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The View ladies are back at it again with their Trump bashing.
This time, it’s over President Trump’s decision not to send in U.S. Ambassador George Sondland to the “kangaroo court” that is the House Intelligence Committee.
Recently, encrypted texts revealed that Sondland defended Trump and stated that there was no quid pro quo in the Ukraine call transcript between Trump and Ukraine’s President Zelensky.
The Adam-Schiff led House Intelligence Committee had tried to summon Sondland to testify before them, but President Trump blocked their attempts, defending his decision in this series of tweets:
The ladies on the View - particularly Whoopi Goldberg - did not see eye to eye with the president, to put it in mild terms.
Goldberg even went as far as to say that President Trump is "trying to dismantle our system of law."
Watch that clip here from The View on Twitter:
Fox News has more to say on this:
She and her co-hosts were discussing the State Department's decision to prevent Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, from testifying during a closed-door session with the House Intelligence Committee. President Trump defended the decision on Tuesday, tweeting that the committee was a "totally compromised kangaroo court."
"Stop trying to dismantle our system of law," Goldberg said on Tuesday. "This is how we do it. It's not perfect. It's not great to some people but we have a whole set of laws that you have to follow and sometimes it works in your favor ... and sometimes it doesn't," she said.
The Raw Story also said:
Golberg was angered by the White House response to congressional oversight.
“You know, so here’s my real b*tch about all this,” Goldberg said. “Stop trying to dismantle our system of law.”
“This is how we do it,” she continued. “It’s not perfect, it’s not great to some people, but we have a whole set of laws that you have to follow, and sometimes it works in your favor, you know, like they got the judge on that they wanted and sometimes it doesn’t, you know.”
“This is how it works,” Goldberg added. “Sometimes we win, sometimes you win, sometimes they win. But you can’t try to dismantle the law because it doesn’t fit your purpose, and this is not a kangaroo court. These are your peers.”