Hours after President Trump posted a pair of ugly tweets attacking cable TV hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, cable news talk shows across the political spectrum featured lengthy, often angry monologues accusing him of demeaning his office as well as women.

Conservatives Charles Krauthammer and Tucker Carlson criticized the tweets on Fox News, with Krauthammer saying, “Presidents don’t talk like this.”

On CNN, Don Lemon and Anderson Cooper dedicated their opening remarks to what Lemon called Trump’s “flat-out gross and disgusting” tweets.

And on a CNN panel Thursday night, USA Today columnist Kirsten Powers got into a lively debate over the definitions of “feminism” and “misogyny” with Trump surrogate Jeffrey Lord.

But even Lord, who usually defends anything and everything Trump does, said, “I don’t think he should have done it.”

Perhaps the strongest repudiation yet comes from Nicolle Wallace.  Wallace served as George W. Bush’s communication chief.  Nicolle Wallace, as a Republican woman sums up pretty much what the rest of us think.

To those who try to excuse Trump or make excuses for him–this is 2017.  This kind of garbage issued in a tweet is unacceptable and beneath the Office of the president of the United States.  The se is sim ycophants need to start telling Trump he is simply rude, crude and socially unacceptable.

2 Thoughts to “Nicolle Wallace condemns Trump tweets”

  1. Robin Hood

    At first glance my reaction was that a 71 year old man is tweeting like a mean teenage girl but it’s probably not that simple.

    While Washington reacts to the tweets attention is diverted from a killer healthcare bill, a staffing crisis at the State Department and his upcoming meeting with Putin. These diversionary tactics worked in last year’s election and he will keep doing this until he gets caught.

    On the other hand, he tweeted Saturday morning to complain that state election officials are not turning over voter registration data, including our social security numbers, to his bogus commission on election fraud. I suppose that means Vladimir will be very disappointed that he has nothing to turn over when they meet next week.

    1. It’s alarming to have to accept that our nation is being led by a person with mental illness issues that continue to manifest themselves. When will members of congress realize they have a problem on their hands and start to do something about it to remove him from office?

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