The View cohost breaks face as Whoopi Goldberg challenges her to call Donald Trump ‘former boss’

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Although she has attempted to rehabilitate her career as a live co-host Scene, Alyssa Farrah Griffinas in the past Donald Trump Ally took the lead role in Wednesday's broadcast.

The 67-year-old moderator said, “One of the reasons we're in this position is because people have seen someone that people have voted for this position because we have you-know-who”. Whoopi Goldberg said of George SantosCongress recently indicted on federal charges, while indirectly referring to Trump by the moniker she has been using for years. ,[He] Normalized all such behavior. This is not normal behaviour. From the time I was a little kid we all used to say, grown ups always used to say that you can't trust a politician. You can always take this with a grain of salt, but it's hard to trust a politician anymore, and I put that completely in his lap. I put it in you-know-who's lap.”

and Alyssa Farrah Griffin on ‘The View'

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Goldberg then turned to Griffin, who worked for Trump's communications team during his presidency, and raised his finger as she challenged him to speak amid the ongoing political chaos.

“I don't know if you'll ever catch up to your former boss,” Griffin told Griffin, who appeared visibly uncomfortable as Goldberg put a stop to the former vice president's potential bid in the 2024 election. “You need to tell him to stop [Mike] Pence, you need to tell him to stop doing that.”

Griffin did not directly address the moment, and shifted the conversation back to Santos when she spoke across the table.

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33-year-old's term is on Scene Selective criticism has been received from the audience, and that is regular butted head with fellow panelists Ana Navarro, However, he spoke out against Trump consistently while on the show, including after Trump became the first president in April The history of the United States will be charged with a crime,

Griffin said at the time, “There's a bunch of reporting out there that Trump is loving it.” “I know him well enough to know he's not loving it, he's spiraling, he's someone who despite his terrible actions thinks of a legacy as to how he's perceived. And Now, his life, whether it's his obituary, is going to say he was the first U.S. president to be indicted. Right now, his team is reeling from a possible gag order from the judge who will tell them what happened. I will stop speaking. And that's what he wants, he wants to go out and frame it his way and spin it to the public.”

Scene Airs weekdays at 11am ET/PT ABC,

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