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Brzezinski says she arranged call with Twitter CEO to discuss banning Trump

MSNBC host Mika BrzezinskiMika Emilie BrzezinskiSean Penn jokes Russians hacked his hair in viral 'Morning Joe' appearance Brzezinski scolds Scarborough over mask mockery: 'Done with being polite' Mike Barnicle blasts Trump for 'mentally ill rant' on election MORE says she will speak with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to discuss getting President TrumpDonald TrumpBlinken holds first calls as Biden's secretary of State Senators discussing Trump censure resolution Dobbs: Republicans lost in 2020 because they 'forgot who was the true leader' MORE banned from Twitter. 

The "Morning Joe" co-host argued that the social media giant's platform policies are being "abused by the day."

"Need to know why Trump is not banned?" Brzezinski asked in the first of a series of tweets.

"I will be reaching out to head of twitter about their policies being violated every day by President Trump," Brzezinski wrote in a subsequent tweet. "Hope my call is taken. Please retweet if you agree."

"Please take my call today. Please stop allowing your platform policies to be abused by the day. It’s called libel," she wrote in a third post.

Brzezinski eventually confirmed the that she would be speaking with Dorsey and the the general council via phone call.

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Brzezinski appeared to be responding to a Wednesday tweet by the president that attacked her "Morning Joe" co-host and husband, Joe ScarboroughCharles (Joe) Joseph ScarboroughCan the media regain credibility under Biden? Scarborough says he's considering legal action against Trump over conspiracy tweets Sacking the Capitol proves free speech is in trouble MORE.

In a tweet Wednesday, Trump evoked a conspiracy theory referring to the accidental death of an intern in the former Florida congressman's office in 2001, a situation the president has brought up other times in the past.

"Roger StoneRoger Jason StoneWould Trump have gotten away with a self-pardon? History will never know Trump's pardons harshly criticized by legal experts Presidential pardons need to go MORE has been treated very unfairly. How about that jury Forewoman, does anybody think that was fair. DISGRACEFUL! Stay tuned. @FoxNews And guys like Low Ratings Psycho Joe Scarborough are allowed to walk the streets? Open Cold Case!" Trump tweeted to his 80 million followers. 

The tweet by the president was the latest example of Trump attacking Scarborough over the death of Lori Klausutis, a 28-year-old intern who worked for the then-congressman.

Klausutis died in 2001 in Scarborough’s district office. A local medical examiner ruled the death an accident, saying Klausutis had collapsed and hit her head on the side of a desk. She had an undiagnosed heart condition, according to the medical examiner, and the head trauma caused a fatal blood clot.

Earlier Wednesday morning, Brzezinski also addressed Trump's tweets on television.

"Donald, you’re a sick person! You’re a sick person to put this family through this, to put her husband through this, to do this just because you’re mad at Joe, because Joe got you again today, because he speaks the truth, and he speaks plainly about your lack of interest and empathy in others and your lack of ability to handle this massive human catastrophe, the fact that you have made it worse and you make it worse every day," she said.

Scarborough, Brzezinski and Trump once enjoyed a friendly relationship during the primary stage of his candidacy, with the former NBC "Apprentice" star conducting phone interviews on a regular basis up until his last appearance on the program in May 2016.

The Hill has reached out to Twitter for comment.