Scarborough: When Trump Says He Doesn’t Know Someone, ‘He’s Lying’

‘Because when he says he knows everything about something, he knows nothing at all’

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SCARBOROUGH: "How beautiful is that, Willie? Somebody suggested last night, after reading this, that Windsor Mann and other people should just put together a book of rules of Donald Trump. That’s a great one, because when he says he knows everything about something, he knows nothing at all."
BRZEZINSKI: "Zero."
SCARBOROUGH: "Windmills? 'Oh, I know everything about this. I bet I know more about, you know, cows left hoofs than anybody in America.' But then when he says he knows nothing, doesn’t know somebody, he’s lying."

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