Whoopi Defends the President Again – Watch

In a recent episode, Whoopi Goldberg and her cohorts on The View came to the defense of President Biden after he was criticized for ignoring his 7th grandchild.

Goldberg argued that because the president’s son Hunter Biden chose not to embrace Navy Joan Roberts, his four-year-old daughter with former stripper Lunden Alexis Roberts, the president himself could not be reasonably expected to embrace the child as his granddaughter.

The New York Times accused the president of “scarring” his granddaughter — who is apparently aware that her grandfather is the President of the United States — by refusing to have anything to do with her.

“So apparently his son had a baby with a woman, they fought about it, and he pays for the baby but he has not embraced the child,” Goldberg explained. “So Maureen Dowd is saying it’s bad for the child that the president has not acknowledged her. So … I kinda think, well that’s a … she should be kvetching at the son, whose baby it is. It’s not the president’s baby.”

Ana Navaro jumped right in with Whoopi, “I agree with you completely,” she said. “It shouldn’t have been directed toJoe Biden, it should directed to Hunter Biden. It’s five children, not four, Hunter, because this isn’t Joe Biden’s baby and I think it’s very hard for Joe Biden to be a grandfather to the child if his son is not being a father.”

“He can talk to his child, he can advise Hunter,” she continued, before pivoting to attack “the right-wing and the MAGA world,” complaining that they were just using Hunter Biden’s personal struggles to attack President Biden.

Jessica Tarlov, Democrat cohost of “The Five” on Fox News, took a different approach during Thursday’s broadcast — arguing that President Biden could be doing more to embrace Navy Joan and to push his son to do the same.

“I think that this is a moment where the president really could have told his son ‘enough’s enough’ — Like, ‘I’m happy to deal with all this other stuff. I’ll take it, about the business dealings, the addiction, the videos; whatever’,” she said. “But this is humanity, right? This is the face of it.”