The ladies of ABC’s “The View” were discussing the merits of Google Thursday morning, when Nicolle Wallace dished about her marriage. She says it’s a great “marriage device” because it settles fights — IMMEDIATELY.
“I’m sort of a dinosaur, I still read three newspapers every morning,” she confessed. “I’m a geek, I like getting ink on my fingers. I think it helps marriages. Because you’re having a fight and you’re like, let’s settle it, honey. We’ll Google it.”
Wallace marriage political fights must get really wonky. She’s married to Mark Wallace, a former Bush-appointed U.S. ambassador to the UN. He heads the Tigris Financial Group and United Against Nuclear Iran, a bipartisan non-profit. He was active in Florida Gov. Jeb Bush‘s campaigns and was deputy campaign manager for George W. Bush‘s reelection campaign.
Nicolle also worked for George W. Bush’s 2004 reelection campaign and was a senior advisor to the McCain-Palin presidential ticket in 2008.
She explained, “I love Google as, like, a marriage device.”
C0-host Rosie O’Donnell got all curious and wanted to know the last fight Wallace and her husband had that required a Google Intervention.
“Probably some nerdy statistic about like convention speeches or something and I was like, no, Bill Clinton spoke in prime time. No he didn’t. I’ll Google it honey,” Wallace said, relaying an example. “Even when you’re wrong, you’re like, well, I’m wrong but it says in here they thought about doing it in prime time. It’s like a great way to clear things up IMMEDIATELY.”
Rosie cooed, “I love that you fight about politics, that’s so cute.”