The author told "The View" on Wednesday that when he found out little kids were being locked up in cages, he couldn't help but think, "This is like my book.”
Meghan McCain said Huffman and husband Willam H. Macy were “the poster children for everything people hate about white privilege."
"He’s obviously ruffled the feathers of some very powerful people" who "want to keep him quiet," Anderson argued on "The View."
The "View" co-host slammed the publication for its framing of a profile of her, calling it the reason "why people don’t talk to journalists and never tell them anything real."
"The View" co-host tells Elle magazine she regrets insulting Donald Trump's 2016 opponent. "She was friends with my dad."
The senator said people had gone "crazy with their outrage" after Donald Trump attacked four progressive congresswomen.
The "View" host later said she and Behar use the word with each other backstage all the time.
“I’m sorry but it’s all over the internet."
Dr. Jorge Rodriguez appeared on "The View" to warn about the dangers of pneumonia.
Shout out to Denise, who was at the "View" co-host's wedding.
The "View" co-host recalled the 2020 candidate's "born to be in it" remark from his Vanity Fair profile.
“Who’s beloved?” asked Joy Behar. “He's beloved, really?”
“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.
“I’m sorry she was treated the way she was treated,” Biden said, once again not recognizing his role in how she was treated.
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.”
"I think you don't run for second place," the rising Democratic star said on "The View."
Behar said she and Hasselbeck "never fought backstage," which is apparently not the case with McCain.
The fake comment went viral on Twitter as some people supported it and others defended FLOTUS.