Joy Behar's hilarious Lara Trump quip sparks laughter and reflection on 'The View'

Joy Behar's hilarious Lara Trump quip sparks laughter and reflection on 'The View'
Joy Behar's comedic brilliance lit up 'The View' once again as she delivered a witty quip about Lara Trump's remarks on election claims (The View/Getty)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Joy Behar once again brought her signature wit to 'The View,' causing laughter and a moment of reflection on the show.

In a recent episode, Behar sparked amusement with a quip about Lara Trump, the Republican National Committee Co-Chair, following a clip of Trump discussing election claims.

Also Read: 'The View' panel criticizes Nikki Haley for supporting Trump over Biden, Internet says 'this happens all the time in politics'

During the segment, Lara Trump emphasized moving past the controversies of the 2020 election while affirming the importance of upholding the integrity of every legal vote.

Trump's statement and Behar's response

Speaking to NBC News, Trump, who is the wife of Eric Trump and daughter-in-law of Donald Trump, emphasized, "The past is the past, and regrettably, we had to learn a few tough lessons in 2020. Rest assured, we are incorporating those lessons nationwide and in every state to ensure that every legal vote is counted."

Behar seized the opportunity, humorously remarking, "She speaks out of both sides of her lips!"

Also Read: 'Just weird': Charlamagne tha God triggers debate after 'The View' hosts pressure him to endorse Biden

The audience erupted in laughter, and Behar herself couldn't help but smile, though she playfully questioned the appropriateness of her comment, “Was that wrong of me?”

As co-host Whoopi Goldberg attempted to steer the conversation forward, she struggled to contain her amusement, reflecting the infectious nature of Behar's humor.

Also Read: 'Hypocritical of him': Charlamagne tha God sparks debate as he slams ‘The View’ hosts for pushing celebs to endorse political candidates

Navigating political discourse in professional settings

Goldberg eventually regained composure to discuss reports of job candidates for the RNC being asked about their beliefs regarding the 2020 election.

"RNC job applicants are reportedly claiming they were asked in their interviews if they believe that the election was stolen," she revealed.


The panel engaged in a debate on the ethical implications of such inquiries, with concerns raised about potential bias in hiring practices.

Alyssa Farah Griffin criticized the RNC for seeking "loyalists," while Sunny Hostin questioned the appropriateness of probing political beliefs in job interviews.

The exchange underscored the complexity of navigating political discourse in professional settings. "It seems to me like there are certain questions that you can't ask when you're interviewing ... I wonder if you can ask that," remarked Hostin, highlighting the need for sensitivity and fairness in employment practices.

More from MEAWW

'Racism strikes again': 'The View' co-host Sunny Hostin slammed for crediting WNBA star Caitlin Clark's popularity to her race and appearance

'Painfully stupid conversation': Outrage as Bill Maher defends Netanyahu amid war crimes allegations during heated 'The View' exchange

Share this article:  Joy Behar's hilarious Lara Trump quip sparks laughter and reflection on 'The View'