Ruhle Falsely Accuses Ivanka Trump of Not Condemning ‘Access Hollywood’ Comments

‘You have the most senior woman in the White House saying nothing when her father says vicious things about a news anchor’

Stephanie Ruhle Falsely Accuses Ivanka Trump of Not Condemning ‘Access Hollywood’ Comments (The Washington Free Beacon)

MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle on Tuesday falsely accused Ivanka Trump of not condemning her father's lewd comments made in a 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape that resurfaced before the election.

Ruhle was attacking President Donald Trump and the comments he made about women to "Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush. Ruhle was talking to Rep. Lee Zeldin (R., N.Y.).

"As much as I appreciate you talking about fine matters and class, as a professional woman and a mother, it's tough for me to stomach someone looking at me and talking about ‘the great class' when you have the most senior woman in the White House saying nothing when her father says vicious things about a news anchor, with regard to the ‘Access Hollywood' tape, so on and so forth, so that statement is tough to swallow," Ruhle said.

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