A couple of weeks ago, Wallace tweeted that he was “not a lawyer” and a “whistleblower” because he had been “moved by Trump to support the Republican candidate.”
Wallace, who was a member of the Trump campaign in 2016, also wrote that he believed that “the GOP will not survive” under a Trump presidency, and that “if they’re going to survive, they have to move forward and get rid of the Clintons.”
His tweet came after he read a story about how former President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski had recently called his ex-wife, Natasha Stoynoff, a liar and a slut and told her she should be “shot for her actions.”
The tweets, which came after a Washington Post report revealed that Trump had paid former Fox News host Megyn Kelly $10 million in a settlement over an October 2016 interview, were the latest in a string of legal attacks by the former Apprentice star.
In March, Wallac said that he had not received a dime from the Trump family, and the next day, he told CNN, “I’m not an insider.
I don’t know what’s going on.”
Wallace also tweeted in February that he “will not vote for Donald Trump.”
In May, he said he would not vote in the upcoming presidential election because he was not “a fan of his candidacy,” but later clarified that he would vote for Trump in 2020.
In April, Wallach said he was quitting the Trump organization after a number of women came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct by Trump.
“I am not a fan of Donald Trump,” Wallace said in an interview with The Daily Beast.
“I will not vote, and I will not support his campaign.
That is not something I have ever done.
But I will be out in the public eye if Donald Trump wins.
I’m just not a supporter of him.”