Nancy Mace Fires Back at ‘Rape Shamer’ George Stephanopoulos After His Attack on Sunday Show – EVOL

Republican Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina fired back at ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos on Monday for “bullying” and “shaming” her for her support of former President Donald Trump, who has been the subject of unproven sexual assault allegations.

Stephanopoulos and Mace clashed on “This Week” on Sunday over her support for Trump and the $83 million judgment against Trump in a civil defamation action brought by writer E. Jean Carroll. Mace said the ABC News anchor had “no idea” what she had gone through.

“I was so shocked and dismayed by the line of questioning. George Stephanopoulos tried to bully me and shame me as a rape survivor over my support for Donald Trump, which is insane to me, because he wasn’t found guilty of rape anywhere,” Mace told Fox News host Harris Faulkner.

“But the other thing is that George Stephanopoulos doesn’t – he has never felt the shame of rape. He doesn’t know what this journey is like. It’s a journey of healing over a lifetime and I will tell you, I’ve been built for tough, I’ve been through some very tough things, including the Citadel. The Citadel made me tougher than I’ve ever been.



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