Only two weeks ago, Michelle Wolf, the not funny comedian who appeared as the headliner for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, spent a good part of her act trashing White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders.
Rather than being entertaining, Wolf chose to use the national stage to tear down Sarah Huckabee Sanders with degrading, vile “jokes” about her looks and her professional competence.
Wolf brazenly threw cutting insults at Sanders’ appearance and at how she performs her job with her sitting just a few feet away. She clearly had an agenda to create shock value while trying to embarrass and humiliate Sanders.

Apparently, making disgusting, over-the-top comments about Sarah Huckabee Sanders, is all the rage in the liberal community.  During her interview with White House reporter Kristen Welker,  MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace brazenly asked how she keeps herself from wringing Sarah Sanders neck?

How very professional progressive…

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Watch the exchange here: 

https://twitter.com/WiredSources/status/995068129553379333

Sanders answered a question on a White House aide’s disparaging comments of Arizona Sen. John McCain during the daily press briefing Friday, mentioning the president “supports all Americans” and touted the president’s other achievements.

Wallace commented on Sanders’ response in a graphic way on her Friday show.

“Kristen Welker, how do you resist the temptation to run up and wring her neck?” Wallace said. “Why can’t she just say, ‘If a staffer said that, we’re going to get to the bottom of it, and she’ll be fired?’”

“I think a lot of people were surprised,” responded NBC News White House Correspondent Kristen Welker, saying that she expected a more direct answer.

Wallace later apologized for the comments.


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