Fashion designer and liberal activist Diane von Furstenberg is clearly NOT a Tucker Carlson fan. So much so that she just called him a “white man with a small penis.”
So, how on earth did things escalate that quickly?
During a panel appearance at Tina Brown’s Women in the World Summit with other guests including Teen Vogue editor Elaine Welteroth and “Black-ish” actress Tracee Ellis Ross, Von Furstenberg referred to last December’s Carlson clash with Teen Vogue writer Lauren Duca as she attempted to defend the man who bullied and hectored Ivanka Trump while on a plane with her children.
Here’s the exchange between Carlson and Duca, from our December coverage:
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When Duca called him a “partisan hack,” Carlson finished the interview by telling Duca to “stick to the thigh-high boots. You’re better at that.”
Duca can be heard calling Carlson a “sexist pig” as her mic was being disconnected.
So, what did Von Furstenberg have to say about Carlson’s retort?
“It’s only the vengeance of the white man with a small penis.”
Watch the video below and let us know what you think. Sure, she’s a liberal and thus by definition hates Donald Trump, Tucker Carlson, and anyone else who dares espouse non-liberal ideologies, but are Von Fursenberg’s words appropriate to describe a man who was simply verbally defending the right of a woman and her children from being accosted on an airplane?
Not appropriate, but not surprising either, coming from the source.
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