MSNBC host calls Twitter in hopes of getting Donald Trump's account removed

Brzezinski is enraged over Trump's tweets that assert that Roger Stone has been treated unfairly, and that her co-host,"Psycho Joe" Scarborough, is still allowed to walk the streets freely.

The co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Mika Brzezinski has announced that she reached out to Twitter in the hopes of getting Donald Trump removed from the platform.

Brzezinski is enraged over Trump's tweets that assert that Roger Stone has been treated unfairly, and that her co-host,"Psycho Joe" Scarborough, is still allowed to walk the streets freely.

Trump is referring to the allegation that Scarborough, who is a former US representative for Florida, was somehow involved in the death of one of his interns in 2001, who died after falling and hitting her head while working in his Florida office.

Lori Klausutis' official cause of death was chalked up to an undiagnosed heart arrhythmia.

This is not the first time the president tweeted about Scarborough having a hand in the death of the intern 19 years ago.

On May 4, Trump tweeted this out:

And again on May 12:

On Wednesday, Brzezinski, while discussing the president's comments on the success of COVID-19 testing in the US, digressed to tell her viewers that Trump is "tweeting conspiracy theories about Joe, falsely accusing him of murder."

She went on to say that she was going to take a moment of "personal privilege," in calling Trump a sick person and that he is saying what he is out of revenge.

She continued by saying Trump had not only failed in dealing with the pandemic, but that he has, "in fact, made it worse. And that you [Trump] make it worse every day."

"And that you won't even wear a mask to protect people from your germs."

In one tweet, she addressed Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and suggested that he should be taking these tweets down, adding that Twitter should remove the president from the platform.