Whoopi Goldberg delivered a message to the president and his administration on "The View" Tuesday morning and asked for a formal apology on behalf of Barack Obama.
"The bottom line is nobody wiretapped your ass," exclaimed Goldberg. "So maybe Sean Spicer, I know you don't get this, but perhaps an apology to the former commander-in-chief for accusing him of a felony."
FBI Director James Comey confirmed there was "no information" to support Donald Trump's claims that Obama wiretapped him during Monday's House Intelligence Committee hearing, the Hot Topic of the morning on the ABC talk show.
"The problem for me is when you know you're wrong, when the FBI, CIA, KFC, LMNOP said this didn't happen and you double down on the lie," she added. "They all said it hasn't happened and he's doubling down. This is delusion to me."
Co-host Jedediah Bila said she was keeping an eye on Trump's Twitter during the hearings and was shocked by what she saw.
"This is craziness! I'm watching everything unfold and looking at Donald Trump's Twitter and I'm saying, that's not what's happening," she said of his selective tweets. "He was living in an alternate reality!"
"Is he just being slick and sly in trying to manipulate what's coming out or is he just being delusional?" asked Sunny Hostin.
"He views Twitter as his means of getting around the mainstream media. He's banking on people not watching the hearing," Bila added.
In an interview with TooFab on Monday, Bila addressed her issue with Trump's accusations at length.
"This issue with the wiretapping accusation that Trump put forth again about President Obama is concerning to me. It's very concerning that anyone could … first of all, he shouldn't be tweeting about that," she explained. "Secondly, that you can put information out there without any real foundation or basis. There's no sound proof for these accusations that were made. That's concerning for me from a national security prospective."
"Then of course I want to know if there was any collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia," she continued. "I don't want to know that because I'm trying to trap Trump in any way, I want to know that because I'm concerned about the potential interference from Russia and our democratic process. I would be concerned if it were a Republican president, a Democratic president or whoever it is, so I think that that's a legitimate investigation because we do know there's communication between campaign officials and Russian officials."
"We don't have direct proof of any collusion, but I'm all for an investigation because I need to make sure when we have elections in this country, regardless of who's running or who's winning, that they're protected and that people stand for their votes and there's no interference from the outside," she added.