President Trump's wiretap tweets struck an emotional chord with MSNBC's Mika Brzezinksi. The morning anchor fought back tears as she told viewers that "we are all really nervous" about what the Trump Administration is going to do.
"This is not funny," Brzezinski told her audience. "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."
The host also issued a direct appeal to Trump's staff, asking them how they can look at themselves in the mirror.
"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."
Moments later, Brzezinkski returned with another warning. "They are pushing a very dangerous agenda," she said of the Trump Administration. "An extremely dangerous one."