“The View” host Whoopi Goldberg urged viewers to open their eyes to President Donald Trump’s lawlessness — and demand accountability.
The show’s panelists discussed former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski’s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, which co-host Abby Huntsman denounced as a “total embarrassment for democracy,” and Goldberg said it was even worse than that.
“Even if you start to impeach him, he’s there for the next two years,” said Goldberg, who was wearing a wig from her upcoming role in Stephen King’s “The Stand.” “It’s going to take that long. Look how long it took to impeach (Bill) Clinton.”
“I’m just saying, you know, at this point, you need to just clean out some of the folks that are sitting there because this is against the law,” she continued. “This is not America, you cannot break the law in America. You cannot say, ‘I’m above the law,’ because basically we’re a lawless country right now, and if you don’t see it, it’s because your eyes are closed.”
“Open your eyes, because this affects everybody,” Goldberg added. “This is all of us. If this goes bad for here, this goes bad in our country, it’s — it’s going to be a show.”
Trump campaign official buried in mockery for saying Biden is ‘hiding’ something by not agreeing to ear inspection
President Donald Trump's campaign on Tuesday demanded that Democratic rival Joe Biden agree to undergo a thorough ear inspection ahead of the first 2020 presidential debate to ensure that he has not been equipped with any special communications devices.
The Biden campaign has predictably laughed off the Trump campaign's demand -- but that hasn't stopped Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller from pressing the issue.
Columnist warns Republicans to stay away from making healthcare an issue — because they’ll get killed
Columnist and reporter for The Atlantic, Ron Brownstein, told Republicans that the biggest mistake they could make ahead of the November election is to try and talk about healthcare like they have a leg to stand on.
Writing Tuesday ahead of the first presidential debate, Brownstein noted that Republicans have been demanding the repeal and replacement of Obamacare for more than ten years, but at no time have they propose an alternative to the law. It was the main reason that Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) refused to support the repeal of the law.
WATCH: Violence flares at Trump rally as woman rants about the N-word
A disgraced talk radio host helped stir up a violent Massachusetts clash between President Donald Trump's supporters and some protesters.
Trump supporters gathered Saturday afternoon to wave "Make America Great Again" flags and cheer the president in Natick, and a group of protesters showed up to confront their demonstration, reported Patch.
Diana Ploss, a former conservative radio host, recorded Facebook Live video of herself confronting protesters when one of them played the song, "F*ck Trump," by YG and Nipsey Hussle.