In the Friday episode of The View, Joy Behar took her Trump derangement syndrome to a whole new level when she called for President Donald Trump to be arrested and charged with "crimes against humanity" for his immigration policy.
She also said that she would not "be part of a country" that separates children from their parents.
Trump and Biden tackle it in the debate
During Thursday night's debate, Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden fought over the Obama Biden administration's "catch-and-release" policy, which allowed illegal immigrants to walk illegally before their court hearings after they were arrested for entering the US . Biden responded by attacking Trump over his family segregation policy, which ended in 2018.
"Parents … children were torn from their arms and they were separated … these children are alone, nowhere," Biden said, according to Fox News.
Behar attacks Trump
In the Friday episode of "The View," Behar told a story of her young motherhood when her 4-year-old daughter was missing for 20 minutes at the Bronx Zoo.
"Last night I noticed Joe Biden talking about those kids on the border," said Behar. “I mean is this the country we want? What kind of country do we want? "
“As an American, I reject everything. I am opposed to this entire government. Stephen Miller, Rod Rosenstein, Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump face crimes against humanity. This is a crime against humanity, "she added. “I'm not going to stay in a country or be part of a country that does this to children. It's outrageous. "
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. @ JoyVBehar on the report of parents of 545 children separated at the border has still not been found: “I oppose this entire administration. Stephen Miller, Rod Rosenstein, Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump face crimes against humanity. “Https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/N6gzFT9Xgc
– The View (@TheView) October 23, 2020
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During the debate, Trump pointed out that the politics of family segregation actually began when Barack Obama and Biden were in power.
"Who built the cages, Joe?" Said Trump.
Sara Haines also attacks Trump
Behar's cohost Sara Haines was also quick to ruin Trump's performance in the debate.
"I can't stand Donald Trump talking about Joe Biden's 47-year tenure as a senator because a senator can't influence the change, he's ambiguous," Haines said. "He's also going to say," You've been the Vice President for eight years. "He keeps evading the fact that he's been in office for four years … and hasn't done anything."
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This piece was written by PopZette staff on October 24th, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used with permission.
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