MSNBC Panel Compares The Trump Family To The Mob (VIDEO)

What is wrong with the people at MSNBC? Every time you think they can’t go any lower, that’s exactly what they do. This week, Nicolle Wallace and one of her guests compared the Trump family to a mob crime family.

News Busters reports:

MSNBC Panel Compares Trump Family to a Mob Family

During Tuesday’s Deadline: White House, host Nicolle Wallace used reports of Ivanka Trump using a personal e-mail account to promote a story by The Washington Post’s Aaron Blake highlighting a long list of scandals and conflicts of interest involving one or more members of the Trump family.

Wallace and her panel discussed some of these scandals, including Kellyanne Conway selling Ivanka Trump’s dresses on TV and Donald Trump Jr. allegedly lying to the FBI. Wallace quoted former FBI Director James Comey, who said “they were like a mob family.”’s Karine Jean-Pierre agreed: “They really are a mob family. They basically took what they were doing in the business, the Trump Organization, and brought it to the White House and didn’t care at all with what the rules were and what they can and cannot do.

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Wallace gleefully introduced the segment by pointing out that “Ivanka Trump’s personal e-mail scandal isn’t the first….humiliating act of hypocrisy to take place in the Trump White House.” She then began reading an excerpt from Blake’s piece titled “Ivanka Trump’s e-mails, and the many things Trump attacked Obama and Clinton for and then did.” Wallace made sure to point out that “the article, needless to say, is very, very long.”

Watch the video:

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This is beyond media bias. It’s insanity.


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