Donald Trump Jr. spars with 'The View' hosts, from blackface to rape

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Further addressing how she feels the president has negatively treated others, in particular her father, Meghan - whose father ran against Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election - continues, "For me, it would not have been worth it".

"I don't think any of that makes me feel good, but I do think that we got into this because we wanted to do what's right for America", Trump responded. He then sidestepping the question by listing off a bunch of alleged achievements from his father's administration, some of which the panel pushed back again on. "But he took on the establishment, and that's the premier sin in American politics these days".

Whoopi: Are you questioning my character?

Goldberg snapped back: "Now that you've broken this piece of ice, because I guess it is the fight you wanted ... are you questioning my character?" "You and your family have hurt a lot of people and put a lot of people through a lot of pain including the Khan family, who was a gold star family that I think should be respected for the loss of their son".

"I don't know if you guys [AL.com] do, but I've seen it" said Trump supporter Stephen Daly of Tuscaloosa, referring to media bias, as he waited in line outside the upper floor of the Books-A-Million in Brookwood Village with his son Sam, a University of Alabama freshman.

Was it worth it, though, she pressed, hurting all those people?

Further defending Donald Jr., Kimberly adds, "And I know how hard it is for him when everybody is attacking his family, they're out in front of our apartment, they want to put him in jail". Guilfoyle then jumped in, indicating there was "no finer human now being" than the late John McCain.

"Listen, this is not a MAGA rally, OK?" "It breaks my heart to hear anybody say just about anything about your father".

"I don't know what my takeaway is but when you're not here, I hate the show", McCain added.

An ABC source had told us earlier Wednesday that the network was considering its options - but added that it was more hard because the person no longer works there, but they did, the leak would be a "fireable offense". He's brought jobs back. You can do it.

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"You're at the White House", co-host Abby Huntsman shot back.

The audience showered Donald Trump Jr.in boos in a contentious appearance on "The View".

Here's where matters went nuclear.

"We've all done things we regret".

Trump Jr. has consistently said he hasn't profited off of his father's presidency.

US Weekly also used the term "blackface" to describe Behar's costume in an article titled "Joy Behar Slammed After Blackface Halloween Photo Resurfaces: 'I Went as a Beautiful African Woman'". "It breaks my heart to hear anybody say anything about your father, I understand that, and I know how hard it is". This I can say.

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He explained it was not, but tried defending himself by expressing it can be fair sport simply because they had been chatting about "character".

Whoopi: I'm sorry now what you can't do. "I do spend a lot of time in middle America, I spend a lot of time there and honestly, people are happy". "Brad Edwards, (Ms Roberts" lawyer), the attorney, three years ago saying, 'There will come a day, when we will realise Jeffrey Epstein was the most prolific paedophile this country had ever known.' I had it all three years ago".

As the shouting ongoing, Goldberg then threw to a different industrial.

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