Sarah Sanders sums up ‘The View’ co-hosts following interview: ‘They are the definition of hypocrisy’

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Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, now a Fox News contributor, appeared on “Hannity” Tuesday night to discuss an earlier appearance on “The View,” and suffice it to say that she had little praise for the hosts of the ABC show.

Host Sean Hannity ran a clip of Sanders’ appearance on “The View,” which featured host Joy Behar quickly moving to shut her down when the former Trump official was pointing out that the rioting in America is taking place in Democrat-run cities, as she detailed the administration’s accomplishments within the black community.

“They didn’t like it very much when I reminded them, as they were talking about the problems in all these major cities, who was leading those major cities,” Sanders said. “It was very interesting that the second I started naming off all the accomplishments and all of the things that the president has done to empower the black community and to help the black community, they quickly cut me off and decided it was time to move on.”

Hannity praised Sanders for having the courage to go the very liberal show, and she responded by telling the Fox News host she “definitely” liked coming on his show better.

She also reminded Hannity and his viewers that Behar once called President Trump a “terrorist.”

“Despite the fact the president spent the last four years wiping the most dangerous terrorists off of the face of the planet,” Sanders said.

In responding to a tweet from the president in June that “domestic terrorists” had taken over Seattle, Behar said on air, “He has the nerve to call anybody a domestic terrorist. He’s the domestic terrorist.”

Later in the show, co-host Whoopi Goldberg set Behar up to walk back the remark.

“I’m not calling anybody names like he does,” Behar claimed. “It’s just that it seems ironic that he would be calling people domestic terrorists. I mean, I’ll get in trouble for calling him a domestic terrorist. He won’t get in trouble for calling innocent people domestic terrorists — that’s the irony of this conversation. So I take it back, I take it back.”

Sanders wasn’t finished slamming the liberal ABC co-hosts, who she said hate Trump more than they love America.

“They are the definition of hypocrisy,” she said. “And they’ve decided that they hate this president more than they love this country, and it has never been more evident than the fact they can’t be happy about the positive things this president has done to help all Americans, particularly black Americans across this country.”

In pointing out the contrast with 2020 Democratic nominee Joe Biden, Sanders let viewers know that Biden has been in Washington for nearly five decades and has done nothing to improve race relations.

“He has done nothing in almost 50 years to help black Americans, why should we expect him to do that now?” she asked. “The contrast is clear and Donald Trump needs to be reelected.”

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