Vice President Joe Biden joined the ladies of "The View" on Friday and seemed right at home during their daily session of Donald Trump bashing.
Joy Behar was the first to bring up the future President, asking Biden what makes him the most "uneasy" thinking about the country's future.
"What I worry about is the inadvertent mistake in the near term on foreign policy. I don't mean any nuclear war or that kind of malarkey," he replied. "What worries me most is he's taken, thus far ... the crown jewel of American security is our intelligence community and everything we do we rely upon those 16 different agencies and to diss them and dismiss them really plays into Russia's hand."
"The hand they're playing and Mr. Putin is playing is that he wishes to see NATO not united and divide Europe because that puts him in a stronger position relative to that continent," Biden continued. "The argument gets made that Americans doesn't know what they're doing, America's not in control. It makes your allies wonder, 'What's going on?'"
"I'm hoping a lot of what Mr. Trump has said has been rhetorical so far and when he sits behind that chair, he's a smart guy, he begins to understand the gravity and consequences of words," Biden added. "Not just actions, but words."
As for Trump's words on Twitter in the middle of the night, the VP also said "It's not healthy."
At the top of the show, Biden also expressed his surprise over President Barack Obama awarding him the Medal of Freedom on Thursday.
"First of all, I don't think I did deserve that. I'm being serious," expressed Biden. "But secondly, I had not the slightest idea. I didn't even know, what I was told Whoopi, is we were going to have a toast. When that guy walked out with that medal I thought who the hell is that for?"
Biden then opened up about the bond between him and the President.
"He and I have been through a lot. I got to watch this man make some astoundingly difficult decisions and so he had to learn to trust me, but in the process I learned to trust him," he explained. "He became the only confidant beyond my immediate family when my Beau was dying, he knows everything about my children, me about his children, it's grown in a way that is real, but it's born out of this notion of trust and a great deal of respect."