MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace, the host of “Deadline: White House,” reported on women who are polling in favor of impeaching President Donald Trump.
The MSNNC panel was discussing national opinion polls showing voters’ support or opposition to the Democrats’ efforts to impeach the president.
During the segment, Karine Jean-Pierre, senior advisor and national spokeswoman for MoveOn.org, said, “I was just looking at the Politico/Morning Consult poll. You look at Independents, the support for Independents for impeachment went up four points and opposition went down eight points.”
“And if you look at the CNN, women at 60 percent on impeach and removal,” Jean-Pierre added. “Those numbers are strong for Democrats and I totally agree, can Democrats continue to keep that momentum going especially going into the holidays.”
These comments elicited an excited response from Wallace, who responded, “Can we all agree that women should be the deciders of everything?”
Of course, Wallace only praised those women who appeared to be agreeing with her dislike of the president. The MSNBC host was called out by Republican congresswoman Elise Stefanik of New York who told her to “get outside of the MSNBC bubble” during a Twitter exchange.
Hi 👋 @NicolleDWallace ! I am flattered that you are comparing me to @NikkiHaley ! HUGE compliment! 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. Get outside of the @MSNBC bubble! https://t.co/aBOn3lLuju
— Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) November 13, 2019