WATCH: Nicolle Wallace of MSNBC: Tempted to ‘Wring’ Sarah Sanders’ Neck

On Friday Nicolle Wallace of MSNBC said she wanted to “wring” the neck of White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders when she declined to comment on comments that were allegedly made by an aide in the Trump administration about Senator John McCain’s deteriorating health.

The comment from Wallace, which suggested violence on someone from the Trump administration, came on Thursday after a report surfaced that a staffer responded to Trump’s lack of support for CIA Director nominee Gina Haskel with, “He’s dying anyway.”

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Sarah Sanders responded to the allegation during a press conference on Friday, stating, “I’m not going to validate a leak out of an internal staff meeting one way or another.”

Enraged by Sanders calm and reasoned response, Wallace responded by suggesting that she should be choked.

“How do you resist the temptation to run up and wring her neck?” Wallace asked NBC News’ White House reporter Kristen Welker. “Why can’t she just say if a staffer said that, we’re going to get to the bottom of it and she’ll be fired?”

This gives some perspective to the type of anger the media deals with in their Trump Derangement Syndrome. She has actually threatened violence to Sarah Sanders. Why? Simply because she refused to a question. Is that really worthy of threatening violence? She is seriously expressing her desire to wring Sarah Sanders’ neck.

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