MSNBC host Nicole Wallace flipped out Wednesday afternoon after watching a soundbite of Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, banning any more soundbites of the White House Press Secretary from being shown on her show.
Nicole Wallace, who served as a press aide and speechwriter in the Bush White House from 2003-2008 said Sanders' defense of the president was "vile." "We're not gonna air that anymore, let's make that the last Sarah Huckabee Sanders clip we ever play at 4:00," the MSNBC host said.
"It makes me sweat. This is vile. This is someone who complains about a restaurant that exercises their First Amendment right to kick out someone they think is obliterating democratic norms," she said about Sanders' comments. "Seriously, it made me sweat."
The WHPB soundbite that drove her over the edge:
WALLACE: Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked about this in today's briefing. Her first answer was a recounting of the responsibilities of the press. So they tried again.
DAVID MARTOSKO: Does the White House support that or not?
SARAH HUCKABEE SANDERS: While we certainly support freedom of the press, we also support freedom of speech and we think that those things go hand in hand.