“The View” host Ana Navarro joined her co-hosts in mocking Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake — who is projected to lose her bid against Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs — but while her co-hosts mocked Lake’s comments, Navarro attacked her looks.
Navarro joined her co-hosts — Sunny Hostin, Sara Haines, Joy Behar, and Alyssa Farah Griffin — on Tuesday’s broadcast of the ABC midday talk show, and the conversation turned to whether former President Donald Trump would consider Lake as a possible vice-presidential pick if he mounted a 2024 presidential campaign.
Women hating women.
The View lashes out at Kari Lake. Navarro attacks her looks, wondering: “Who’s going to wear more makeup, Kari Lake or Donald Trump? Who’s going to have the better filter?”
Joy says Lake and Elise Stefanik will “fistfight” each other to be Trump’s running mate pic.twitter.com/t4pW2WQHaU
— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) November 15, 2022
“Do you think Kari Lake would be Donald Trump’s running mate?” Hostin asked Griffin, who worked in the Trump White House until her abrupt exit in December 2020.
“I still kind of think so, because he doesn’t think he lost,” Griffin explained.
“He’s going to have to fistfight Elise Stefanik — she will have to,” Behar interjected. “That’ll be a match between those two who want it, so bad.”
“It won’t be Elise,” Griffin dismissed the idea out of hand. “She thinks it will, but it won’t.”
Haines questioned the wisdom of choosing Lake, who was supposed to be a rising star, but was still projected to lose — at which point Griffin pointed out that Lake was already asking questions about whether or not the election in Arizona had been “stolen.”
Haines rolled her eyes dramatically at that, and monotoned, “Haven’t we heard this story before?”
Behar then argued that Lake was “not a nice girl” because she had been critical of ousted Wyoming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney, who had actively campaigned against her in Arizona.
“The question is going to be: Who’s going to wear more makeup, Kari Lake or Donald Trump?” Navarro asked, prompting laughs from the audience. “And who’s going to have the better filter.”
Navarro delivered an equally low blow to former President Trump’s family over the weekend, suggesting that the pastel color palette on display at Tiffany Trump’s wedding to Michael Boulos made the women in the family look like a bowl of Jordan Almonds.
“Who wore it better?” her caption mocked, punctuated with laughing-face emojis.
Who wore it better? 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/VBtwr39HnC
— Ana Navarro-Cárdenas (@ananavarro) November 14, 2022