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Joy Behar calls for Rep. Stefanik's staff to quit: 'We're warning you... it's only going to get worse'

Joy Behar warned Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., and her staff to "quit now" or "it’s only going to get worse," during Monday’s episode of "The View." The daytime talk show hosts partially blamed the recent mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, on Stefanik and GOP colleagues, after the apparent manifesto of the shooter was discovered online. Behar railed against Stefanik, saying she espoused the same racist views as the shooter.
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Don't Interrupt Joy Behar — Ever

It's been a heavy couple of weeks on The View, but the ladies managed to inject some levity whenever possible. In this episode of The View in Review Podcast, we discuss the panel's reaction to the Supreme Court’s leaked Roe v. Wade decision, Alyssa Farah Griffin’s four days at the table, the drag queen takeover, and more.
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Joy Behar Praises Biden's WHCD Response: Trump Would've Been 'Plotting His Revenge'

New! Listen to our weekly View in Review podcast. The women of The View had nothing but kind things to say about the White House Correspondents' Dinner. As Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro recalled their favorite moments from the event, Joy Behar praised host Trevor Noah for his "smoothly integrated" punchlines, and she applauded President Biden for laughing off the jokes — particularly when his predecessor seemed unable to do so.

Joy Behar Compares “Ticked Off” Trump to “Mentally Stable” Biden on ‘The View’: “That’s the Difference Between the 2 Presidents”

While Joy Behar may not have secured a seat the the White House Correspondents Dinner, that didn’t stop her from chiming in on Washington’s biggest night. The View cohost pitted former president Donald Trump against President Joe Biden on Monday morning when she compared their respective senses of humor at the annual event — or in Trump’s case, lack thereof. The White House Correspondents Dinner, which took place Saturday evening in D.C., marked the first time since 2019 that celebrities and politicians mingled at the “nerd prom.” While the president always attends the event, Trump broke tradition in 2017 by refusing to...

'The View': Whoopi Goldberg's Sudden Absence Explained by Joy Behar

Whoopi Goldberg is taking a hiatus from The View. During Monday's episode of the hit ABC morning show, the Hot Topics table was looking a little different as former White House communications director Alyssa Farah Griffin sat in as a guest host alongside Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin, Ana Navarro, and Joy Behar, who explained the reason for Goldberg's extended absence.

Did Whoopi Finally Leave ‘The View’? Joy Behar Says “She’ll Be Gone For Awhile”

Longtime fans of The View have come to find Whoopi Goldberg an inextricable (and at times, quite controversial) part of the daytime talk show. She has, after all, been a main co-host on the show for the past 15 years. So it’s no wonder that people have been wondering over the last few days about Whoopi’s whereabouts. How long Whoopi is going to be gone? #TheView — C. Nelson (@Denali99) April 12, 2022 Where’s Whoopi?! #TheView — Nikki Pooh (@SimiraNB) April 12, 2022 Well, no need to worry too much. Whoopi will be back, but, as Joy Behar explained at the beginning of Monday, April...

Joy Behar says Whoopi Goldberg will be absent from The View for ‘a while’

Joy Behar says Whoopi Goldberg will be absent from The View for “a while” as she’s filming Prime Video’s upcoming series adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Anansi Boys.On Monday’s (11 April) episode of the daytime talk show, Behar said: “If you’re wondering where Whoopi is, the girl’s got a movie she’s making and she will be back when she finishes whatever she’s doing.”“So she’s gone for a while,” she added. According to Variety, Anansi Boys is being filmed in Scotland.In the six-episode show, Goldberg is set to play the role of Bird Woman, who is the God of Birds...

Joy Behar Says Marjorie Taylor Greene 'Has a Mustache,' Among Other Bizarre Comments

New! Listen to our weekly View in Review podcast. After a week of intense political debates, the women of The View embraced Feel Good Friday with a morning of lighthearted Hot Topics. During a discussion about Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's feud with Jimmy Kimmel, Joy Behar sent things off the rails with a series of bizarre comments, from asking guest co-host LeAnn Rimes if she's "ever been assaulted" while performing, to calling out Greene's "mustache."

Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin School Stephanie Grisham: 'Why Does This Sound Like Fox News?'

New! Listen to our weekly View in Review podcast. Hot Topics lived up to its name Wednesday morning when Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin joined forces to shut down Stephanie Grisham's stance on immigration. After Grisham decried "open border policies" and people coming into the United States "illegally," the co-hosts accused her of "spewing talking points" and discriminating against Black and brown refugees. As Behar so eloquently put it, "Why does this sound like Fox News?"