Alyssa Milano says she couldn't let her 8-year-old son watch Trump's ‘Lisa’ speech because it was 'misogynistic and unpresidential'
During a rally, Trump read out an improvised version of the text messages exchanged between Page and FBI agent and her lover Peter Strzok and made it out as if they were making out.
Actress Alyssa Milano took to Twitter to complain about President Donald Trump lack of decorum while making remarks about ex-FBI agent Lisa Page on Monday, December 2. During a rally, Trump read out an improvised version of the text messages exchanged between Page and FBI agent and her lover Peter Strzok and made it out as if they were making out.
“I just had to chase my 8 year old son out of the room while the news was playing the Trump ‘Lisa’ speech,” Alyssa Milano wrote in a tweet. “It’s f***ing upsetting that I can’t allow my son to listen to our President because our President is inappropriate, misogynistic and unpresidential. So unfair to parents.”
Page, who was an assistant to then Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe and played a major role in the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s home server and the 2016 Trump presidential campaign, had an extramarital affair with FBI agent Peter Strzok. At the time when the investigations were ongoing, Page texted Strzok with anti-Trump messages such as, “God Trump is a loathsome human," and “He’s awful. God, Hillary should win."
After Page recently did an interview with Daily Beast regarding her affair and more, Trump took to his social media account to publicly slam her.
“When Lisa Page, the lover of Peter Strzok, talks about being ‘crushed’, and how innocent she is, ask her to read Peter’s ‘Insurance Policy’ text, to her, just in case Hillary loses,” Trump said on Monday in a fiery tweet. “Also, why were the lovers text messages scrubbed after he left Mueller. Where are they Lisa?”
Alyssa's tweet was met with mixed reactions from users. While some agreed with her, others defended Trump's speech.
"Unfair to teachers, also. We don’t want to appear biased and Trump is so inappropriate that most teachers don’t even want to bring up the topic of president," wrote one user, while another wrote, "My elderly mother saw it tonight. She was in tears. Asked me how it happened, would impeachment fix it. Doesn’t understand how such an evil man was elected. Worse than McCarthy, she says. She wants me to send her favorite Dem candidate some money tomorrow. It’s all I can do."
However, there were those who told the actress to be thankful that her child was not growing up "during the time when Bill Clinton was using a cigar and we had to listen to that crap my daughter was growing up" and advised her to "raise tougher children..."