“The View” host Alyssa Farah Griffin said Monday that she can’t hold a conversation with her co-stars without getting attacked while discussing the idea of ”toxic femininity.”
Farah Griffin said she believes women can be each other’s worst enemies, adding that some of her worst bosses and worst co-workers have been women.
“This is what happens when you work with Kellyanne Conway,” asked co-host Ana Navarro.
“I mean, unless you’re attacking me, I can’t say a word, so I wouldn’t say it’s completely different — it’s not exactly like other women’s supportive environments, but Madeleine Albright every “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t always help and support other women. And I try to live by that. I think we should try to bring that back, especially for the women who come after us.” Farah Griffin.
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Farah Griffin also applauded host Whoopi Goldberg and said she supports “all the women” on The View.
“I have to say, and I have to give credit to Whoopi. You’ve been so supportive of all the women on this show. Because you’ve accomplished so much and we’re all in your arms and just rooting for you. I’m glad you and I said that. , because women are more supportive of women than they are, but I think it’s important to recognize that when we’re tough on each other,” she said.
Navarro also said she believes women on various “boards” or positions of prominence have a responsibility to “pull in” other women.
“If I cared what other people thought of me, I would have the same thoughts, but the bottom line is this. First, you have to believe. If you don’t, it doesn’t matter what else – My support as best I can could, but if you don’t believe you deserve it, you don’t listen, you know? That’s the first thing,” Goldberg said.
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Goldberg also said that people allow others to say “terrible things” about them on social media.
“These are people who don’t know us, who don’t know anything about our families, who don’t know anything about our lives, and we believe what they say and put that trust in our pockets and hold on to it. I don’t know who you are. They don’t know anything about you. stop shopping bs please Okay, he concluded.
Farah Griffin confronted Kellyanne Conway over her former boss Donald Trump during an episode of The View in May.
“I think people need to know that because you’ve changed,” Conway said after Farah pointed out that she left the White House before Griffin.
“I haven’t changed, just to be clear, I haven’t,” Farah replied. “I swore an oath to the Constitution, not Donald Trump.”