The left-wing sitcom masquerading as a current events show ‘The View’ just got smacked back to reality after they went low and attacked Melania Trump.
Again – First they slam her for not talking to the media and as soon as she does, she’s a monster.
What a joke. As reported by The Hill:
First lady Melania Trump’s office is ripping The View and guest host Yvette Nicole Brown for remarks about President Trump’s “mistresses.”
Trump spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said the show needed to check its facts before going with base speculation and ripped it for a second day “of attacks.”
The fight began when Brown, who was filling in on the show for “The View” host Joy Behar, at one point suggested that Melania Trump might not be upset about the president’s affairs because she might have been involved with the president while he was already married.
“Is it possible that she’s not concerned with his mistresses because she was one of them?” asked Brown.
Grisham offered a blistering response.
“Day 2 of attacks from @TheView. @YNB check your facts before you accuse someone of being a mistress. She’s your @FLOTUS – she deserves your respect & certainly not your lies. Disgusting. #disrespectful #accusation #LiberalMedia”
Day 2 of attacks from @TheView. @YNB check your facts before you accuse someone of being a mistress. She’s your @FLOTUS – she deserves your respect & certainly not your lies. Disgusting. #disrespectful #accusation #LiberalMedia @TomLlamasABC @ABCWorldNews
— Stephanie Grisham (@StephGrisham45) October 12, 2018
In an interview with ABC, Melania Trump was asked about her husband’s alleged infidelity and whether it had hurt their marriage.“It is not a concern and focus of mine,” the first lady said in response to ABC reporter Tom Llamas, who appeared on “The View” to discuss the interview.
Grisham’s tweet also included hashtags for Llamas and ABC News, which oversees “The View.”
Grisham also slammed The View on Thursday for its criticism of the first lady.
On Thursday, the show tore into Melania Trump’s assertion in another part of the interview with Llamas that while she does stand with women, evidence must also be provided when it comes to sexual assault allegations.
“I do stand with women, but we need to show the evidence,” Trump said in the interview that aired Wednesday night. “You cannot just say to somebody I was sexually assaulted.”