‘The View’ Tries to Credit Obama for Soaring Economy under Trump

The co-hosts of ABC’s “The View” tried to rewrite history by crediting Barack Obama for President Donald Trump’s “soaring” economy.

Sunny Hostin said the end of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court could be “a losable issue” for Republicans.

She argued that there would be “repercussions” for the GOP in the midterms.

Hostin failed to provide any evidence of her claims, however.

Guest co-host Alyssa Farah said she was wrong and that Biden’s incompetence has led to price hikes and shortages.

She noted that Americans were more concerned about the economy and not having enough baby formula, remarking that the Democrats will pay the price in the midterms.

“Do people out there really believe that the Republicans are going to make it all better? I mean, that is a pipe dream,” co-host Joy Behar said.

“Every time a Democrat is in office, the deficit goes down, the economy flourishes, and then a Republican comes in and destroys it all,” she continued.

“And then the next Democrat has to come in and sweep it up and clean it up.”

Farah disputed Behar saying the economy was “soaring” under Trump.

“Because we had President Barack Obama!” Hostin said.

Co-host Whoopi Goldberg tried to defend Biden but indicted him instead:

“I want to point out one thing that I think is important.

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“Biden is the guy who said, ‘Listen, we need to give people more money because what we’re giving them is not enough.’

“He was fighting and fighting, but he managed to get it done.

“He’s aware and has always been aware of what’s been going on.

“But he’s in a room with loose boards.

“He takes a step over here, he gets hit by the one.

“He takes a step over here, he gets hit by gas going up.

“And it’s not on him,” she said.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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