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President Trump Just Accused MSNBC'S Joe Scarborough Of Murder--Because Why Not?

President Trump has been on a roll with his Twitter feed. He was, of course, delighted to hear about NBC's firing of Matt Lauer over alleged sexual misconduct, sending out a celebratory Tweet wondering when higher-ups at the network would meet a similar fate for publishing so much "fake news." Trump then re-tweeted three anti-Muslim videos from a far-right extremist hate group in England, which turned out to be fraudulent. 

Trump capped off his day by accusing MSNBC's Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough of murder.

Scarborough responded with what sounded like tired annoyance:

Trump's tweet alluded to the 2001 death of Lori Klausutis, who was an intern for then-Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough. The medical examiner concluded that while in Scarborough's office, "Klausutis… lost consciousness because of an abnormal heart rhythm and fell, hitting her head on a desk. The head injury caused the death."

Police found no evidence to suggest foul play, but the case is a favorite among internet conspiracy theorists.

Trump's tweet shocked journalists:

It's been a crazy day...

Trump continues to "make history":

Scarborough's co-host and fiancee, Mika Brzezinski, issued a response. 

Brzezinski might sum this up the best, saying Trump has "crossed another deeply disturbing line."

H/T - Uproxx, Twitter