After Slamming Trump’s Speech, Scarborough Says It Could Have Been Reagan in 1984

‘If not in style in content could have been Ronald Reagan in 1984’


SCARBOROUGH: "Again, despite how tedious the speech was through most of it, the end, at least, if not in -- in style in content could have been Ronald Reagan in 1984 talking about upholding western civilization -- and again, quite remarkably talking about the freedom of the press and the very things that he has been criticized, the very values he's been criticized for trampling at home, he actually champions in Poland and let us hope that it sends a positive message to our allies, because we are now hearing it from the president of the United States and not James Mattis."

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