"The View" hosts were shocked and disturbed by the doctored Donald Trump massacre video that was shown at a Trump rally in Florida.
Lauer says Farrow is "using salacious allegations as promotional trinkets to sell his book" while NBC News's president says it has "nothing to hide."
Meghan McCain shocked her co-hosts by insisting the panel discuss President Trump's withdrawal of American support for Kurdish troops at the Syrian border.
Sunny Hostin told the panel of "The View" that she backs the North Carolina man who was recently awarded $750,000 after suing the man his wife had an affair with.
Joy Behar revealed that she believes there are some crimes that are "too heinous" to forgive.
Hillary Clinton fielded questions from "The View" co-hosts, including one about what she regretted most about her failed presidential campaign.
McCain also called Trump's reference to civil war "horrible," while Whoopi Goldberg said threats against the whistleblower are "un-American."
"If any of the women on this show behaved the way some of the men were behaving, we would be hysterical maniac crazy bitches all over the internet," she said.
Shields ended up losing out to Jenny McCarthy for the spot. "I mean, she's a friend," said Shields, "but you want one or the other."
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang told the co-hosts of "The View" that fired "SNL" cast member Shane Gillis shouldn't have been let go from the long-running comedy show.
"The View" co-host told Andy Cohen she's "so sick" of Trump's tweets and accused Pamela Anderson of "spewing propaganda."
"The View" co-hosts Joy Behar and Abby Huntsman sparred over climate change on Tuesday's show after Greta Thunberg's impassioned plea to world leaders made headlines.
"The View" co-host Meghan McCain stormed off set in front of a shocked audience after a tense standoff with guest panelist Ana Navarro.
Conservative 'The View' pundit Meghan McCain walked off set on Friday following a blow-up with guest co-host Ana Navarro.
Meghan McCain defended Sean Spicer's addition to the "Dancing with the Stars" cast, saying 'he's gotta pay his bills one way or the other.'
"The View" panel weighed in on SNL's firing of new cast member Shane Gillis for past comments he made that many found offensive.
"The View" co-host Meghan McCain opened up about being fat-shamed by conservative host Laura Ingraham, saying she "wouldn't have a career" if Ingraham hadn't mocked her appearance.
Abby Huntsman, a longtime journalist, pulled no punches in expressing disgust over the matter, calling the Times’ editorial “sloppy and lazy.”
Kim Kardashian West addressed the controversy surrounding her work with President Trump, telling the panelists of "The View" that she wasn't concerned it would harm her reputation.
Meghan McCain says it's time to "move on" from the Dixie Chicks' 2003 controversial comments slamming the war in Iraq and President George W. Bush.
Meghan McCain slams Felicity Huffman: 'She deserves to go to jail.'