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Following Trump’s undignified and sexist attack on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski, fellow MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace issued a stern statement to the women of the White House.

Wallace, host of “Deadline: White House,” put the onus on the women working in the Trump administration to denounce the President’s blatantly sexist comments.

“As a woman who was fortunate enough to work in the White House as a public servant, all of the women collecting paychecks from the U.S. taxpayers, Dina Powell, Kellyanne Conway, Elaine Chow, Betsy DeVos, you should all go on the record and condemn your boss’s comments, and you should work behind the scenes to educate him about just how offensive they are.”

She continued with a dire warning to not only the females working for Trump, but the Republican Party as a whole.

“As someone who once proudly called myself a Republican, the party will be permanently associated with misogyny if leaders don’t stand up and demand a retraction.”

Wallace’s comments come on the heels of Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ ridiculous defense of the President, in which she claimed that, “he’s not going to sit back and be attacked by the liberal media… and when they hit him, he’s going to hit back.” Somehow, “he’s going to hit back,” does not quite do justice to claims that his comments were beneath the dignity of the office of the President.

The fact that Wallace, who was once a Republican and even served as former President George W. Bush’s communications director, so vehemently denounced the President is a testament to the fact that Trump’s toxic behavior is decimating what little integrity remains of his party. If the GOP won’t listen to Democrats, maybe they should take it from a former Republican herself.

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