Actions speak louder than words, until liberals decide they don’t.
The women of ABC’s “The View” got into a fiery debate on Wednesday’s show over Donald Trump who had at least one lady on the panel arguing his side.
Co-host Paula Faris, who also co-anchors “Good Morning America Weekend,” argued that the Republican presidential front-runner’s hiring practices and actions suggest he is not the bigot the left makes him out to be.
“From those that I have spoken with that have worked for Donald Trump and that have known him for a long time, they say — his hiring practices and who he is, he’s not a bigot. This is a man who has had more female executives that he has hired than just about everybody else. He’s very diverse, He’s not a bigot,” she said.”
“The face that he’s putting out there and why people are voting for him is because he’s a bigot,” Michelle Collins argued.
“When you say Mexicans are murders and rapists, that makes you a bigot,” Whoopi Goldberg shouted.
For her part Faris stayed strong and continued to argue that his actions speak louder than his words.
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