MSNBC's Ruhle Ends Segment by Mocking Manafort: 'Haven't Had the FBI Raid My House'

August 10, 2017

MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle mocked former Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort on Thursday over the reported FBI raid of his home last month.

Ruhle and two of her panel members, former Democratic New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and MSNBC guest Elise Jordan, dug into the explosive news of Manafort's home being raided by the FBI, Mediaite reported.

The panel exchanged sarcastic comments regarding Manafort and his loyalty to President Donald Trump and his family.

"Certainly someone as intelligent as [Manafort] is and as experienced as he is, you start throwing them under the bus, and not just their reputation but their potential freedom is at risk, they're not going to take it," Quinn said.

She went on to say that Manafort knows the Trump family is not to be trusted and will never show loyalty.

Jordan agreed and said the only person Trump has shown full loyalty to during his presidency is his daughter, Ivanka Trump.

"If I'm Paul Manafort — maybe he's a bigger person than I am — I'd be pretty angry that President Trump doesn't give me any respect for securing the nomination for him," Jordan said. "Trump would not be president without Paul Manafort."

Ruhle ended the segment by saying that Manafort had not been charged with any crime as of yet.

"This is extraordinary," Ruhle added before heading to commercial. "I haven't had the FBI raid my house any time recently."