In the wake of former Vice President Joe Biden officially announcing his 2020 candidacy for president on Thursday, two of the more popular politically-charged daytime talk shows, Fox & Friends and The View, had very different reactions.
While setting up a montage video containing some of the often-played gaffes from Biden’s past, Fox & Friends host Ainsley Earhardt said, “Here’s some of the best of the best of Joe Biden,” with Steve Doocy adding, “Some of the flubs.”
Some viewers on Twitter were quick to react to the mashup, finding irony in the fact that President Donald Trump is considered to have many mess-ups as well.
Seriously? Do they even Know who's in the White House?! Too funny!!— Starlyn💎 (@Star91416068) April 25, 2019
A flub tape of Fox and Friends would run for 3 days.— Adam Piscitelli (@primetimeshots) April 25, 2019
Other viewers seemed to enjoy the montage of flubs, and reacted to critics of it.
Loved it— Patty (@SGTMAJ05) April 25, 2019
Should they ignore his past?— Daniel (@WatsonDanielLSU) April 25, 2019
Over on The View, the hosts focused on Biden’s video message with comments like:
“I'm moved by that video,” Joy Behar said.
“Watching this, it gave me chills throughout my entire body,” Abby Huntsman said.
“I had tears in my eyes. It choked me up literally,” Sunny Hostin added.
Some of their viewers on Twitter had similar reactions.
Yay Joe— Angela Oehley (@angela_oehley) April 25, 2019
I had tears too Sunny— Democrats 2020 (@tvdfan_andmore) April 25, 2019
But others think the ladies of The View shouldn’t be so quick to put their support behind Biden.
Oh my Lord help us unless you want four years of Obama tactics!!— Deb (@dhays553616) April 25, 2019
We Don’t want 2008 back.....— Madge5656 (@Madge5656) April 25, 2019
Democrats going for the wrong candidate AGAIN. I thought they learned their lesson last time..Bernie Sanders is their only hope, Trump would annihilate Biden who is a serial loser.— Jonathan Best (@jonathanbest17) April 25, 2019
The View airs weekdays at 11 a.m. on ABC.
Fox & Friends airs weekdays at 6 a.m. on Fox News.
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