CNN spent almost your entire day on Monday hammering President Trump for his response to the Rob Porter controversy. During the three:00 p.m. ET hour, anchor Brooke Baldwin introduced no exception to the anti-Trump hysteria. Baldwin introduced on Amanda Carpenter, Chris Cillizza and Anushay Hossain to debate the fallout of the President’s dealing with of the Porter scenario.
Hossain tried to disgrace the ladies who voted for Trump, telling them “it is time to get out” and lambasting them for sticking with him “through pedophilia, through sexual harassment” and “sexual assault.” She appeared to indicate that almost all Republican girls wouldn’t leap off the Trump prepare any time quickly as a result of “they are trapped with their abuser, which is Trump.” She additionally tried to convey race into the dialog by saying that the President believes “A man’s denial, a white man’s denial, is worth more than a woman’s…word.”
Cillizza chimed in, saying that almost all trendy presidents, together with “George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama” and George H.W. Bush understood that a part of the function of the American president was to function the nation’s ethical chief; implying that the present commander-in-chief fails to grasp this. The most hilarious a part of his evaluation got here when he used “Bill Clinton” and “moral” in the identical sentence. Baldwin and Hossain responded to Cillizza’s declaration by saying “duh.”
Hossain then lashed out at the President for not displaying sufficient empathy throughout the tragic occasions at Charlottesville and the hurricane that devastated Puerto Rico. She stated “the only time you really see like any kind of human emotion from Trump is when he’s standing up for serial abusers of women.” She then tore into Kellyanne Conway for happening the Sunday reveals to attempt to defend the White House response to the Porter scandal, saying “Shame on you for making the Sunday talk show rounds and trying to defend this.”
Liberals rapidly label any girl who dared to vote for President Trump as a traitor to their gender.
ANUSHAY HOSSAIN: You know what, Brooke, no. It is by no means a mere allegation. Violence towards girls – we are at a degree now…this goes past partisan politics. Violence towards girls is a human rights problem and I need to reiterate my name to GOP and Republican girls that it is time to get out. I really feel like GOP girls are trapped with their abuser, which is Trump. We, you guys have stood by him by way of pedophilia, by way of sexual harassment, sexual assault…
AMANDA CARPENTER: Not all of us.
HOSSAIN: Not all of you however the majority. And I need to say, nearly all of white girls who voted for Trump, I need to say sufficient is sufficient. We are at a pivotal second on this nation proper now. The tradition is shifting. This is a turning level for ladies’s rights and for violence towards girls. And what the President simply made clear to us, not that we wanted him to stipulate thi, is that he doesn’t again this motion. That a person’s denial, a white man’s denial, is price greater than a lady’s, a lady’s phrase. Than a lady’s expertise. And I believe that, , I don’t need to pull this card, however I believe on this scenario I’ve to. But as a mom, what is the message that we are sending to little ladies? What is the message that is coming from the White House? Why is it so difficult and troublesome for this President to say, no, this was unsuitable? Violence towards girls, home violence is unsuitable. He can’t even say it.
BROOKE BALDWIN: Thank you.
CHRIS CILLIZZA: I believe it speaks to, it speaks to this type of method in which all the Presidents…I’ll communicate to the fashionable period as a result of I’m not completely up on how a lot John Tyler outlined the Presidency and its ethical beacon. But I’ll inform you all trendy Presidents, Brooke, noticed the job, whether or not it’s George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, George H.W. Bush, they noticed the job as type of, partly, being a frontrunner of the American folks, taking the excessive highway…
BALDWIN: Can I simply say, I imply, Duh?
CILIZZA: Understanding that what you say issues.
BALDWIN: Isn’t duh?
HOSSAIN: Duh. But additionally, Chris, I imply the idea of like empathy. You know what’s so humorous, Brooke, you by no means see Donald Trump, , present any sort of empathy. You know, we noticed when Heather Myers died in Charlottesville, an American citizen was killed from Nazi violence, no remark. Puerto Rico, throw paper towels at them. But the one time you actually see like all sort of human emotion from Trump is when he’s standing up for serial abusers of ladies. You know, you’ve received to imagine him, he denied it. I imply, what is this? This is disgusting. And as a mom, I’ve to say to Kellyanne Conway, disgrace, disgrace on you for making the Sunday discuss present rounds yesterday and attempting to defend this. I don’t understand how these girls take a look at their daughters within the face.