Don Jr., President Trump’s oldest son, made an appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity” Thursday night to talk about when he appeared on ABC’s “The View” telling Sean “I don’t think they like me much anymore.”
“You know, every once in a while you got to try. You gotta try to speak to everyone. Hopefully they listen,” Don Jr. said after Sean asked him why “he even bothered.” “In that case, they didn’t.”
The appearance started out with the most misnamed co-host in show business, Joy Behar, rattling off a list of Don Jr.’s father, President Trump’s, controversial moments. Remember, he came on the show to talk about his new book “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us.”
Don Jr. responded, saying, “We’ve all done things that we regret. Joy, you have worn blackface,” which made the gossip gals go ballistic. Behar dressed as a “beautiful African American woman” once where she darkened her skin.
Whoopi Goldberg told the audience that she is black, and she knows what blackface looks like. And she ought to know, because her former boyfriend, Ted Danson, once wore blackface, and she and all the other Hollywood libs thought it was hilarious.
“You think if you were there to promote a book, they’d ask you one question about the actual book,” Don Jr. said while pointing out that he was in three segments of the show.
The younger Trump received some criticism about tweeting out the Ukraine whistleblower’s name. When he responded that what he did was not illegal, co-host Sunny Hostin said, “That’s a lie,” and went on saying that it is a crime to give out the name of a whistleblower. Of course, Hostin, who brags about being a lawyer, doesn’t know what she’s talking about. There is no guarantee of protection for anonymity in the whistleblower law. Trump pointed out that the only person who cannot give out the name is the Inspector General. Hostin again said Don Jr. lied.
These Hollywood leftists are filled with hate for the president and his family, and they spout off street gossip that normally has little to nothing to do with reality because everything that Hosting said was a lie, was not. Don Jr. was right, and the so-called lawyer was wrong.
Trump gave some criticism of his own regarding the experience of his appearance.
“I wish they would have shown a little bit of the same amount of outrage when my family opened up a white powder substance in an exploding envelope that showed up at my house,” Trump said. “These guys are full of it, Sean.”