'Let Us Know Where You Stand, Sean': MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace Challenges Hannity to Respond to Trump's Lack of 'Decency'

The Right Wing

MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace expressed her disgust Friday with President Donald Trump's recent out-of-the-blue attack on former President George H.W. Bush's Points of Light Foundation, noting that even his supporters are often uncomfortable with his attitude toward notable veterans.

She wondered aloud if Fox News' Sean Hannity would speak out against this tendency and even challenged him to respond to Trump's lack of "decency."

"Trump is grosser than even some of his closest allies on the far right and fringy right media," she said, discussing the comments on her show "Deadline: White House."

"That's right," said Associated Press reporter Jonathan Lemire in response, but he argued that the president allies are likely to become crasser as they follow the president.

"I don't know," she said. "I'd be surprised tonight if Sean Hannity defends the attacks on the 41st president's charity."

"Sure. But I'd be actually surprised if he condemns them. He'll probably just let them go," said Lemire.

Turning to the camera, Wallace grinned and addressed Hannity directly.

"Let us know where you stand, Sean. Tweet me, text me. Air another clip tonight," she said, referring to his habit of airing clips of her show. "I love it when you do that." 

Watch the clip below:

Understand the importance of honest news ?

So do we.

The past year has been the most arduous of our lives. The Covid-19 pandemic continues to be catastrophic not only to our health - mental and physical - but also to the stability of millions of people. For all of us independent news organizations, it’s no exception.

We’ve covered everything thrown at us this past year and will continue to do so with your support. We’ve always understood the importance of calling out corruption, regardless of political affiliation.

We need your support in this difficult time. Every reader contribution, no matter the amount, makes a difference in allowing our newsroom to bring you the stories that matter, at a time when being informed is more important than ever. Invest with us.

Make a one-time contribution to Alternet All Access, or click here to become a subscriber. Thank you.

Click to donate by check.

DonateDonate by credit card
Donate by Paypal
{{ post.roar_specific_data.api_data.analytics }}