This is journalism? In the video below, MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle went off the rails in an interview with Anthony Scaramucci. She used over-the-top language to question the possibility of teamwork among former Trump officials after former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci suggested Steve Bannon needs to “knock it off.”

“What you need to do is get the team working, right? You need to create a level of functionality among the teammates,” Scaramucci said. “For me, I don’t–I don’t necessarily feel vindicated as much as I’d like Steve to knock it off and rejoin the team.”

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“Hold on, when you said ‘rejoin the team’ what does that mean?” Ruhle asked.

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“I think that he [Bannon] has a voice in the Republican party and I think he needs to knock it off, okay?” Scaramucci said. “Let’s work for the president and knock it off.”

“You said six months ago that you think Steve Bannon tries to suck his own penis. And now you’re saying he should get on board, get on the team?”

It’s hard to believe it’s possible but this is a new low for Stephanie Ruhle and MSNBC…


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