The scandal surrounding Michelle Obama’s racist attack on the Republican Party is exploding.

Her bigoted remarks outraged millions of Americans.

But the RNC Chairwoman responded, and shut her down in epic fashion.

RNC National Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel responded to the former First Lady’s disgusting attack that the GOP was nothing but white men with one cutting, but to the point, tweet.

Obama kicked off an uproar when she attacked the GOP as being nothing but white men.

Breitbart reports:

Tuesday at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women, former first lady Michelle Obama said when she attended the State of the Union address she would notice the Republican side was “all men, all white,” and that was why she argued many people of color “don’t trust politics.”

Speaking about diversity, Obama said, “We should be working actively to mix it up, so we’re getting a real broad range of perspectives on every issue. Shoot, I would see that in Congress.”

She explained, “At the State of the Union address … when you are in the room, what you can see is this real dichotomy. It’s a feeling of color almost. On one side of the room is literally gray and white. Literally, that is the color palette on one side of the room. On the other side of the room, there are yellows and blues and whites and greens. Physically, there’s a difference in color, in the tone, because on one side all men, all white, on the other side some women, some people of color.”

She continued, “I look at that, and I go, ‘no wonder.’ No wonder we struggle, no wonder people don’t trust politics. We’re not even noticing what these rooms look like.”

She added, “If people haven’t had the experience of being other and out, and you are trying to fix the problem of those folks, it’s hard to come up with the right answer when you haven’t lived it.”

Fox News also pointed out the absurdity of Obama’s attempt to smear the GOP:

“Not only is the head of the RNC a woman, but dozens of women and minorities are Republican members of Congress, including Rep. Mia Love of Utah and Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina.

In the 115th Congress, there are 14 minority Republicans in the House and four in the Senate. There are currently 24 Republican Congresswomen and five female Republican Senators.

The Obama comments came after the former first lady also angered Republicans by criticizing women who voted for President Trump.

“Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice,” Obama told the audience during a talk at a marketing conference last month in Boston, according to Boston.com.

She was taking a swipe at a large swath of the population — according to exit polls, 41 percent of women voted for Trump in November.”

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