On Thursday, MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace questioned whether the first lady Melania Trump and Trump’s daughter and adviser Ivanka are “dead inside” in a discussion regarding President Trump’s “misogynistic views.”
This comes after Trump attorney and grumpy, judgmental old man Rudy Giuliani said he can’t “respect” Stormy Daniels, an adult-film star suing Trump to cancel a nondisclosure agreement regarding their affair, because of her job.
“I respect women — beautiful women and women with value — but a woman who sells her body for sexual exploitation, I don’t respect,” Giuliani rudely said.
That MSNBC panel included Emily Jane Fox, a Vanity Fair reporter, and discussed Giuliani’s hate speech and tied them to Donald Trump’s disgusting comments about females.
“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, mentioning the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape which surfaced during the presidential campaign.
Fox explained that while Trump might not have “shared” Giuliani’s hateful view on Daniels since he pursued her for a sex, he has still made countless sexist and misogynistic remarks about many other women.
“He may not have shared these views about these specific women,” Fox explained. “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.”
Wallace then wondered how Melanie and Ivanka Trump felt about Giuliani’s disgusting comments, which got backlash from many other women who are in the media, like Megyn Kelly and Mika Brzezinski. Kelly and Brzezinski were targeted by Trump’s despicable comments during his very evil presidential campaign.
“What do they do on a day like today?” asked Wallace. “Are they just the most stoic human beings, are they numb, are they dead inside, are they paid off?”
“Yes, yes and yes,” Fox answered, saying that women closest to the piggish president have a severely “distorted image” of the evil man.
“Ivanka Trump is the most masterful compartmentalizer that America has maybe ever seen,” she explained. “She is able to separate those things in a way that you and I probably can’t understand.”