During a recent episode of ABC’s “The View,” the co-hosts engaged in a spirited discussion about the possibility of amending the Constitution to prevent a president from assuming office while being incarcerated.
The passionate conversation revealed a stark divide between the hosts regarding the potential candidacy of former President Donald Trump in the 2024 election.
Whoopi Goldberg, known for her strong liberal stance, expressed her growing unease about Trump’s position as the GOP frontrunner despite facing federal charges.
She called for a constitutional amendment to explicitly address the issue of incarcerated individuals holding the presidency. Goldberg’s colleague, Sunny Hostin, agreed with her, emphasizing the importance of amending the Constitution to tackle this problem.
However, Joy Behar voiced her skepticism about the feasibility of such an amendment, citing what she perceived as the reluctance of Republicans to hold Trump accountable.
Despite the differences in opinion, the co-hosts showcased the significance of ongoing debates and discussions in shaping the future of American politics.
Source Fox News