Joy Behar

"He’s obviously ruffled the feathers of some very powerful people" who "want to keep him quiet," Anderson argued on "The View."
But the real "enemy is the guy tweeting in his toilet," co-host Joy Behar reminds the audience.
The "View" host later said she and Behar use the word with each other backstage all the time.
“I’m sorry — I’m pissed,” Behar's co-host Whoopi Goldberg said of Trump's more than $1 billion in business losses in the '80s and '90s.
Joy Behar, however, says she still misses comedian Fred Armisen's shoulder pads.
Leslie Jones' Whoopi Goldberg has to squirt down "Behar" and Aidy Bryant's "Arizona princess Meghan McCain."
Another heated exchange between Behar and McCain was about to go off the rails when Goldberg stepped in and said, “We’re not going to do this.”
“F**k that!” the co-host said backstage in 2006 after a heated exchange with Barbara Walters on-air.
Behar said she and Hasselbeck "never fought backstage," which is apparently not the case with McCain.
"We’re sad for them, but what are we going to do? It’s terrible,” said "The View" co-host.
“Can I say something now? Is that OK with you, Joy?" asked "The View" co-host McCain.
“Your entry into this race will guarantee Trump another four years,” Joy Behar told the former Starbucks CEO.
There's no border wall, taxes didn't drop, the air is getting polluted and the U.S. is losing its allies. But at least Trump fans can hang their hats on this.
The comedian roasted the president for perhaps not realizing he is the "Individual-1" mentioned in Friday's court documents.
"The View" co-hosts finally said they weren't interested in hearing what each other had to say.
The singer insulted the comedian while talking about mending our politically divided nation.
Kid Rock is being replaced with Waffle House shooting hero James Shaw Jr. after the country rapper used an expletive to refer to Joy Behar.
The singer insisted he was joking and said he hopes the country can be less politically polarized.
She had two reasons: It’s her 20th anniversary on the show and Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to Congress.