Joy Behar Videos
Anthony Scaramucci out as White House communications director
"The View" co-hosts discuss the turmoil in the Trump administration.
Sen. Bernie Sanders discusses 2020 run, Russia probe, health care
Sanders weighs in on Donald Trump Jr.'s June 2016 meeting and realistic solutions to the health care impasse, and he meets Joy Behar's new dog, Bernie, on "The View."
Trump says Andrew Jackson could have helped prevent Civil War
it got really weird, okay, when he gave his musings on American history. You know, you can't make this up. Look at a clip. Had Andrew Jackson been a little bit later you wouldn't have had the civil war. He was -- he was a very tough person, but he had a big heart and he was -- he was really angry
Joy Behar remembers Don Rickles
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Is First Lady Melania Trump Fair Game for Criticism?
In a 2011 interview with Joy Behar, Melania Trump expressed concern about President Obama's birth certificate.
Original 'View' Co-Hosts Discuss Their Flashback Surprise
Meredith Viera, Star Jones, and Debbie Matenopoulos join Joy Behar on a special edition of "The View."
Where Hillary Clinton and Her Supporters Go From Here
Clinton told supporters to keep fighting for their dreams during her concession speech after a long night of uncertainty gave way to a monumental presidential upset.
Candace Cameron Bure And Joy Behar Light The Empire State Building In 'The View' Colors
Find out what colors lit up the iconic Empire State Building to commemorate 20 years of "The View."
'The View' 20 Years in the Making: Rarely Heard Stories From the Set
The show debuted on Aug. 11, 1997 with Barbara Walters, Star Jones, Joy Behar, Meredith Vieira, and Debbie Matenopoulos.
'The View' Special Part 5: The Ladies Talk About Sex
"I became the panel prude," Barbara Walters said of the show's discussions about sex.