Chelsea Clinton attacks Trump on ‘The View’: ‘His whole life has been a scam’

Chelsea Clinton’s current strategy for selling her latest book is to attack President Donald Trump.

After already targeting the president on Twitter, she had more to say while appearing on “The View.”

“He’s the greatest scam in American political history,” she said, adding that “his whole life has been a scam.” Chelsea was appearing on the program with her mother Hillary, who co-wrote the new book with her daughter.

Chelsea previously got attention for replying to a tweet the president sent out calling the impeachment inquiry into his phone call with the Ukrainian president “the greatest scam in the history of American politics.”

“Yes, you are,” Chelsea replied.

The tweet was brought up on “The View” where Chelsea was cheered on as if she had actually done something brave.

Asked if she was worried about “poking that bear” — meaning Trump who regularly targets people on Twitter — Chelsea replied, no, and earned herself plenty of applause from the leftist audience.

“Unfortunately, people are suffering every day because his scam thus far has succeeded at the highest level,” Chelsea said.

She went on to claim that her motivation behind being more vocal right now is her kids — she has two sons and a daughter.

“I think about the country they’re living in right now, and it’s not the country I want them to grow up in,” she said.

Check out Chelsea Clinton’s comments below:

Clinton earned predictable pats on the back from anti-Trump activists on social media, but there were still those vocal about being untrusting of her newfound mission to speak out on the president.

The two Clintons are making the press rounds promoting the book “Gutsy Women,” which is an account of stories of women throughout history who Chelsea and her mother admire.

“This book is the continuation of a conversation the two of us have been having since I was little. For me, too, my mom was a hero; so were my grandmothers,” Chelsea said about the book, according to publisher Simon & Schuster.

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