The audience of the VIEW were applauding @DonaldJTrumpJr and Whoopi was not happy.
— Chuck Woolery (@chuckwoolery) November 8, 2019
FoxNews.com reports that
Donald Trump Jr. went into enemy territory on Thursday prepared for a fight, and a fight he got.
Minutes into his appearance on the left-leaning daytime chatfest “The View,” co-host Joy Behar rattled off a laundry list of President Trump’s mishaps and controversial moments when Trump Jr. reminded the panel that “we’ve all done things that we regret.”
The president’s oldest son, who was joined on the show by his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, went on the offensive, accusing “Joy Behar of once using “blackface,” and calling out Whoopi Goldberg’s past comments diminishing the seriousness of director Roman Polanski’s sexual assault of a minor. Then, when the show went to commercial, Trump Jr. took to Twitter to continue the barrage.
“We’ve all done things that we regret. Joy, you have worn blackface,” Trump Jr. said at one point during the contentious segment. “Whoopi, you said that Roman Polanski… it wasn’t ‘rape-rape,’ when he raped a child.”
Goldberg snapped back: “Now that you’ve broken this piece of ice, because I guess it is the fight you wanted…are you questioning my character?”
“I’m not questioning your character. I’m talking about, you’re questioning my father’s character and I say we all have done and said things,” Trump Jr. said before being interrupted by Goldberg.
Behar, an outspoken critic of President Trump, denied wearing blackface. However, Trump Jr. tweeted a 2016 clip showing Behar admitting she wore the offending getup along with a picture of her in the costume. Earlier this year, footage of Behar dressed up as a “beautiful African woman” was resurfaced by TheWrap amid a series of blackface scandals making national headlines.
Trump Jr. did the same for Goldberg, tweeting a link to an article featuring her cringe-worthy quotes about Polanski.
ABC News did not immediately respond to a series of questions, including whether or not Trump Jr. will be invited back on “The View.”
At one point Behar even disciplined the in-studio crowd for applauding Trump Jr.
“Listen, this is not a MAGA rally, OK,” Behar said.
…Following the show, Trump Jr. took to Twitter again.
“I don’t think I’ve enjoyed an interview this much in my life,” he wrote. “Guess you could say that I just #Triggered The View!!!”
You know, I think he’s right.
Just as in the case of Shifty Schiff and the rest of the Democratic Hierarchy, the self-righteous women on “The View” believe that they are infinitely smarter than any individual who comes into their presence.
Therefore, when someone effectively stands up to their condescending questioning, they drop their masks of sophistication and lose their cool, resulting in entertaining moments, like those viewed on yesterday’s program.
If Don Jr. had been thinking about it, he could have asked Whoopi why she approved of her then-boyfriend Ted Danson of “Cheers” fame dressing up in blackface at a Friar’s Roast of her in October of 2013.
Liberals like Whoopi and the gals are long on self-righteousness and short of memory.
And, while we are on the subject of the women on “The View”, is it just me or have you noticed also that when women leave Fox News for CNN or shows like “The View”, that their true Liberal Ideology blossoms forth in full bloom?
I’m just saying.
Don Jr. is just like his Dad.
He fights back.
I do not know what “The View’s” Producers were expecting him to do when they booked him for the show.
If they thought that he would sit there meekly and allow Behar and company to savage him and his Dad, they woefully overestimated themselves.
Come to think of it, that has been entire Democratic Party’s problem since before the 2016 Presidential Election.
Their overestimation of their own intelligence and underestimating of an outsider like President Trump has proven to be their undoing and a source of embarrassment for them, time and time again.
And, darned if they did not overestimate themselves and underestimated a Trump…again.
Some people refuse to learn.
Until He Comes,