"You have Kellyanne spreading alternative facts, saying things that aren't true, selling clothing," "You have Miller describing the powers of the presidency in an incorrect, inappropriate, and lying fashion."
Scarborough called the president's messaging "one lie on top of another lie on top of another lie," to which Brzezinski added, "It's [a] fake presidency."
While "Morning Joe" was a media staple for former White House officials like Valerie Jarrett, the show has taken on new significance during the current administration because of Trump's apparent fondness for the show.
"Morning Joe" segments seem to inspire tweets from the president and Scarborough took advantage of that, addressing Trump directly on Thursday's show: "Here's a message to the White House: you keep lying, we're going to keep reporting about it," Scarborough said.
Maxwell Tani contributed to this story.