REPORT: MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough ripped for false claim about White House presser

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MSNBC host Joe Scarborough was slammed on social media for falsely claiming that “no doctors” were present at Monday’s White House press briefing on the coronavirus outbreak.

Scarborough was among many media personalities on Twitter who quickly noticed that Dr. Anthony Fauci, a prominent figure in the White House’s coronavirus task force, was missing from the briefing. The liberal TV personality quickly concluded that the briefing wasn’t necessary.

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“There is no public benefit to this briefing. The networks should all cut away,” Scarborough tweeted. “Bland pronouncements, the repeating of catch phrases daily, bad medical advice. No science, no doctors, no Fauci. Just Trump’s Roy Cohn.”

However, many were quick to point out that he was wrong, there was indeed a doctor there – Dr. Deborah Birx.

Greta Van Susteren tweeted, “[email protected] , tell your network to cut away if you want but maybe some people DO want to watch…why should you be in charge of what people can / can not watch?”

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