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MSNBC’s Chris Hayes triggered by Trump saying this at Kavanaugh swearing in. And boy was he triggered!

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MSNBC’s Chris Hayes was already expecting President Donald Trump’s speech before swearing-in Justice Brett Kavanaugh to be “bad,” but what happened was “waay waay worse.”

The MSNBC anchor had a meltdown after the president dared to apologize to Kavanaugh and his family over the way he was treated during the confirmation process leading to Saturday’s vote to seat him on the high court.

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“I would like to begin tonight’s proceeding differently than perhaps any other event of such magnitude,” Trump said Monday at the ceremonial swearing-in of the Supreme Court Justice. “On behalf of the nation, I want to apologize to Brett and the entire Kavanaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering you have been forced to endure.”

The well-deserved apology, following a contentious confirmation process that saw Democrats launch a smear campaign against the then-Supreme Court nominee, was not appreciated by the left.

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Hayes was among those who had a meltdown over the president’s remarks.

The MSNBC anchor continued to tweet his responses during the rest of the ceremony as Kavanaugh spoke following being sworn in by retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.

Hayes alluded to what he fears things will be like with Justice Kavanaugh sitting on the high court.

While there were plenty of liberals to agree with Hayes and give him a sympathetic hug, many mocked the MSNBC anchor on Twitter.

Frieda Powers


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