Nicole Wallace Admits She Told Jeb Bush To Sucker Punch Trump

MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace says she encouraged Jeb Bush to physically attack Donald Trump: “I told Jeb Bush after that debate that I thought he should have punched [Trump] in the face.”

Wallace says Bush would have been “a hero” if he would have violently attacked Trump.

You see, this isn’t about politics with the liberals. It’s all fueled by their deep hatred. Liberals just can’t control their anger! 

Watch the video below.


Fox News:

MSNBC “Deadline: White House” host Nicole Wallace admitted on Thursday that she once encouraged Jeb Bush to physically attack then-candidate Donald Trump after a heated debate during the 2016 Republican primary race.

“I told Jeb Bush after that debate that I thought he should have punched [Trump] in the face,” Wallace said during her show. “He insulted your wife, he came down the escalator and called Mexicans rapists and murderers.”

Wallace — who worked for Jeb Bush when he was the Florida governor — said Bush asked her what he could have done following Trump’s personal attacks, that included using the derogatory nickname “low energy” Jeb.

“I think you should have punched him in the face and then gotten out of the race. You would have been a hero,” Wallace said.

MSNBC did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Bush, whose wife is from Mexico, was initially considered a favorite for the Republican nomination but suspended his campaign after a poor showing in early caucuses and primaries. Trump, who mocked Bush throughout the process, obviously went on shock Hillary Clinton on Election Day. More

So if someone disagrees with you Nicole, is it ok that they punch you in the face?

Jeb Bush sucker punched Donald Trump? Bwahahahahaha! Give me a break. Where would Jeb have get the energy… She is clearly delusional.

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