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On Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” co-hosts Mika Brzezinksi and former Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough, along with former Pennsylvania Governor and DNC Chair Ed Rendell criticized the audience and cast of a performance of “Hamilton” for their treatment of Vice President-Elect Mike Pence.
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After Scarborough said that “Hamilton” taught him you can respect people you disagree with, and that the artistic community in New York is “open-minded.” He pretended to be shocked and outraged at the news that Pence and his family were booed, saying, “Wait, but hold on, I thought people in the flyover space were supposed to be really close-minded.” Scarborough further asked if the cast told the crowd “not to act like savages?”
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Brzezinski stated that the cast’s speech to Pence “might have actually been, kind of pinpointing people in a very awkward situation, maybe even potentially dangerous. But it was not a good night.” She added, “I thought it was the wrong thing to do.”
Rendell agreed, adding, “There have to be limits. Public officials have to have some space that’s off-limits.” Rendell and Brzezinski further added that holding a press conference or delivering a letter to Pence would have been fine.
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