Scarborough: Obama Will Face '20-to-30 Years of Disparagement' from Ex-Staffers

Scarborough: Obama Will Face '20-to-30 Years of Disparagement' from Ex-Staffers

Former Republican Congressman and MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” anchor Joe Scarborough said that President Barack Obama will face “20-to-30 years of disparagement from his own side” after his presidency ends on Thursday’s “Hugh Hewitt Show.”  

Scarborough, who stated he is “good friends” with adviser Valerie Jarrett and talks with influential Democrats predicted “the second this administration is over, the books are going to come from former secretaries of state…[and] chiefs of staff … and this president is going to have to deal with 20 to 30 years of disparagement from his own side, calling him one of the least effective presidents because he’s one of the most insulated.”

Scarborough also declared that “based on everything I’ve heard from people who work inside the White House … based on my friends who are senior Democratic Senators, this president’s checked out.  I hear it time and time again, from his close political allies, this man wants to be an ex-president, he doesn’t want to be there anymore.”

He added, “This president wants yes men around him. And again, I hear that from my Democratic friends, I hear that from his own former chiefs of staff, if anybody steps out of line, they’re immediately insulated and pushed out.”

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