The women of "The View" were on a roll this morning, going in on Donald Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey while shading Kellyanne Conway in the process.
The show kicked off with the entire panel questioning the timing of the decision and Conway's defense of Trump's actions on the news networks Tuesday night.
"They rolled out Kellyanne?" Whoopi Goldberg asked when Sara Haines brought up the advisor. "They rolled her out. She came out of her crypt," added Joy Behar, who also joked, "Hell hath no fury like an orange demagogue scorned."
"The silver lining here to me was maybe there's actual evidence they're about to to reveal," Haines said of Comey's investigation into Russian ties to the president. "Why else would he be so scared right now?"
"His affection for Hillary is so touching all of a sudden," Joy added, criticizing Trump for citing Comey's handling of the Clinton emails as reasoning for his firing. "All of a sudden he's concerned about Hillary Clinton!"
Like the rest of the panel, Jedediah Bila had "mixed emotions" about the decision. While she was "really glad" to see Comey get the boot, she had issues with the timing. "It doesn't make sense," she added.
"Every time they get a little closer to this investigation and uncovering the corruption that he's involved in, he fires them," Behar responded.
They all agreed an independent counsel should take over the investigation.
"Republicans should stand together if they care about their credibility and say we're not going to approve an FBI director until we have a special prosecutor," explained Bila.
"They should stand together if they give a poop about the country," Whoopi added. "Forget everything else. It is so complicated, that it requires someone who can actually see the forest for the trees."