During Wednesday’s broadcast, co-host Sara Haines read a legal note apologizing to the organization for their remarks after Monday’s show.
"Kirk took to Twitter Tuesday night to express how detrimental the accusation of being called a "Nazi" can be, and the potential for litigation."
According to the Daily Mail, Donald Trump’s former White House communications director will take over the position full-time beginning in September.
Navarro squared off with co-host Joy Behar about whether DeSantis is the same type of man that Trump is.
Navarro was one of the more vocal criticizing Hawley for the hypocrisy of saluting the crowd he would be running away from on Jan. 6.
Sykes was initially scheduled to appear on last Friday’s show.
McCain is continuing her war of words with GOP candidate for governor of Arizona, Kari Lake.
Griffin is pushing back against an article from the National Review implying she has changed her political standings to gain public fame.
Goldberg went after the Austin American-Statesman for having leaked it earlier than the Uvalde city officials intended to release the video on Sunday.
During a segment on “The View,” the panel had no kind words for Walker, who recently made headlines for his remarks on pollution.