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[Watch] Michelle Wolf Compares Ivanka Trump to Herpes and a Vaginal Mesh



We are a couple of months removed from Michelle Wolf’s controversial monologue at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, where the comedian took some heat for poking fun at Sarah Sanders’ eye makeup. The comedic monologue, which paled in comparison to some of the things the President has said about women in real life, was mainly criticized by those on the right, while Democrats simply blew it off as comedy.

Then, only a few weeks ago, a fellow female comedy, Samantha Bee, took even more heat for calling the President’s daughter, Ivanka Trump a demeaning name, which referred to the female genitalia.

During a new segment of Wolf’s latest show on Netflix, “The Break With Michelle Wolf,” the comedian seems to have stepped things up a few notches. In the segment, which debuted yesterday, Wolf compared Ivanka Trump, along with other members of the Trump administration, to some not-so-awesome things. The purpose of this segment was to suggest ways in which the public could react to the Trump administration should they bump into them in a public space.

“You have to insult them specifically. ‘You’re a c*nt’ doesn’t hurt them. It’s on their vision board,” Wolf stated before diving into a blizzard of possible insults against Administration officials.

“Ivanka, you’re like vaginal mesh. You were supposed to support women but now you have blood all over you and you’re at the center of a dozen lawsuits,” Wolf states.

She then went on to compare Ivanka to ‘herpes’ asking “Is your nickname herpes? Because you’re not necessarily the most dangerous person in the administration but you’re very unpleasant, totally incurable and you always show up when we’re about to get f*cked.”

While comedians have been attacking politicians for decades, those on the right feel that the attacks of the President’s family should not continue. The difference, however, between this administration and others, is that Trump employs his family members as part of his administration, apparently giving comedians and entertainers an opening to include them in their often brutal attacks.

With that said, it seems rather ironic, that supporters of the man who ran on not being “politically correct,’ can’t seem to accept jokes which are not politically correct.

Watch the segment from Wolf below: