ABC White House Correspondent and head of the White House Correspondents’ Association Jonathan Karl joined the hosts of The View on Tuesday’s show to answer complaints the ladies had about how President Trump treats the press. While the hosts lavished praise on the reporter whom Trump called “third rate” yesterday, one host even demanded Karl lead a rebellion in the briefing room when the press corps did not get the answers they wanted from the President.
Members of the media should take note: when even a Democrat politician from one of the most liberal states in the country won’t take your bait to bash the president, maybe you should just throw in the towel now. On The View today, California’s Governor Gavin Newsom called in to discuss how his state is responding to COVID-19. Of course the anti-Trump hosts attempted to get the liberal Democrat to attack President Trump, but surprisingly, Newsom praised the president instead.
One day after county officials linked the outbreak of coronavirus in New Orleans to its celebration of Mardi Gras culminating on February 25, the city’s Democrat mayor was invited on The View to do some damage control. But instead of taking responsibility, LaToya Cantrell put the blame on Trump, just as the media has done.
Those in the media suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome really can’t decide what they want from this administration: One day, it’s more transparency; the next, it’s censorship. The View co-host Sunny Hostin taking a note from The Washington Post’s Margaret Sullivan, argued on Monday’s show that the networks should refuse to air President Trump’s daily press conference updates on the coronavirus because they’re full of “misinformation.”
On The View Friday, the hosts continued speculating about who Democrat frontrunner Joe Biden would pick for his Vice President. After sharing her pipedream last week that either Barack or Michelle Obama could be Biden’s VP, Whoopi continued her nostalgic fantasizing for the Obama years on today’s show, this time suggesting Hillary Clinton be his pick.
The View hosts found a silver lining to the coronavirus pandemic on Friday’s show, namely, that it proved how well Socialism worked. Co-host Sunny Hostin gushed that the coronavirus has caused Americans to embrace health and work policies that are rooted in socialist philosophies so that was a “wonderful” thing.
The unhinged media is still politicizing the spread of COVID-19, and pointing fingers at President Trump after he addressed the nation last night. The hosts of The View unanimously panned the speech for lacking emotion and being "xenophobic" while claiming that “Trump’s party” doesn’t care about Americans. Even right-leaning host Meghan McCain and liberal Joy Behar agreed that this was going to be the “silver bullet” that took down the Trump presidency.
Shortly after The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg insisted that the media wasn’t politicizing the coronavirus on Wednesday’s show, her co-host, Joy Behar did just that, predicting that the virus would keep Trump from getting re-elected. Former conservative co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck was also at the table and she started arguing with liberal hosts Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin pretty quickly over Trump’s handling of the coronavirus.
Nobody should be surprised that The View on ABC broke out on Friday into a denunciation of "patriarchy" and "misogyny" after Elizabeth Warren dropped out of the presidential race. After a few clips of Warren playing the Sexism card, Meghan McCain blamed the media. Can anyone cite a specific example of vicious anti-Warren news coverage?
The typically outspoken hosts of The View couldn’t bring themselves to condemn Democrat minority leader Sen. Chuck Schumer, after he publicly threatened two Supreme Court justices during a pro-abortion rally, Wednesday. In fact, the only real opinion that was shared was defending Schumer’s shocking words.
The hosts of The View were so thrilled by 2020 Democrat candidate Joe Biden dominating Super Tuesday, on Wednesday morning that one host claimed Biden’s wife, who is an English professor, should become the leading medical authority in the country. Not only that, but she floated the possibility of Barack Obama becoming President Biden's pick for Vice President.
After MSNBC Hardball host Chris Matthews was forced out of a job Monday, the hosts of ABC’s The View had mixed reactions on Tuesday’s show. While some of the hosts praised Matthews, Joy Behar revealed she was fed up with the host’s sexist remarks about women. In particular, she was peeved he had complimented Republican women’s appearances while disparaging Hillary Clinton’s.