ABC’S – THE VIEW
Hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar make it their daily business to denounce not only Trump but his presidency and every Republican walking. ABC studios are paying them a lot of money to do so.
Whoopi Goldberg full name Caryn Elaine Johnson is a multi-talented personality. She is known as an actress, comedian and writer from America. She is also renowned as social critic and television host. Whoopi Goldberg was born on 13 November 1955 in Manhattan, New York City, New York of United States to Emma Johnson and Robert James Johnson Jr. Clyde Goldberg is her brother who died in 2015. She is a drop out student of Washington Irving High School.
She has the mouth watering total net worth of $45 million dollars. Her annual salary from the show The View is two million dollars.
Ms. Goldberg spends a lot of time talking about how the Have Nots will rise up and take what is rightly theirs from the Haves. I certainly hope she is including herself in the Haves group; a two million dollar salary, I believe, puts her in that category.
Joy Behar. Born on the 7th of October, 1942 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Joy Behar has made her presence known among the numerous TV personalities of today. She is one of the most popular TV personalities in any channels. Overnight has spent more than her half of age in this sector. At this age, she is actively making her presence known.
She has an estimated net worth of $8 million dollars including an annual salary of $500 thousand dollars. wikipicky.com/tv-celebrity/joy-behar-husband-divorce-salary-and-net-worth.html
Ms. Behar advocates the conspiracy theory that all fortunes involve some kind of fraud or deceit; does she include herself in that group? She doesn’t have as much money as Whoopi, but she is still a millionaire.
Joy Behar apologizes for calling Clinton accusers ‘tramps’
BY JOE CONCHA – 10/11/16 11:47 AM EDT 198
Joy Behar, a co-host of ABC’s “The View,” on Tuesday apologized for calling the women who have accused former President Bill Clinton of rape and sexual assault “tramps.”
“I want to apologize,” Behar said Tuesday on the show. “I never, ever intend to belittle sexual assault and the women who are victims of it ever. … I made a joke. … I’m sorry.”
During Monday’s episode of the show, Behar interjected when co-host Sunny Hostin said Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton“missed the opportunity” during Sunday night’s presidential debate with GOP nominee Donald Trump to address the allegations from Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey.
“I would like to apologize to those tramps who have slept with my husband. Maybe should could have said that,” Behar said.
Broaddrick, 73, accused Bill Clinton of raping her while he was Arkansas attorney general in 1978. He never faced charges.
Jones and Willey accused Clinton of sexual harassment in the 1990s.
Jones sued and then settled with Clinton out of court for $850,000. Wiley, who says Clinton groped her, was subpoenaed to testify in the case.