MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace: 'What do the men who work in the Trump White House say to their daughters?'
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace. Image via screengrab.

While discussing a tweet in which President Donald Trump referred to his longtime friend and former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman as a "dog," MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace noted that the president has a long history of hating on women — and rolled a supercut to prove it.


After a number of clips showing the president calling women "slobs" and "low I.Q.," the host turned her attention to the women who continue to support him in light of his comments.

"How does Sarah Huckabee Sanders take to the White House podium and defend this man?" Wallace asked. "How does Kellyanne Conway stay silent today and not go out and at least break with the president in his calling a woman a 'dog?' How do the senior women in the cabinet, how do the women who get a paycheck from the American taxpayers stay silent on a day like today?"

"They value power over decency," Time magazine's Elise Jordan said, adding later that the people women who work for Trump "have to live with themselves."

"What do the men and women who work in the Trump White House say to their daughters — and sons?" the host asked.

Watch below, via MSNBC: