Was it right to air Sam Nunberg interviews?

"The View" co-hosts discuss whether it was ethical to continue broadcasting while many questioned if Nunberg was in the right mind to give an interview.
2:43 | 03/06/18

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that we're all living right now. Apparently, things got crazy awhile yesterday when former adviser to the new guy, Sam nunberg went on a immediate Yoo blitz, claiming he -- on the speen Ya. Claiming the investigation might be closing in on the new guy in the white house. Take a look. I think he may have done something during the election. But I don't know that for sure. Whey do you think that? I can't explain it unless you were in there. The president is right, it's a witch hunt. I'm not going to cooperate. What do I have to spend 80 hours going over my e-mails? How are you holding up? You to want to take more time to think this through? Could you change your mind? I'm not going to answer something so wide as this. Talking to you, I have smelled alcohol on your breath. Well, I have not had a drink. You haven't had a drink? No. So that's not true? No. If nunberg was a little out of it, should they have put him on the air if she smelled alcohol? Should he have been on the air? She. Didn't know pch. You don't know, as we all know, when you're backstage, we're not talking to whoever the guest is going to be. She probably didn't see him until they got on the air. Then she smelled a little schnapps or something. I dooept knn't know what it was. It's possible you could sit down and feel, something feels wrong. It was relevant to say, are you drinking? It's amazing he's not still working for trump. It's the amazing thing. I think it's a legitimate thing to say, are you drinking in this interview? It felt a little exploitive to me. That was the fifth time. He had already been on CNN. On cable news. Someone must have thought something. Meghan and I were texts. I was like, is he sober? At:30, we were texting, is he sober or having a mental breakdown. I didn't want to call my own lawyer because he'll charge me. I texted you to ask you the legal ramifications of what he's doing. Let Mueller play itself out. This is a protege of Roger stone. Anyone just Google how crazy that man is. He was fired from the traump campaign 15 months ago. And he clearly is man who is having some kind of -- he's not in control of himself in one way or another. I think there's very gray ethics of having someone on the television. He admitted he wasn't drinking because he was taking his anti-depress sapts. It felt very exploitive. Oh, my god. I totally figured it out. That's the next "Bachelor."

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