MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace blasted the women who work in the White House for continuing to work for Donald Trump despite his failure to support women.
“If President Trump’s defense of accused domestic abuser rob porter sounds familiar, that’s because it’s almost word-for-word the same support he offered when alleged child molester Roy Moore was under fire and when he himself faced misconduct from a dozen women,” Wallace observed.
“I think it’s important to think about how far we sunk with Roy Moore and how we had a president who was willing to openly support an accused pedophile who multiple women said abused and harassed them under age,” Megan Murphy replied. “A month later, weeks later, we have a case where a man accused of credible domestic violence allegations now is being, as he’s left his position, the president wishes well, said he was a good guy, said he worked hard.”
“Where are the women?” Wallace interrupted.
“Where are the women in the White House, why don’t they walk out en masse?” Wallace asked.
“Why don’t you walk out?” Wallace continued. “Why don’t they leave?”
“This is what you’re willing to sacrifice your integrity, your dignity for this White House?” Murphy wondered. “Enough is enough.”