MSNBC Host Skewers Hillary, Says She 'Needs to Stop' Talking About Sexual Harassment Until Bill Apologizes

| NOV 20, 2017 | 6:00 PM

MSNBC's “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski is apparently having some sort of revelation regarding former President Bill Clinton.

On Monday, the liberal co-anchor said former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton “needs to stop” talking about sexual harassment and assault until her husband, Bill Clinton, apologizes for the numerous allegations against him.

“I'm sorry, but I'm not sorry, actually. Hillary Clinton needs to stop,” Brzezinski said. “She needs to stop talking about this topic unless Bill Clinton wants to come forward and apologize for being a sexual harasser, for settling with women. He needs to apologize.”

She continued:

“He needs to apologize as quickly as Al Franken did, as Mark Halperin did, and as much as he wants to. These men who are apologizing, we need to deal with them, but if you are not going to apologize, and it's clear you've done something wrong, please, please, you, the politician, and your wife, the politician, need to not talk about these issues.”

Brzezinski made the bombshell remarks after NBC News White House correspondent Kristen Welker shared a tweet from President Donald Trump, who was calling out Hillary Clinton for bringing up the numerous allegations against him:

As Welker was reading the tweet, Brzezinski interjected, “Oh, my God” — a comment she later clarified was not in response to Trump's tweet but the fact that Hillary Clinton continues to weigh in on the issue of sexual assault.

“She's not helping,” the “Morning Joe” co-host asserted.

This comes just days after Brzezinski called Bill Clinton a “predator.”

“There are cases where the predator flourished and continued to be the president of the United States. I'm talking about Bill Clinton,” she said last week. “Where the women were attacked, where they were settled with, and their lives were ruined. Monica Lewinsky. And forever stamped with a scarlet letter.”

Watch the Monday segment below.