The women of "The View" took Donald Trump to task for not being "presidential" enough in his reaction to the terror attack in Manchester.
Both Whoopi Goldberg and Sunny Hostin criticized Trump calling those responsible for the Ariana Grande concert bombing "evil losers."
"I don't know how you felt about it but President Trump called them evil losers. I didn't feel that was presidential enough to respond to this kind of ..." said Hostin, before getting cut off by Joy Behar. "It's typical of the way he talks," said Joy.
"Harkening back to President Obama, who talked about [Boston Marathon bombing] victims and talked about how we as a society have to come together. I was expecting something like that," added Hostin.
Goldberg then noted how Obama got backlash for not being "strong enough" in his response to terrorism. She went on to say it's on the people to demand more protection and not "bitch" about the longer security lines that come with it.
"You can't win, this is not an argument you can win," she continued. "It's up to us to start to kvetch, and say we want more protection. And we are willing to stand in the line. And yeah, I don't want you touching me in a way that makes me uncomfortable, but I will let you x-ray me. Sometimes, like all of us, we don't pay attention until we absolutely have to."
That being said, she clearly wasn't a fan of Trump's words either.
"People got very angry because Obama was too articulate for them. They found him over educated," she continued. "Look, I want my president to be one step above. I want him or her to be one step above and I don't want them talking like I would talk. You don't want to hear a president hear the stuff I would say. When it comes down to it, if you're the president of a country, you have to speak for that country."
Jedediah Bila also said she didn't believe his words were "aggressive enough," but added that many of the people who voted for him "feel that he's saying what they would say, they're sitting at home and they're having a gut reaction and they're feeling he's speaking their language in many ways. Sometimes it's real and authentic and it's not polished."
MSNBC reported that later on during an appearance at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Trump called on the entire world to "obliterate this evil ideology and protect and defend our citizens and people of the world."
"All civilized nations must be united in this effort," he said. "This trip is focused on that goal, bringing nations together around the goal of defeating the terrorism that threatens the world and crushing the hateful ideology that drives it so hard and seems to be driving it so fast."