It wasn't wrong to assume that Scott came to the meeting only to call her out. He had talked with Logan soon after he learned about the meeting. The talk with the Wolverine had made it clear he needed to do something about the way Storm was running things. But it was deeper than that. Scott didn't know it, but Emma had planted a seed in his brain when she was helping him heal. That seed said loud and clear You need to lead the school. It was subtle, but it was making him do what Emma Frost thought he should. Logan just made it mandatory.
She was also right about the shock of running into battle. The normal Scott would have planned a hundred moves before taking one. But he had quickly corrected himself once Logan made things clear. But apparently all that mattered was how he was fast to jump to war. He would need to keep that part of his mind in check.
As far as Laura being a clone of Logan, he was talking out his ass. He wasn't really sure if that was a fact or not, but he had heard it in passing. She acted enough like him, and had a lot of his characteristics. But she was still a kid. "If she is associated with the school, she is your responsibility. Have you tried talking to her like a person? As far as I see, you treat her like a mercenary who does convenient little errands for you."It didn't matter. Laura was whatever she was. Scott still planned on forming a bond with her. She acted tough, but he knew something wasn't right with her.
Letting it slide, he continued, "What you don't know, Ororo, is Emma helped me figure things out. The past seven years are hidden away. I can still access them, but I am more the man I was now, than before Jean died at Alkali." Which was true. He felt more like the leader he was before the incident in Canada. "I know you would like to think that this is a side effect. That your old buddy Scott is having a mental break down. Because who dares question the Weather Goddess, Right?"
He shook his head, glaring at Storm through his sunglasses. "You wanna show me a will that clearly states that Charles left everything to you, fine. Then you can give me choices, Ororo. Until then, were on equal ground. No matter where I have been for the past half decade." He was more angry that she thought she could tell him to leave, or even Logan. Sure, she had been here longer than Logan...but not longer than him. "I suggest you think of a way to settle thing. I won't be backing down, or leaving. But I can't let you drive this place into the ground."