If Donald Trump is looking for someone to fill National Security Adviser Mike Flynn's shoes after his resignation, Whoopi Goldberg has some unsolicited suggestions.
Flynn's resignation which came on the heels of reports he mislead VP Mike Pence about conversations he had with the Russian ambassador was the hot topic of the day on "The View," where Goldberg offered up advice.
"We have suggestions for Flynn's replacement that I think President Bannon would approve of," said Whoopi, continuing her assertion that Trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon is really running things. Her ideas: "Negan from 'The Walking Dead.' King Joffrey from 'Game of Thrones.' And Voldemort from 'Harry Potter.'"
The list of murderous bad guys came after all the women on the panel blasted Trump for his lack of knowledge about the Flynn situation.
"There is no way he didn't know about it. Everyone went and said, look, this could potentially compromise our national security and this guy could potentially get bribed," slammed Jedediah Bila. It's Donald Trump's job to know. If there is someone in your administration that could potentially compromise our national security, that becomes our problem and it's your job to protect us. That is your number one job!"
"If you were the president, you would know what was going on because this is your pick," added Goldberg, "but since these are not his picks, these are people picked for him by President Bannon."
While Bila said Mike Pence was "thrown under the bus," Goldberg fought back, saying "he knew better" and should have done something about it. "I say this to all those Republicans, this is all on you guys," Goldberg added, "because you rushing all these people through, you don't care, it's gonna come back and bite you in the keister."
As for rumors General David Petraeus could take over for Flynn, the women weren't too thrilled there either.
"It's like putting Linda Tripp in, he's got a big mouth," said Joy.
"This drives me crazy. Republicans drive me crazy because I want to be really excited about a free market agenda, but I can't because they're too busy doing this nonsense," chastised Bila. "Republicans, this was your time to do something, this was your time to create alternatives. It just makes me so sad."