It is “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski’s turn to hit back at President Donald trump after his sexist remark about her alleged botched facelift. For the Friday edition of her MSNBC show with Joe Scarborough, Mika dubbed its theme “Failure Friday” to highlight the series of mistakes the president committed this week.

Besides the TV host, Republican Arizona Sen. John McCain also had his sweet revenge on Trump -- who said during the 2016 campaign that the senator was not a war hero -- by voting “no” on the skinny version of ObamaCare repeal bill on Friday. The four times the Senate rejected the repeal of the landmark law that former President Barack Obama pushed is one of the major setbacks that the president suffered for the week.

List of failures

In a tweet, Brzezinski listed the other failures of Trump in the last 36 hours. These include his embarrassing speech at the Boy Scouts of America Jamboree, the ban on transgenders in the military, and his bullying of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, The Huffington Post reported. She pointed out that the four times that the Senate rebuffed Trump, despite the pressure he placed on GOP members to pass the repeal legislation, showed the president’s failure to unify the Republican Party and fulfill his campaign promise.

The repeal law failed not only because the Democrats rejected it, but also because some GOP senators voted against the measure.

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Besides McCain, the Republicans who stood out for going against Trump were Maine Sen. Susan Collins and Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski.

Trump unleashes Twitter storm

In all these issues, Trump tweeted his vile thoughts which The Washington Post, in an editorial, described half of the posts on the microblogging site as showing utter weakness. Peggy Noonan, the author of the op-ed piece, said the tweets were plaintive, shrill little cries that he posted after dawn.

Noonan pointed out that Trump, as a leader, is not brash and stupid, but weak and sniveling. She pointed out that the primary problem of the real estate billionaire as a leader is “he undermines himself almost daily by ignoring traditional norms and forms of American masculinity.”

For TV host Stephen Colbert, Trump is just a comical figure who will star on a 30-minute animated series on “Showtime” that he will produce, The New York Daily News reported. Colbert explained on Thursday that animated series will be a workplace comedy which takes place in an oval-shaped office. He said it will be a character study seen from the viewpoint of an imaginary documentary crew. Although the series, based on a recurring character on “The Late Show” has no title yet, it has been picked up for 10 episodes.