Responding to a panelist who had a fiery on-air debate with a Sanders surrogate over former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's rise in the primaries, Wallace stressed that Democrats should dwell on "the system" that allowed the billionaire businessman to run a formidable campaign.
"The enemy is the guy in the Oval Office who thinks there were good people on both sides in Charlottesville," Wallace said. "The enemy is the guy in the Oval Office who just got a permission slip to cheat in presidential elections. The enemy is a guy who calls his generals 'dopes and losers,' who he didn't want to go into battle with. That is the enemy."
She continued, "I am nauseous when I see Democrats fight amongst themselves."
The MSNBC host repeated her vow to vote for any Democrat who is nominated in the general election, even if it's an "automobile."
"I feel so wary when I see these really, really, intense fights around someone trying to help y'all win," she added.
Wallace, a former White House staffer for President George W. Bush, later claimed that if it were the Republicans, they would take Bloomberg's money and tell him "help me kill Trump."