Speaking at the Boy Scout Jamboree in West Virginia on Monday night, Trump made references to the economy, Obamacare, "fake news," Hillary Clinton and even promised to make "Merry Christmas" happen during his controversial speech.
"For the past 80 years, presidents have taken part in the Boy Scouts Jamboree, where they've extolled the virtues of citizenship, service and community while staying very far away from politics," she continued, "But the new guy, he just couldn't let it be the Boy Scout Jamboree!"
Sara Haines, who has a brother and grandfather in the Scouts, said Trump "seemed like he didn't prepare himself for the audience he was speaking to. This is not the place to throw down politics. This is not a group to campaign to."
"Do you think people are embarrassed, people who voted for him?" asked Sunny Hostin.
"Yes! Forget about people who voted for him, I didn't vote for him and I'm embarrassed," Jedediah Bila responded. "I feel like I wake up every day and have to apologize for this guy because I'm proud of my country but this behavior is insane."
Bila pointed out how the Scouts had to release a statement saying their Trump invitation was a "long-standing tradition and is in no way an endorsement of any political party or specific policies."
"They fact they had to say that after a president of the United States came there, he should be humiliated," Jed continued. "This is not a campaign rally and he does know the difference."