President Trump was in rare form this morning while responding to the news of Matt Lauer’s firing. He launched into bizarre accusations and demanding the investigation of other media figures, even insinuating that then-Congressman Joe Scarborough’s intern Lori Klausutis did not die of natural causes in 2001.

Strangely, the tweet was deleted from Trump’s feed only to be reposted with no apparent changes.

Medical examiners in Florida determined that Klausutis died from a head injury suffered during an unprotected fall. She had lost consciousness because of heart-related issues.

A 28-year-old congressional aide who died last month in her Panhandle office lost consciousness because of an abnormal heart rhythm and fell, hitting her head on the desk.

Although the immediate cause of Lori Klausutis’ death was the head injury, the abnormal heart rhythm may have proven fatal in itself, the medical examiner who performed the autopsy said Monday.

Klausutis didn’t know she had the heart condition that caused the abnormality, Dr. Michael Berkland said.

The body of the Niceville woman was found July 20 in the Fort Walton Beach office of U.S. Rep. Joe Scarborough.

You would think that in a Twitter rant from Trump triggered by sexual misconduct in the media, the worst part would be his acting as if he has some claim to the moral high ground, which he also did.

Trump values being unpredictable and I doubt anyone would have predicted he would launch veiled murder accusations against a media nemesis. No one would have predicted it but I doubt anyone is actually surprised though.