Sean Hannity Rips MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough: ‘Focus on Getting Your Horrific Ratings Up’

Sean Hannity took to Twitter to mock MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough after the “Morning Joe” co-host criticized Trump advisor Stephen Miller.

“Joe why don’t you focus on getting your horrific ratings up,” the Fox News host tweeted late Sunday. “They totally suck. And I’ll take Steve Miller on my team over u any day.”

Miller appeared on numerous talk shows on Sunday to defend Trump’s travel ban and criticize the court that ruled against it. Scarborough, who has had a bizarre on-again, off-again relationship with Trump throughout the last two years, mocked Miller’s performance on Twitter before Hannity chimed in.

Joe why don’t you focus on getting your horrific ratings up. They totally suck. And I’ll take Steve Miller on my team over u any day. https://t.co/9FKBvpYRXp

Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) February 13, 2017

Joe maybe it’s time we start talking about who you really are. What do you think? https://t.co/9FKBvpYRXp

Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) February 13, 2017

Steve Miller works 18 hour days serving the country and the @POTUS What do you do? Basically talk to yourself & @morningmika Nobody watches! https://t.co/9FKBvpYRXp

Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) February 13, 2017

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In the month of January, “Hannity” averaged 3.1 million viewers while “Morning Joe” averaged 625,000. But Hannity’s late-night tweets didn’t impact the content of “Morning Joe” on Monday, as Scarborough bashed Miller even further.

After playing a clip of Miller’s visit to ABC’s “This Week,” both hosts appeared dumbfounded by Miller’s remarks that the power of the president should not be questioned. “That’s not even funny,” Mika Brzezinski said. “Oh my god,” Scarborough gasped.

“[Trump’s decisions] will be questioned my young, little Miller,” he added. “They will be questioned by the Court. It’s called judicial review. Alexander Hamilton and James Madison wrote about it in the Federalist Papers. It was enshrined in Madison’s Constitution. It was enshrined in Madison’s Constitution.”

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Scarborough continued: “You really need to go back and read the Constitution and seriously, the White House has got to stop embarrassing themselves by putting this guy on.”

Miller appeared on numerous talk shows on Sunday to defend Trump’s travel ban and criticize the court that ruled against it. Scarborough, who has had a bizarre on-again, off-again relationship with Trump throughout the last two years, said, “That was the worst performance out of anybody… that was horrendous.”

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Sean Hannity took to Twitter to mock MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough after the “Morning Joe” co-host criticized Trump advisor Stephen Miller.

“Joe why don’t you focus on getting your horrific ratings up,” the Fox News host tweeted late Sunday. “They totally suck. And I’ll take Steve Miller on my team over u any day.”

Miller appeared on numerous talk shows on Sunday to defend Trump’s travel ban and criticize the court that ruled against it. Scarborough, who has had a bizarre on-again, off-again relationship with Trump throughout the last two years, mocked Miller’s performance on Twitter before Hannity chimed in.

In the month of January, “Hannity” averaged 3.1 million viewers while “Morning Joe” averaged 625,000. But Hannity’s late-night tweets didn’t impact the content of “Morning Joe” on Monday, as Scarborough bashed Miller even further.

After playing a clip of Miller’s visit to ABC’s “This Week,” both hosts appeared dumbfounded by Miller’s remarks that the power of the president should not be questioned. “That’s not even funny,” Mika Brzezinski said. “Oh my god,” Scarborough gasped.

“[Trump’s decisions] will be questioned my young, little Miller,” he added. “They will be questioned by the Court. It’s called judicial review. Alexander Hamilton and James Madison wrote about it in the Federalist Papers. It was enshrined in Madison’s Constitution. It was enshrined in Madison’s Constitution.”

Scarborough continued: “You really need to go back and read the Constitution and seriously, the White House has got to stop embarrassing themselves by putting this guy on.”

Miller appeared on numerous talk shows on Sunday to defend Trump’s travel ban and criticize the court that ruled against it. Scarborough, who has had a bizarre on-again, off-again relationship with Trump throughout the last two years, said, “That was the worst performance out of anybody… that was horrendous.”

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‘Morning Joe’ Rips Trump Adviser Stephen Miller: ‘Maybe He’s Just Stupid’ (Video)

MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough criticized Donald Trump’s senior advisor Stephen Miller on Monday morning, bashing his Sunday performance on various television spots as an “embarrassment.”

After playing a clip of Miller visit to ABC’s “This Week,” both hosts appeared dumbfounded by Miller’s remarks that the power of the president should not be questioned. “That’s not even funny,” Brzezinski said. “Oh my god,” Scarborough gasped.

“[Trump’s decisions] will be questioned my young, little Miller,” he added. “They will be questioned by the Court. It’s called judicial review. Alexander Hamilton and James Madison wrote about it in the Federalist Papers. It was enshrined in Madison’s Constitution. It was enshrined in Madison’s Constitution.”

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Scarborough continued: “You really need to go back and read the Constitution and seriously, the White House has got to stop embarrassing themselves by putting this guy on.”

Miller appeared on numerous talk shows on Sunday to defend Trump’s travel ban and criticize the court that ruled against it. Scarborough, who has had a bizarre on-again, off-again relationship with Trump throughout the last two years, said, “That was the worst performance out of anybody… that was horrendous.”

Sunday night, Brzezinski offered a preview of the content for Monday’s edition of the MSNBC morning show, tweeting, “The Steven Miller interviews this morning on all the Sunday shows were frightening!”

Scarborough went on to mock Miller repeatedly, saying his sort of talking and thinking will lead to Trump’s impeachment.

“Maybe he’s just stupid. Maybe he’s just dumb. Maybe he’s just ignorant and maybe I shouldn’t be so tough on him,” Scarborough said.

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MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough criticized Donald Trump’s senior advisor Stephen Miller on Monday morning, bashing his Sunday performance on various television spots as an “embarrassment.”

After playing a clip of Miller visit to ABC’s “This Week,” both hosts appeared dumbfounded by Miller’s remarks that the power of the president should not be questioned. “That’s not even funny,” Brzezinski said. “Oh my god,” Scarborough gasped.

“[Trump’s decisions] will be questioned my young, little Miller,” he added. “They will be questioned by the Court. It’s called judicial review. Alexander Hamilton and James Madison wrote about it in the Federalist Papers. It was enshrined in Madison’s Constitution. It was enshrined in Madison’s Constitution.”

Scarborough continued: “You really need to go back and read the Constitution and seriously, the White House has got to stop embarrassing themselves by putting this guy on.”

Miller appeared on numerous talk shows on Sunday to defend Trump’s travel ban and criticize the court that ruled against it. Scarborough, who has had a bizarre on-again, off-again relationship with Trump throughout the last two years, said, “That was the worst performance out of anybody… that was horrendous.”

Sunday night, Brzezinski offered a preview of the content for Monday’s edition of the MSNBC morning show, tweeting, “The Steven Miller interviews this morning on all the Sunday shows were frightening!”

Scarborough went on to mock Miller repeatedly, saying his sort of talking and thinking will lead to Trump’s impeachment.

“Maybe he’s just stupid. Maybe he’s just dumb. Maybe he’s just ignorant and maybe I shouldn’t be so tough on him,” Scarborough said.

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‘Hamilton’ Diversity Does Not Extend to Age or Size, Show Business Veteran Says

Musical sensation “Hamilton” is revered for its inclusiveness — but that diversity doesn’t extend to age or body type, longtime show business player Bruce Vilanch said.

The stage and screen writer recently visited “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda when the newly-minted Hollywood darling was performing the show’s title role. Vilanch wasn’t shy in pitching himself for the part of the villainous King George — a role previously held by actor Jonathan Groff.

“I went back and saw Lin-Manuel and I said, ‘I want to play the King. One costume, three songs that are all the same and no stairs to climb? I’m in,’” Vilanch said during an appearance on RuPaul’s podcast “What’s The Tee?”, uploaded on Thursday.

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“He said, ‘We have a casting concept.’ And of course the casting concept is ‘everybody is hot,’” Vilanch continued.  “Everybody is young and hot! There’s no old Ben Franklin wobbling across the street.”

Indeed the historical figures of “Hamilton” like the eponymous Alexander, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and Eliza Schuyler are all played by attractive young people, a move that has seen nothing but praise for casting people of color to portray the white founding fathers and their cohorts.

Vilanch isn’t unthinkable casting for the king — a character beloved by deities as high as Beyonce. He played Edna Turnblad in the original Broadway production and subsequent national tour of “Hairspray” in 2002. He’s also worked on several original musicals and re-mounts in independent theater.

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Not that he liked much else aside from the convenience of the role. Vilanch told RuPaul and his co-host Michelle Visage he didn’t care for “Hamilton” — which swept the Tony awards and remains an un-gettable ticket.

“If your idea of the founding fathers is the Wu Tang Clan … and if you like lyrics like, ‘John Adams shat the bed,’ then that’s the show for you. But I’m still looking for a melody,” Vilanch concluded. “I was underwhelmed by it.”

It’s unclear if Vilanch will return to the Academy Awards telecast this year as either a writer for the production or the host  (Vilanch has had turns doing both). The telecast — this year produced by Mike De Luca and Jennifer Todd and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel — has yet to announce its staff.

Representatives for Miranda were not immediately reachable for comment.

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Musical sensation “Hamilton” is revered for its inclusiveness — but that diversity doesn’t extend to age or body type, longtime show business player Bruce Vilanch said.

The stage and screen writer recently visited “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda when the newly-minted Hollywood darling was performing the show’s title role. Vilanch wasn’t shy in pitching himself for the part of the villainous King George — a role previously held by actor Jonathan Groff.

“I went back and saw Lin-Manuel and I said, ‘I want to play the King. One costume, three songs that are all the same and no stairs to climb? I’m in,'” Vilanch said during an appearance on RuPaul’s podcast “What’s The Tee?”, uploaded on Thursday.

“He said, ‘We have a casting concept.’ And of course the casting concept is ‘everybody is hot,'” Vilanch continued.  “Everybody is young and hot! There’s no old Ben Franklin wobbling across the street.”

Indeed the historical figures of “Hamilton” like the eponymous Alexander, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and Eliza Schuyler are all played by attractive young people, a move that has seen nothing but praise for casting people of color to portray the white founding fathers and their cohorts.

Vilanch isn’t unthinkable casting for the king — a character beloved by deities as high as Beyonce. He played Edna Turnblad in the original Broadway production and subsequent national tour of “Hairspray” in 2002. He’s also worked on several original musicals and re-mounts in independent theater.

Not that he liked much else aside from the convenience of the role. Vilanch told RuPaul and his co-host Michelle Visage he didn’t care for “Hamilton” — which swept the Tony awards and remains an un-gettable ticket.

“If your idea of the founding fathers is the Wu Tang Clan … and if you like lyrics like, ‘John Adams shat the bed,’ then that’s the show for you. But I’m still looking for a melody,” Vilanch concluded. “I was underwhelmed by it.”

It’s unclear if Vilanch will return to the Academy Awards telecast this year as either a writer for the production or the host  (Vilanch has had turns doing both). The telecast — this year produced by Mike De Luca and Jennifer Todd and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel — has yet to announce its staff.

Representatives for Miranda were not immediately reachable for comment.

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