Ed Schultz went on a screed against President Obama on the Thursday’s broadcast after the president cracked a joke about MSNBC’s opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) just moments before. Schultz interrupted his interview with Sen. Bernie Sanders, also an opponent to the TPP, to rip President Obama and challenge him to come on his show and have a “face to face” over the trade deal. “I supported you big time. I was the first liberal talker to support you. I’ve carried your water big time when it comes to health care, I’ve carried your water on the economy and defending your move on the automobile industry, but Mr. President, you can take shots at this network, but I guarantee you, you are wrong on this and you cannot prove to the American people,” Schultz said. “American workers will suffer if this deal goes through, and Mr. President, your recovery of the economy, the automobile industry and health care will not be your legacy. It will be what you’re doing to the very people who put you in office, had you not had the unions, you would never beat John McCain, had you not had the unions, you would have never beat Mitt Romney and now turning your back on these people trying to convince them that they have to do this phony trade deal that’s going to ship jobs overseas. I’d love to talk to you face to face, Mr. President,” Schultz declared.