“The View” host Joy Behar once again took shots at president-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday, this time focusing on his mental health.
During the “After The View” show, Joy Behar told the panel Trump would bring “mental illness” to the White House after Whoopi Goldberg quoted comedian Jon Stewart. Stewart said of Trump, “just like President Obama didn’t change and fix everything when he was in office, President Trump can’t ruin everything.” (RELATED: The Women Of ‘The View’ Turn On Kellyanne Conway: You Sound ‘Delusional’)
“Do you know how much damage he [Trump] can do in four years?” Behar exclaimed. “Do you have any idea? Trump has no experience, [Steve] Bannon has no experience in politics.”
“Yeah, but this new administration is bringing in something in we haven’t seen in a long time,” Goldberg said.
“Mental illness,” Behar interjected. “Sorry, I couldn’t control myself.”
“Maybe we can still get him out, there’s a possibility,” she added. “It’s not that I don’t agree with him, he’s not right in the head. Donald Trump has never appeared stable to me when he has come on the show, no he has not.”
“He’s doing what he said and he’s turning the establishment on its head,” TV host Sarah Haines added. “But rather than new experience he’s bringing in no experience and you know and that’s scary.”