Nicolle Wallace

The White House needs a serious wake up call.

On Thursday, MSNBC host and former communications director for President George W. Bush, Nicolle Wallace, laid down the hammer and said what we’re all thinking following Donald Trump‘s misogynist Twitter attack on Mika Brzezinski earlier this week.

Not only did Wallace demand an apology from the White House, but she urged the women supporting Trump to condemn his deeply disturbing comments.

Lead by example, right?

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The political analyst began her monologue by saying:

“As a former communications director, there’s a single press strategy for this White House: It’s called an apology.”

Secondly, Wallace named the women working for the current administration to hold Drumpf accountable for his unacceptable behavior:

“As a woman who was fortunate enough to work in the White House as a public servant, all of the women collecting paychecks from the U.S. taxpayers, Dina Powell, Kellyanne Conway, Elaine Chow, Betsy DeVos, you should all go on the record and condemn your boss’s comments, and you should work behind the scenes to educate him about just how offensive they are.”

She added:

“As someone who once proudly called myself a Republican, the party will be permanently associated with misogyny if leaders don’t stand up and demand a retraction.”

Lastly, and arguably most importantly, Wallace called on all women who support Trump to think about the consequences of the example he is setting as POTUS:

“As a mother of a son, I ask any woman who is defending these comments how they plan to raise good men, if the most powerful man in the world gets away with this.”


Watch Nicolle’s full plea (below)!


[Image via MSNBC.]

Jun 30, 2017 10:30am PDT

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