The topic at hand on "The View" was Donald Trump's press secretary Sean Spicer, but Whoopi Goldberg had her sights set on the president himself.
On Wednesday's episode, the women discussed Spicer dismissing American Urban Radio Networks' correspondent April Ryan at Tuesday's White House press briefing, in which he scolded her and demanding she "stop shaking" her head.
"He has to make sense of all this ridiculousness and make it look like he actually cares," said Goldberg of Spicer's actions. "These journalists are talking about real stuff. These are real connections to Russia. Stop brushing it off, answer the freakin' question Sean."
"Would he have said that to a man? I think not," added Sunny Hostin. "What I saw was misogyny."
But Goldberg disagreed, calling Spicer "equal opportunity" when it comes to being "dismissive of the media."
"His job is to defend Donald Trump right now and that's a terrible position to be in," said Jedediah Bila. "One thing I'll say though, my advice [to journalists] would be to not be thin skinned and to toughen up. They should turn around and say don't bully us. Don't be thin skinned. You have a right to fight back."
That's when Goldberg went in on Trump himself.
"This new guy does not appear to have any skin," she said, before citing insults he flung at presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. "If you can dish it, you have to be able to take it. That's the job. You did it. Every president goes through this. Grow a pair, it's part of the job."