In the days since the most recent Islamic terrorist attack in New York City, Donald Trump has been vocal with his views about what took place. Following yet another Twitter rant on the subject, a host on MSNBC pointed out what appears to be obvious to many people.

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On Tuesday in lower Manhattan, thousands of people were preparing for the annual Halloween parade. Despite the innocent nature of the day, 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov drove his rented Home Depot truck through a crowd of pedestrians, killing eight and injuring over a dozen in the process.

Upon exiting the vehicle, Saipov shouted "Allahu Akbar," an Arabic phrase that has become commonly used during Islamic acts of terror. The suspect was shot and then taken into custody, where he reportedly has been celebrating his attack, while also requesting to hang an ISIS flag by his bed. In response, the reaction was mostly split down party lines, with Donald Trump lashing out on social media on more than one occasion. The president attacked Democrats, signalling out Sen. Chuck Schumer, over the "Diversity Visa Lottery Program" that Saipov used to get into the United States from Uzbekistan in 2010. In addition, Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday night and Thursday morning and called for the suspect to be given the death penalty.

During the November 2 edition of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC, one host ripped into the president over his reaction.

In a segment on the Thursday edition of "Morning Joe," co-host Mika Brzezinski went on the attack against Donald Trump for criticizing the justice system following the Islamic terrorist attack in New York City and for his remarks about the suspect.

"There is a frightening arrogance happening here as we watch the feds close in on this president," Brzezinski said. Not stopping there, Brzezinski noted that Trump fit the "psychological profile of someone up all night freaking out," in regards to the ongoing Russian scandal and the recent charges filed by special counsel Robert Mueller.

"Look at him, listen to him," Mika Brzezinski said. "Look at his behavior, look at his tweets before midnight," she noted, before pointing out Trump's comments about sending Sayfullo Saipov to the death penalty. In conclusion, Brzezinski accused Trump of having a "complete breakdown" over the Russian scandal. "Something is going on here, and I think it might be a complete breakdown.

I really do," she stated.

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