Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event, Saturday, April 2, 2016, in Racine, Wisc. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
Paul Sancya

Joe: Trump leaves the conservative establishment arrogant and unmoored

Updated

Donald Trump is facing heated criticism from the Republican establishment. Joe Scarborough is calling out many of his conservative friends for sounding “as arrogant and unmoored as left-wing pundits let loose on MSNBC during the Bush years.”  

Joe writes in The Washington Post

in 2016, conservative commentators are sounding as cocooned from their own political party as any liberal writing social commentary for the New Yorker or providing political analysis for ABC News. Even after the passing of Antonin Scalia and the Paris and San Bernadino, Calif., attacks, many right-leaning pundits are spending their days scolding readers and declaring that no true conservative or God-fearing Christian could support Donald Trump. This simmering rage has now risen to such a level that many conservative opinion shapers are spending their waking hours coping with a festering Zapruder-like obsession over video frames of the Corey Lewandowski-Michelle Fields confrontation while obsessing over the GOP front-runner’s latest embarrassing gaffe.

Read the full column here

Joe: Trump leaves the conservative establishment arrogant and unmoored

Updated