‘The View’ gets cringeworthy when ‘disrobe’ & ‘come back to my place’ fly between Behar and Roger Stone

Joy Behar and Roger Stone painted a nightmare scenario for the audience of ABC’s “The View” on Friday.

Stone was on hand to discuss the Netflix documentary about his political life, “Get Me Roger Stone,” when the topic veered off into uncharted territory to discuss his famous tattoo of former President Richard Nixon.

That’s when things got mighty cringeworthy.

“I’ve tried to get him to disrobe but he won’t do it,” Behar said, joking about having the former campaign operative for President Trump disrobe to show the tattoo on his back.

“I’ll tell you what Joy, come back with me to my place later and I’ll show you,” he said sarcastically.

“Let me give a big eyeroll to that one,” Behar replied.

That’s the first time Behar said something we can probably all agree on. You can watch the bizare exchange below:

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At another point, Stone called the Russian investigation “a scandal without evidence.” Amazingly, Behar agreed with that too.

More of the Stone’s appearance can be watched below.

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