King of Trash Jerry Springer: Trump’s Tweets ‘Beneath the Dignity’ of ‘Any Decent Man’

"Why would anyone think that behavior belongs in the White House?”

The king of trash TV, Jerry Springer, the man who made millions by exploiting debauchery, cruelty, and pain, has the nerve to say Donald Trump's tweets about Mika Brzezinski were “beneath the dignity of the Presidency” and of “any decent man.”

President Trump hit back at the Morning Joe duo in a tweet Thursday for mocking his healthcare plan, labeling him “Psycho Joe” and “low I.Q. Crazy Mika” along with a very unflattering comment about her facelift. Springer has no leg to stand on in criticizing this. 

“I’m sorry, but Trump’s behavior is not just beneath the dignity of the Presidency…but that of any decent man,” Springer tweeted Friday morning.

He followed up with, “Every day, I’m presented with someone who acts inappropriately. Why would anyone think that behavior belongs in the White House?” This coming from the guy who would have voted philanderer Bill Clinton into the White House for a lifetime. 

"Springer rose to fame in 1991 when his eponymous talk show debuted, and has now entered its landmark 26th season, with its broadcasts featuring a steady stream of strippers, foul-mouth philanderers, brawling family members, and other misbehaving guests," noted Breitbart. 

TV Guide named The Jerry Springer Show the worst show of all time in 2002, prompting the show’s executive producer Richard Dominick to say,“After 12 years of broadcasting, and having never been recognized by the [National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences], we’re thrilled to accept this prestigious award from TV Guide.”

This guy has the right response to Springer's treatise on Trump.