Joy Behar

McCain says she had postpartum anxiety and “Joy seemed to smell that vulnerability like a shark smells blood” in her new memoir, “Bad Republican.”
Watch the amazing moment that hosts Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro were asked to leave the set of “The View” after testing positive for the coronavirus.
The co-host ultimately told her conservative counterpart she had been a "formidable opponent."
“By the way, that inappropriate joke I made for daytime television? Scratch it. Make believe I never said it,” Behar said on Tuesday.
Whoopi Goldberg and other "View" co-hosts worried the Fox News host will heighten vaccine hesitancy.
“That’s so nasty, that’s so nasty,” McCain said on the show Tuesday. “I was teasing. You said something rude. That’s so rude.”
“Trump ... has to look like a normal, compassionate, empathetic human being,” McCain said. Co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Joy Behar giggled.
"I trust the FDA and so should all Americans. Vanquishing this virus should be our collective top priority," the first daughter tweeted at "The View" co-host.
"The View’s" resident Republican predicts the president's insistence on making “stupid, undisciplined comments" will cost him the election.
Former National Security Adviser John Bolton has been repeatedly grilled for refusing to testify in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial and save his insights about the Trump administration for a lucrative book deal.
Former National Security Adviser John Bolton has been repeatedly grilled for refusing to testify in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial and save his insights about the Trump administration for a lucrative book deal.
“Let’s not forget that I provide employment for right-wing media,” the daytime talk show co-host joked.
Since the 77-year-old is at higher risk from the virus, she will stay home as a precaution, Variety reported.
"It’s not often in life that you get these moments to go fight for something that you are so passionate about," she explained.
The rock singer also drunkenly targeted talk shows hosts Joy Behar and Kathie Lee Gifford in footage filmed at his own bar in Nashville.
Panelists on "The View" discussed the disappointing reality that such behavior should be deemed heroic.
"That is extremely offensive to me and to every woman of color,” the Hawaii representative and presidential hopeful said on the talk show.
The news that the president's son will appear on the show on its 5,000th episode did not go down well.
"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.