Don Jr. Causes 'The View' To ERUPT After Calling Out Joy Behar For Wearing Blackface

On Thursday morning, President Donald Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr. joined by his girlfriend and former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle, made the daring decision to join the far-Left morning show 'The View.'

At one point during the interview, Trump Jr. called out Joy Behar for wearing blackface.


"We've all done things that we regret. If we are talking about bring the discourse down... Joy, you've worn blackface," he claimed.

Behar immediately shot back, "No I haven't, I have not!"

Behar, clearly offended by the claim made by Trump Jr. once again said, "I have not worn blackface please!"

"She was not in blackface," Goldberg added.

WATCH the explosion below:

So the big question is, did Joy Behar wear blackface? The answer is, yes! Back in 2016 she admitted during the show that she dressed up as a "beautiful African woman" at a Halloween party wear she wore makeup that was "darker than my skin."

"Joy Behar admitted during a taping of The View in 2016 to dressing as a “beautiful African women” at a Halloween party when she was 29 which involved makeup “that was a little bit darker than my skin." The show even ran an image of the old photo," Jon Levine said on Twitter.

Trump Jr. made sure to quote tweet Levin adding, "Here's @TheView's Joy Behar admitting on national TV that she in fact wore blackface. Why are they denying it now?" he asked.

Check it out:

Check out what Jezebel reported back in 2016:

As a way of, I guess, proving that she has or had naturally curly hair, Joy dug up an old photo of her dressed as, in her words, “a beautiful African woman” when she was 29 years old.
In an attempt to make some sort of point, Joy kept saying: “That’s my hair! That’s my hair!” which, yeah, we get it. What’s your point, Joy?
Clearly she’s trying to draw some sort of similarity between her short curly haircut and an afro, which, nope never nah. Joy looks like a white lady with white lady hair. That’s about it.
Joy helpfully notes, after being asked by Raven-Symoné if she was wearing tanning lotion, that she was in fact wearing makeup “little bit darker than [her] skin.” Yikes mcyikes.
If the timing is correct, that would date this photo around 1971. I can’t really get too bothered at this blackface-lite costume because it was 1971 and people didn’t even know what microaggressions were. I’m more flabbergasted by her willingness to pull this photo out and proudly show the world as if it’s totally cool in the year 2016.

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