MSNBC Under-Fire For Comments About Ivanka And Melania Trump- How Low Can You Get?


Nicolle Wallace Should Be Eating Her Words Soon – Catching Some Much-Need Flack For Bashing The Trump Women

The Liberal media tries so hard to come off as the ‘moral elite’ but in reality, they’re the lowest of the low. It’s one thing to disagree with the President or to dislike him in general. The constant slams on his family shows just how pathetically desperate they’ve become to reach for an angle.

According to Fox News, MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace is under fire for making a derogatory comment Thursday about first lady Melania Trump and first daughter Ivanka, asking if they are “dead inside” or simply being “paid off.”

On her show “Deadline: White House” Wallace pondered how women close to the president cope with the ongoing allegations surrounding adult film star Stormy Daniels, who claims to have had a consensual sexual encounter with Trump over a decade ago (Trump denies the allegation).

“Are they just the most stoic human beings, are they numb, are they dead inside, are they paid off, I mean, what’s their deal?” Wallace asked.

As Written By The Hill:

“I respect women — beautiful women and women with value — but a woman who sells her body for sexual exploitation, I don’t respect,” Giuliani said.

The MSNBC panel, which included Vanity Fair reporter Emily Jane Fox, discussed Giuliani’s comments and tied them to Trump’s comments about women.

“The president has incredibly sexist, misogynistic views about how he treats women in general, we’ve heard the way that he talks about women, calling them dogs and pigs, talking about grabbing them by their genitals,” Fox said, referencing the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape that surfaced during the campaign.

Fox said that while Trump may not have “shared” Giuliani’s view on Daniels because he allegedly sought her out for a sexual encounter, he has still made sexist and misogynistic comments about other women.

“He may not have shared these views about these specific women,” Fox said. “But the way that the president talks about women and behaves towards women, it’s not so out of line with what Rudy Giuliani said, and, what he said about Stormy Daniels was disgusting, gave me a pit in my stomach from the second I woke up this morning, but my first reaction was, this is so disrespectful to the first lady.”

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