"I stand for them because I do believe their commitment", Guilfoyle replied. "They've seeded ground to the liberals and the liberal elite for decades by not actually fighting back". "I agree with that".
Following Epstein's death, Prince Andrew issued a statement saying that he met the financier in 1999 and had "stayed in a number of his residences" but that "during the time I knew him, I saw him infrequently and probably no more than only once or twice a year".
McCain said "thank you", and continued, "it's just for me, it would not have been worth it. You know, it hasn't exactly been peaches and cream for us either", he answers.
"It is worth it when I go around the country and I see people who are affected by [Trump's] policies, who are getting to live the American dream", he concluded. Guilfoyle, a former prosecutor and Fox News personality, dutifully sat by her man as the cohosts grilled their guests and they dished it back. "I understand how hard it is, and I understand how hard it is for (Don Jr.) when everybody is attacking his family".
He and Vanessa, who share five children, finalized their divorce agreement late past year, as he and Guilfoyle have continued to ramp up their relationship - spending Easter with his father at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, and house-hunting in the Hamptons. "This is tough. I would like there to be more civility in politics".
"It's not always a nice environment for Republicans but I also think that if you can't come and do our table, you have no business being in politics or elected office or god forbid the presidency", she said, before adding, "Because if this scares you, you gotta grow up". "You can do it".
"You're at the White House", co-host Abby Huntsman shot back. You're at the top.
It only took moments for the segment to evolve into crosstalk and accusations that forced Whoopi Goldberg to chime in - literally, with a call bell - to keep the conversation moving. Obama became president and the first thing that was said to him was we're going to make sure you're a one-term president. Mitch McConnell said it. I'm sorry. Part of being president is having a pair that can take whatever heat that comes toward you.
The couple was on the show to promote Trump's book, Triggered, and discussed the fact that he outed the alleged whistleblower whose complaint jump-started the impeachment inquiry against his dad, President Donald Trump. Behar cited Trump's controversial characterizations of some Mexicans as rapists, attacking the handicapped and the coarse language he used on the infamous "Access Hollywood" tapes. "We heard the Access [Hollywood] tape where he bragged about grabbing women by their genitalia", co-host Joy Behar added. She's talking about lowering the discourse to his level, which is awful for this country. "A lot of people miss the soul of this country". "I mean, if we're talking about bringing the discourse down: Joy, you've worn blackface".