His remarks come in response to Meghan McCain's new memoir, "Bad Republican," in which she referred to Trump's daughter and son-in-law as "funeral crashers."
Meghan McCain has shared her unfiltered thoughts on a number of guests during her time on "The View."
Rice said that on the day of the January 6 riot, she cried for the first time since she was the National Security Adviser during the September 11 attacks.
Thanks to their opposing political views, Meghan McCain and Joy Behar often clashed on "The View"—and McCain has revealed that one spat sparked a panic attack.
Candace Cameron Bure appeared on "The View" between 2015 and 2016, becoming the show's conservative Republican voice during that time.
"Shark Tank" star Barbara Corcoran faced a backlash for her joke made at Whoopi Goldberg's expense during an appearance on "The View."
Despite the election's result, Jenner said it was "one of the most rewarding experiences of my life."
Hostin said her husband had to be pulled out of the operating room "because God forbid he's operating on someone and he's COVID positive."
The Real Time with Bill Maher host told viewers there should not be two national anthems.
"It takes so much work to do an interview like this and it's something that we were excited about," said the co-host, who exited from the show's set after testing positive for COVID.
Two of "The View" co-hosts tested positive for COVID-19, which delayed Harris' appearance towards the end of the episode.
Megan McCain tweeted: "That's entirely enough internet for today," at the rapper, who was having absolutely none of it.
"It's a shame that your colleague didn't have the courage to come on and have this conversation with me," Mary Trump said of the noticeably absent co-host, McCain.
Speculation is growing over the conservative figure who will be chosen to replace Meghan McCain on the ABC show.
The conservative pundit is leaving the show at the end of July.
Meghan McCain has never been afraid to give her opinions—even if that means locking horns with her fellow contributors.
Jenner applauded Trump for being a "disrupter," as she hopes to be if she ousts California Governor Gavin Newsom from office.
"He is the person that Republicans want to put out front because of the problem of racism in this country and he knows that," she said of the South Carolina senator.
Caitlyn Jenner announced her bid for the governorship of California on Friday as Gov. Gavin Newsom faces a recall vote.
The TV host claimed identity politics were becoming more important than qualifications, leading many to ask exactly how she got her job.
The co-host of The View was angered by Trump's criticism of her father, tweeting, "It kills you that no one will ever love you."
'The View' host responded to Kushner's suggestion that Black Americans had to want to be successful.
The actress-activist lashed out at Trump during a Tuesday appearance on "The View," for what she deems reckless behavior.
"I've got a seat at the table at 'The View,' the most important political show on TV. I can be a champion for people that don't have a voice," Sunny Hostin tells Newsweek."
The actor tweeted out his plans for a studio that would "do projects that Hollywood would never do."
Representative Mike Kelly and Trump's former deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka are the latest GOP figures to admit taking the drug.
'The View' is no longer being taped in front of a live studio audience at the moment, and Goldberg isn't handling the switch very well.
Sunny Hostin asked the Democratic senator and presidential candidate about her record as a Minnesota county attorney, particularly prosecutions of police.
Huntsman quit the show earlier this month amid speculation of strained relations with McCain.
"You know, you have to go back in history," Dershowitz said on The View. "Impeachment doesn't change since the time of the Constitution."