Scarborough: ‘Trump’s Defining Moment’ Was Obama’s ‘Perceived Tepid Response to Paris’
SCARBOROUGH: "Wow. I didn’t know that. So what do you do after you dunk the ball and shatter the back board. Do you walk off the court?"
GEIST: "That’s what Chaq used to do."
SCARBOROUGH: "I’m surprised what we were saying June 16, 17, and 18. We called it and said not because it’s good, not because it’s right, not because it’s bad but we saw it coming, the establishment didn’t and now they’re shocked."
BRZEZINSKI: "I think it’s because through tons of different work-related events and apprentice appearances and pageant, we have known him."
WALLACE: "Kate Steinle, when she was killed in San Francisco, the girl who was killed in the country illegally and San Francisco is a sanctuary city, I remember feeling the whole thing change, he was so right about something so visceral and then an event, and campaigns always turn on events. They always turn on events and as we’ve said here and we said it after SCARBOROUGH: "Paris, that was a defining moment. Donald Trump’s defining moment was Barack Obama’s perceived tepid response to Paris."
WALLACE: "And San Bernardino."
SCARBOROUGH: "Willie, the one thing we did since August is we kept pointing at the day saying it’s August, September, October. And you kept saying why do they keep telling him to drop out of the race?"