Trump Jr. Fires Back at Whoopi for Saying His Sons Could Have 'Abusive Tendencies'


Co-host of ABC’s “The View” Whoopi Goldberg should really check the stability of her glass house, because she threw a stone and it got thrown right back at her.

On Tuesday’s edition of “The View,” Goldberg intimated that Donald Trump Jr.’s son could possibly be a future abuser.

“You only worry about this for your child if you think your child has these tendencies,” Goldberg said.

Goldberg’s comment came in response to comments Trump Jr. made during an interview with Daily Mail TV, where he said that he’s afraid for his sons because even a false accusation of sexual abuse can ruin someone’s life.

In response to Goldberg, Trump Jr. took to Instagram and called out the hypocrisy of Goldberg’s comment.

“@WhoopiGolberg, instead of insinuating that my sons are potential future abusers, you might want to explain why you defended actual child rapist Roman Polanski?” Trump Jr. posed to Goldberg on Instagram.

The comeback by Trump Jr. was accompanied by a video of Goldberg on “The View” defending Polanski.

Take a look:


A post shared by Donald Trump Jr. (@donaldjtrumpjr) on

It’ll probably be at least a little difficult for Goldberg to defend her defense of Polanski when that wasn’t the only time she’s defended alleged rapists and sexual abusers.

Here are two more videos of Goldberg defending both convicted aggravated indecent assaulter Bill Cosby and alleged rapist and sexual harasser, former president Bill Clinton:


Hey, Whoopi? Care to explain? What happened to believing all women?

H/T: Daily Caller

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