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.
The fickle media really can’t make up their mind in how they want to attack President Trump. First, they faulted him for downplaying the coronavirus’s severity, saying that led to people acting irresponsibly and spreading the virus. Now, they are blaming him for stirring up fear and panic which is also causing people to die. On The View today, hosts Meghan McCain and Sunny Hostin tag-teamed to attack Trump with this second tactic.
It’s good to be a Democrat running for president on ABC's The View. The combative, liberal women are prone to interrupt and attack if a Republican presidential candidate comes on. But Joe Biden appeared on Tuesday for a friendly, gushing interview that lasted 24 minutes and 41 seconds. He faced almost no tough questions and talked for minutes on end without an interruption.
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 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.
The hosts of The View continued campaigning for Joe Biden on Tuesday’s show, while worrying that a candidate like Bernie Sanders becoming the nominee could sink the Democrats’ chances of winning back the White House. Co-host Whoopi Goldberg grumbled that she wanted the swamp and bureaucratic institutions “back” in Washington, and her fellow co-host Joy Behar went apocalyptic, claiming that Americans didn’t have “clean air or water” with President Trump in office.
The View co-host Joy Behar faced pushback from her liberal peers on Tuesday’s show, after she started defending Bernie Sanders comments praising Fidel Castro. However, some of her co-hosts shared her soft take towards the dictator in years past. After Barack Obama praised the dictator, Whoopi Goldberg defended the president's comments as “proper” and “diplomatic" because Cubans were "mourning" him. She also said that Cubans "grew up not thinking the Castro regime was bad."
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) got the gooey treatment by the hosts of The View Thursday, who all were smitten with the presidential candidate’s performance during last night’s democratic debate. While Joy Behar gave the candidate high marks, she couldn’t help but be miffed by Warren going after fellow Democrat Michael Bloomberg, saying she should’ve “gone after Trump more.”
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) appeared on The View Thursday to get the usual disdainful treatment that every Republican guest gets on the liberal talk show. It wasn’t the questions he was asked, but more so the rude outbursts, interruptions and snarky comments that came at every turn in the brief interview that displayed the hosts’ contempt for Trump supporters.
Two of the hosts of The View have now admitted that they don’t care what comes out against 2020 Democrats as long as they can beat Donald Trump. On Tuesday’s show, co-host Whoopi Goldberg became irritated as Meghan McCain shared Michael Bloomberg’s past sexist comments, announcing that none of that mattered to her because Trump hasn’t apologized for his own past crass comments about women. This comes on the heels of her co-host Joy Behar, dismissing Bloomberg’s problems with racism on Friday’s show, declaring Republicans were the “most racist.”
The media is still fantasizing over Stacey Abrams becoming the next Vice President. Last week on The View, co-host Whoopi Goldberg eagerly asked Joe Biden if he would make the failed gubernatorial candidate, his pick. On Monday’s show, the hosts petitioned Abrams herself to run, and cheered her on as she explained how she would forgo the Constitution to obliterate the electoral college.
After praising Nancy Pelosi’s antics at last night’s State of the Union address, The View hosts reserved their rage for President Trump awarding Rush Limbaugh the Presidential Medal of Freedom Award. Co-host Whoopi Goldberg claimed the influential talk radio host had done nothing to deserve it, while Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin attacked Limbaugh as a racist bigot.