Source: The Huffington Post
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski disagreed on Monday morning over the significance of a blockbuster story about Rick Perry in Sunday’s Washington Post.
The story revealed that Perry’s family held the lease to a Texas hunting camp that was known by the name “Niggerhead,” with that word painted on a rock outside the gate of the camp. Though Perry said that the name had been painted over right away, the paper spoke to many others who recalled seeing the name years after his family purchased the camp.
Scarborough, a longtime critic of Perry’s, thought that the Post had a hot scoop on its hands. Brzezinski did not seem so convinced. She read out the news about the camp, and then turned to some controversial comments Perry made about invading Mexico.
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