MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski melted down Monday morning in response to the president's accusation that President Obama spied on him. Brzezinski also admonished Trump staffers and ask how they are able to "look in the mirror" after this.
"The people who are closest to him, who are always there, are not teaching him anything about what is going to happen if you do A, B, or C," Brzezinski said, seemingly referring to Stephen K. Bannon. "They are pushing a strange far-right agenda that is going to threaten everything that this president might want to do, if he has any positive intentions."
"You have to look in the mirror and think about this country after this is over," she urged.
"This is not funny," Brzezinski said. "This is really bad. Just for the record, we are all really nervous. So if people out there feel nervous, we do too. We don’t think this is funny."
"It looks like he is trying to deflect from something much bigger, probably pertaining to Russia at this point," Brzezinski surmised.
MIKA BRZEZINSKI: We are at a low point in American history and I don't know how anybody can defend this president, even if it's their job. Like you've got to have a job after this. You've got to look in the mirror after this. Sarah Huckabee or whoever is speaking out next.
You have to look in the mirror and think about this country after this is over. You need to think of the end game here, because there isn't one at the rate we are going.