Morning Joe had Michael Wolff on this morning to talk about God only knows what, and it seems when Wolff denied that he had implied Nikki Haley had an affair with Trump, Mika got all sorts of bent out of shape, shut him down and went to commercial.
‘I’m sorry, this is awkward,’ she said.
“I’m sorry, this is awkward. You’re on the set with us. But we’re done.” – @morningmika to @MichaelWolffNYC as she abruptly goes to break after Wolff says he didn’t imply an affair between @realDonaldTrump and @nikkihaley.
— Jonathan Allen (@jonallendc) February 1, 2018
Michael Wolff was obviously not happy about Mika’s behavior.
— Kevin Rhyne (@realKevinRhyne) February 1, 2018
The tweet that says, ‘My bad, the President was right about Mika,’ absolutely cracked us up. Watching these people eat their own is always good fun.
And you’ll have to forgive us if we don’t buy Mika’s outrage over the supposed accusations against Nikki Haley, considering she and Joe have been ‘feeding’ these types of people for months (years). They’re a little bit like Doctor Frankenstein and they’ve lost control of their monster:
The faux outrage from Mika and Joe this morning is a bit much. They were all ears when they had Wolff on about the book when it came out. Once again, they ignore their own complicity it legitimizing garbage people until it’s no longer a good look. Please.
— Andrea Ruth? (@AndreaNRuth) February 1, 2018
What she said.
It was a BS segment designed to showcase Mika as tough.
— April Snow (@april_s22) February 1, 2018
BS segment is putting it nicely.
They deserve each other, I mean thay for every possible interpretation
— Jason Bisnoff (@JBisnoff) February 1, 2018
It reminds us of their behavior around Trump. She and Joe spent months building Trump up, supporting him even, and then they decided he was a bad idea for the country?
Whatever Mika. Spare us the phony outrage
— serena5401 (@serena5401) February 1, 2018
She has zero credibility as a champion of women, btw.
— Maria1200 (@mariaso1200) February 1, 2018
Convenient outrage is so 2017, Mika.