He also warned United States' citizens that we are closer to war on the Korean peninsula than we know, saying, "We heard this months ago, that we are going to have a ground war in Korea, they believe that inside the White House for a very long time".
During the Thursday segment, Brzezinski read from a New York Daily News editorial published Wednesday that called Trump a "madman". "After the first nuclear missile goes?" he added, noting the increased tension between the USA and North Korea.
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"Looks like I picked a good day to stop responding to Trump's freakish tweets".
"The president was tweeting yesterday about, among other things, a conspiracy theory about Joe being a murderer".
"Today the president crossed another deeply disturbing line", Brzezinski's statement said. His freaky behavior contravenes both the Constitution and basic moral judgment.
The release of the "Access Hollywood" tape, in which Trump bragged about grabbing women by their sexual organs, proved to be a crisis during the campaign, but a number of news outlets, including the New York Times and Washington Post, have reported that the president has since questioned the authenticity of the recording.
"He tweeted that if Trump doesn't apologize, the president will lose his "public support & my vote in the next election".