'The View' Shreds Rudy Giuliani for Saying He Doesn't Respect Porn Star Stormy Daniels Like He Would 'a Woman of Substance'
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The cohosts all unloaded on Rudy after he said "Someone who sells his or her body for money has no good name."

Nobody on "The View" was having the vile comments President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani made about Stormy Daniels on Wednesday, ripping his comments about the sex industry to shreds in a fiery conversation.

Giuliani made headlines yesterday for his words about her at a in Tel Aviv press conference, where he said he doesn't respect "a porn star the way I respect a career woman or a woman of substance." He added, "I know Donald Trump and look at his three wives. Beautiful women, classy women, women of great substance. Stormy Daniels? Someone who sells his or her body for money has no good name."

"I have so many things to say," said a fired up Meghan McCain. "First of all, I want to say we interviewed Stormy Daniels on this show and James Comey and Michael Avenatti all within a day of each other and I found her by far the most credible and well spoken. There's no reason anyone should question this woman's credibility."

She then went on to call out Giuliani's three divorces, past estrangement from his kids and marriage to his second cousin, adding, "Let's calm with the moral judgement on people's industries." McCain also said she has many friends who work in the sex industry and shared a text message one of them sent her last night about Giuliani, "She said, 'Sex work is work and like any other business, it's bad with laws criminalizing consensual transactional sex, he sounds like the typical cheap blank that can't afford our services."

Joy Behar also called attention to Donald Trump's past appearance in soft core Playboy films, adding, "So Rudy, you better get your act together."

"It's stigmatizing people in the sex industry, which is a huge cultural problem," McCain continued. "It is legal, its consensual. By the way, the only industry where women make more money than men. So can we stop with the judgment on her profession?"

Whoopi Goldberg brought the roast to an end by saying many women in the sex industry have "put their kids through college, have had incredible lives and gone on to do all kinds of stuff."

"The mere fact that you would make such a blanket statement about someone you don't know, who does something you seemingly know nothing about, seems kind of shocking," she added. "After all this information that just came out ... I feel like you need to grow up. grow up!

Daniels' attorney released a statement Tuesday about Giuliani's comments, saying, "Mr. Giuliani is a misogynist. His most recent comments regarding my client, who passed a lie detector test and who the American people believe, are disgusting and a disgrace. His client Mr. Trump didn't seem to have any 'moral' issues with her and others back in 2006 and beyond."

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