Actress Ali Wentworth shared how “scary” the world is and how the election of Donald Trump emotionally affected her daughter.
Appearing as a guest on “The View,” the comedian and wife of ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos spoke about parenting two young girls in today’s world.
“It’s scary because the world is so unpredictable and so different,” Wentworth said, adding that her 11-year-old now sleeps in bed with her and Stephanopoulos because she is afraid of terror attacks from ISIS.
Co-host Whoopi Goldberg asked the actress, who currently stars in the television series “Nightcap,” what she tells her daughters to help them cope in the current climate.
Wentworth began to tell a story she “was not planning” to share about when the family watched election night coverage.
“It just involves my 14-year-old getting upset about the election and screaming ‘no abortions’ really loudly,” she said.
“And I was like, ‘you haven’t kissed a boy yet. Don’t use that term so flippantly,” Wentworth added.
Watch the interview in the video clip below.
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