‘View’ Hosts Blow Up On Giuliani, Defend Stormy Daniels’ Profession And ‘Credibility’ [VIDEO]

Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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“The View” blew up Thursday over Rudy Giuliani’s comments about not respecting porn star Stormy Daniels.

The comments came during a panel discussion lead by Whoopi Goldberg about how President Donald Trump’s attorney “weighed in on what the first lady thinks about Stormy Daniels claim that she had an affair with her husband.”

“I have so many things to say, so just bear with me. First of all, I just want to say, that we interviewed Stormy Daniels on the show, and James Comey and Michael Avenatti all within a day of each other and I found her by far the most credible and well spoken,” Meghan McCain explained. “So I just want to say that first and foremost, there’s no reason anyone should question this woman’s credibility. Number two, Mayor Giuliani was divorced three times, married his second wife Donna Hanover, dating his first wife. He held a press conference announcing that he and Hanover were separating. It goes on, and on, and he spent years estranged from his kids. Married his second cousin in his first marriage.”

“Let’s calm with a moral judgment on people’s industry,” she added. “Can I just say one more thing? I just want to say one more thing. I have friends who work in the sex industry. I wrote a book called “America, You Sexy Bitch,” where I shadowed a strip club with Sapphire with wonderful women I became friends with. One of them is a woman named Daisy Delfina, and I was messaging her about this, and she said, ‘sex work is work, and like any other business, it’s bad with laws, criminalizing consensual transactional sex. He just ounds like the typical cheap blank that can’t afford our services.'”

“I have one more little factoid. Apparently, I didn’t even know this,” Joy Behar interjected. “Apparently, in 1994, 2000 and 2002, Tump made cameo appearances in several soft core “Playboy” skin flicks. Trump himself. So, Rudy, you better get your act together.”

“Well I hink about when you have no credible, necessary contrary points and this is all playing out still, and you have to discredit the witness. Isn’t that what you do,” Sarah Haines interjected.

“I also think that they are scared of Stormy Daniels. Why is this suddenly coming about,” Behar responded.

“This stigmatizing of people in the sex industry. It is legal. It’s consensual. And by the way, the only industry where women make more money than men, okay? So can we stop with the judgment on her profession,” McCain explained.