WATCH: MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace questions whether Trump women are 'dead inside'
Ivanka Trump, The Trump Organization's vice president of development and acquisitions, and her two brothers, vice presidents at the conglomerate, have been called upon to manage their father's fortune and affairs during his tenure at the White House (AFP Photo/Spencer Platt)

During a panel discussion on President Donald Trump's surrogates attacking adult film star Stormy Daniels, MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace wondered how the women in his life deal with the misogyny that continually spews from the president's mouth and his closest aides.

Speaking with Vanity Fair reporter Emily Jane Fox, Wallace wondered if it possible that the Melania and Ivanka Trump are "dead inside."

“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 explained.

"He may not have shared these views about these specific women," she added. "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.”

“Well, let me ask you, you know more about the Trump women, the Trump family than anyone. What do they do on a day like today? Are they just the most stoic human beings, are they numb, are they dead inside, are they paid off," Wallace asked. "I mean, what’s their deal?”

"Yes, yes, and yes," Fox replied, adding that first daughter Ivanka has an amazing ability to "compartmentalize."

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