The fallout from Whoopi Goldberg's comments about the Holocaust resulted in her being suspended for two weeks from her hosting duties on "The View". The decision reportedly did not sit well with her fellow co-hosts, with word that they were "furious" once the announcement was made.
The president of ABC News, Kim Godwin announced that Whoopi Goldberg would be suspended from her hosting duties on "The View" for two weeks following her comments made about the Holocaust the day before. Goldberg was immediately criticized for commenting that the Holocaust was "not about race" in a discussion concerning the banning of a graphic novel by a Tennessee school board depicting the events of the Holocaust.
The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg has always been pretty hit-and-miss when it comes to making an argument that really makes use of thorough critical thinking skills.
As previously reported, on Friday (Feb 5) Van Jones was a guest on The View, and things did not go well for him. The CNN political analyst got called out for hip flip-flopping opinions of Donald Trump, and it was quite entertaining for those tired of his tap-dancing antics on national television.
Scam Jones aka Van Jones Visited ‘The View’, Called Out For His Opportunistic Tap Dancing Tomfoolery
Today (Feb. 5), Van Jones was a guest on The View, and things did not go well for him. The CNN political analyst got called out for hip flip-flopping opinions of Donald Trump, and it was quite entertaining for those tired of his tap-dancing antics on national television.
When it comes to the daytime talk show The View, the circle of ladies is known for brazenly speaking their minds; but after senior host, Whoopi Goldberg, interviewed Bernie Sanders, many fans of the hit show were calling foul.
Whoopi Goldberg was just not having it today. On the latest episode of The View, Meghan McCain was spouting her usual talk over someone if they disagree antics and Goldberg had to intervene and strenuously tell her to “stop talking.”
The hosts of daytime talk show The View are known to go head to head with each other, but when it came time to interview Donald Trump Jr., the ladies put aside their differences for the common good.
Meghan McCain has been spurned by many fans and guests, but when she tried challenging the flow of the show, that’s where Whoopi drew the line.
Wendy Williams and the drama between her and estranged husband Kevin Hunter has played out in the public much like some of the scandals she’s covered over the years. However, the veteran host didn’t shy away from speaking about Hunter and his love child, even making a joke during a recent sit-down with The View.
Jemele Hill has already shown and proved she’s about that action, as evidenced by her Twitter account shutting down trolls in the wake of clapping at President Donald Trump. The latest addition to The Undefeated‘s stellar staff was a guest on The View where co-host tried to get Hill to change her tune in calling […]
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson sat down with the hosts of daytime talk show The View to discuss his show Power, the upcoming 50 Central series, Trump and more.