MSNBC’s Chris Matthews Looks At Marco Rubio’s ‘No Class’ Comment On Obama


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Above is a part of MSNBC’s “Hardball” from July 22nd, 2015 where host Chris Matthews takes a look at a comment made by Senator Marco Rubio that Donald Trump and the President have “no class.”

Matthews seems to have a point in that the President did all those things that you’re “supposed to do” – work hard, get into good schools, and stay away from scandals and corruption.

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/ken-shepherd/2015/07/22/matthews-rebukes-rubio-no-class-swipe-obama

http://www.breitbart.com/video/2015/07/23/chris-matthews-obama-has-had-immaculate-presidency-with-no-corruption-allegations/

http://www.mediaite.com/tv/matthews-rubios-comment-on-obamas-class-a-cheap-slur-to-fill-cheap-seats/

(Edited to add credit)

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2 thoughts on “MSNBC’s Chris Matthews Looks At Marco Rubio’s ‘No Class’ Comment On Obama

  1. This is one of the differences between establishment Dems and establishment Reeps. Dems, more or less, treat their opposition with some level of respect. They do not sink to the level of name-calling that the Reeps do. Can you imagine the apoplectic fit if a Dem candidate said that about a sitting Republican candidate. And the thing is that’s not even the worst of what’s being said about Obama. You know … he hates this country … all sorts of stuff.

    Now, I know … people on the right will have examples of Dems saying things, but it doesn’t come close to what the Reeps have been saying about a sitting President for the last seven years, or what they said about Clinton when he was President.

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