Joe Scarborough: Is Trump Putin's "hostage"?

“You have Donald Trump in the Oval Office with the Russian ambassador to the United States, Kislyak, and the foreign minister, Lavrov, and that picture took place the day after James Comey was fired when the Russian story really exploded. Then he goes in, he reveals classified information. He doesn’t let U.S. reporters in the room. You can go on and on,” he said.

Scarborough then went full Manchurian Candidate

“They make these decisions time and time again in a way that makes it appear that they’re hostages, that he’s Vladimir Putin’s hostage. Why did they have that meeting in the Oval Office? Because Putin told Trump he needed that meeting in the Oval Office.”