Scarborough soon issued a full-throated apology, which he wrote himself, to the network.
So why would Scarborough flirt with the idea of giving up such a platform?
Were tens of millions of voting Americans missing something that only Scarborough (and the like) could see?
place in Yorkshire, earlier Scarðabork, etc., apparently a viking name, from Old Norse and meaning "fortified place of a man called Skarthi," identified in old chronicles as Thorgils Skarthi, literally "Thorgils Harelip," from Old Norse skartð "notch, hack (in the edge of a thing); mountain pass." It has been noted that a literal reading of the name as "gap-hill" suits the location. Scarborough warning "short notice or none" is from 1540s.