Ever since Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, his critics have accused him of abusing the Constitution and acting like a dictator. After a top Trump advisor made controversial comments during recent interviews, MSNBC was quick to highlight the issue.

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President Donald Trump has made a name for himself by saying outlandish things, which often results in a negative reaction from the press and his political opponents. In addition to Trump, Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer have also found themselves facing backlash, but it appears that they are not the only ones.

As seen on the February 13 edition of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC, hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski went off on a top advisor to the president, and they didn't hold back one bit.

Senior advisor to Donald Trump, stephen miller, appeared on a variety of Sunday talk shows over the weekend, and came under fire for making questionable remarks. From appearances on NBC's "Meet the Press" to "Fox News Sunday" on Fox News, Miller claimed that Trump and his authority "will not be questioned." Miller shouted down the appeals court's recent decision to continue to block the "Muslim ban" executive order, saying that they "took power for themselves that belong squarely in the hands of the President of the United States." "We have a president that has done more in three weeks than most presidents have done in an entire administration," Miller went on to say, before later claiming Sean Spicer is "always 100 percent correct."

"Morning Joe" reacts

After playing a montage of the above quotes, the hosts of "Morning Joe" gave their thoughts.

"It's so much worse than I thought," Mika Brzezinski said of Miller's remarks. At this point, Joe Scarborough also gave his opinion. " (Trump) will be questioned my young little Miller. They will be questioned by the Court," Scarborough said.

"It's called judicial review," he continued, before explaining, "Alexander Hamilton and James Madison wrote about it in the Federalist Papers." Scarborough didn't stop there, referring to Miller's weekend performance as "horrendous" and an "embarrassment," while saying it "was the worst performance out of anybody."