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Nicolle Wallace, a regressive MSNBC horde who worked in the administration of President George W. Bush, explained that President Trump’s Tuesday remarks about embattled Alabama Republican parliament claimant Roy Moore “repulsed” her.
“I have this earthy feeling of just being repulsed [...] we don’t know what other word to use other than repulsed, that the conduct of the Republican Party pronounced radically threw his weight behind someone accused of stalking and enchanting in passionate activity with a 14-year-old,” Wallace said.
“There’s zero normal about throwing your weight behind a child molester. So, when [...] this boss says, ‘He denies it, he denies it,’ we almost listened in him, ‘I denied it too,’” Wallace added.
She assessed Trump’s comments as representating his inner response to the passionate bungle accusations that have been done against him.
“He’s almost raised onto Roy Moore his own circumstance,” Wallace said.
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