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🚨 POLL: Is the Liberal Media Out of Control?

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Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas., and MSNBC host Joe Scarborough exchanged heated words over Twitter regarding their opinions of President Trump.

It began when MSNBC’s Scarborough shared a debunked video originally created by Jimmy Kimmel. The video falsely depicting Vice President Mike Pence carrying “empty” boxes of PPE into a hospital. Kimmel suggested Pence was doing a public relations stunt, perhaps merely for the photo-op.

When viewing the footage from C-SPAN as opposed to Kimmel’s deceptive edit, it shows Pence carrying full boxes of PPE and later joked about the remaining boxes, which were empty.

Scarborough shared the video to his followers without knowing it was false and later apologized.

“I guess Twitter is a full time job. I apologize to Mike Pence for retweeting a tweet that had been disproved. I’m deleting now,” Scarborough said.

“Hmm. When you’re on the defensive for being dishonest & corrupt, perhaps best not to forward fraudulent stories from Jimmy Kimmel (that he’s admitted were false)? You are claiming to be a journalist, after all,” Cruz said.

“Ted, when I make a mistake I admit it. You remain mired in shame because you kowtow to a man who called your wife ugly and said your daddy assassinated JFK. Me messing up a tweet or two will never erase the shame you carry every day of your life,” Scarborough told Cruz.

“Joe, you chased after Trump for 2 years like a teenage girl throwing her panties at the latest boy band; now you pretend to be this indignant paragon of virtue outraged at everything he says & does. All to get invited to DC cocktail parties & thrill the 13 people watching MSNBC,” Cruz tweeted.

“It would appear that @vp was joking about carrying empty boxes for a staged publicity stunt. The full video reveals that he was carrying full boxes for a staged publicity stunt. My apologies. I know how dearly this administration values truth,” Kimmel wrote on Friday.

H/T Fox News