"She's the wrong messenger for the platform," Sunny Hostin says of Melania's anti-bullying campaign.
Melania Trump was under fire Thursday morning on "The View," as the shows co-hosts and guestsMika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough called out the first lady for her hypocritical UN speech on Wednesday about cyberbullying.
"So, is one of the things she is going to be dealing with with her husband is deleting, perhaps, his Twitter account?" Goldberg asked after showing some of Melania's comments.
ICYMI, during her address, Trump said "we must turn our focus right now to the message and content children are exposed to on a daily basis through social media - the bullying, the experience online and in person."
"Whenever she talks about this, I see this very differently, I see very veiled language," Sara Haines explained. "When you can't tell your husband to his face, you repeat over and over that we set an example by how we live our lives."
"I did find it interesting, the first read through, Donald, she's talking to you," she added.
Joy Behar then questioned whether Melania even knows "what she's saying," who her husband really is or who she is as a person.
"The thing is, as the first lady, you have to have your finger on the pulse of America. That's your job. You may not have asked for it, but you're a figurehead," Sunny Hostin continued. "Cyber bullying is an important platform, because we know our children are subjected to this all the time ... she's the wrong messenger for the platform."
"Go for stilettos for the needy or something like that," Behar joked.
Goldberg then said Melania may not view what her husband does as bullying because "people don't think of adults being bullied, they think of children being bullied."
Brzezinski -- who has been the target of vile tweets from POTUS herself -- joined the panel later and made it clear she thinks there's no gray area here.
"Among other things, the guy is a bully up and down. Whether it's verbal, written, tweeted, it's rude and mean to people," she said. "It's strange the first lady of the United States would make a speech on such a platform just completely not discussing the fact her husband, the president of the United States, is a bully. It's crazy!"
Trump mocked Brzezinski and Scarborough on social media back in June, calling them "low I.Q. Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe" and saying that at one point Brzezinski was "bleeding badly from a face-lift" when he saw then at a New Year's Eve event.