters, Dickey continued:

I think, when he was elected, I think the first reaction on the far right and among a lot of people was, "Okay, it's all right to elect a right-wing extremist to run a country.

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Jennifer Rubin was a Republican? When was that? If so, she had to be the nuttiest wacked out leftist in the entire Repubic party!

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DID BOTH THEIR VIEWERS COMMENT ON THIS?

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MSNBC is the proof that more funding needs to be devoted to mental health. Never have there been so many seriously deranged people located in a single place: MSNBC. Get them help right now!

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