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Republican mocked for attacking MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace amid impeachment hearing: ‘Shouldn’t you be paying attention?’

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Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) was ridiculed online for attacking MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace during the impeachment hearings.

Stefanik, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, attacked the MSNBC host during her committee’s hearing.

Wallace, a former top Republican strategist, has been a harsh critic of the administration. After Stefanik interrupted the hearing, Wallace blasted her.

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“It would appear Elise Stefanik is drinking the same loony tune juice with her breakfast as Nikki Haley – going from occasionally reasonable Republicans to Trump shills,” Wallace tweeted, adding the hashtag #pathetic.

Stefanik replied to Wallace less than a half an hour later, while the hearing was underway.

“I am flattered that you are comparing me to Nikki Haley,” Stefanik tweeted, claiming it was a “HUGE compliment.”

Stefanik then attacked Wallace for not running for office as a Republican — even though Wallace left the party in the age of Trump.

“Instead of ever standing in front of voters as a candidate or putting your name on the ballot, you just keep attacking GOP women who have. Sad,” Stefanik claimed. “Get outside of the MSNBC bubble!”

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The Republican congresswoman was quickly ridiculed for tweeting about a TV anchor during the impeachment hearing. Here’s some of what people said:

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