'The View' producer expects Biden to appear on show in 2024, but Trump no longer invited

“The View” executive producer revealed in a new interview that he expects President Biden to appear on the show at some point this year, but added that former President Trump likely won't receive no invitation.

Asked by Deadline if he would consider having Trump or one of his surrogates on the show, “The View” producer Brian Teta said they previously invited the former president on the show in 2016 and in 2020, but that the show had since “stopped”. ask.”

“Again, it's on a case-by-case basis. We'll see who the vice president is, when they announce it. We invited Trump to join us at the table in the 2016 and 2020 elections, and he refused , and at some point.”, we stopped asking. So I don't foresee that changing. I think he knows pretty well what the co-hosts think of him and doesn't see himself coming here,” Teta said.

He added that they wouldn't put someone on the show who would “spread misinformation.” The co-hosts were highly critical of NBC's initial hiring of former RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, who was ousted from her analyst position after a liberal outcry.

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Republican presidential candidate and former President Donald Trump speaks during an awards ceremony held at the Trump International Golf Club on March 24, 2024 in West Palm Beach, Florida. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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Some of the liberal co-hosts spoke out against giving Trump any platform after some networks sat down for interviews or held town halls with him.

Teta was also asked about a possible interview with Biden and said he expected him to join the co-hosts at some point. He would likely receive a warm reception, as the show's hosts are uniformly critical of Trump, including his former aide Alyssa Farah Griffin.

“I expect him to do it. We were the first stop after he announced his candidacy for 2020. We had the first interview with him after that. He made history as first sitting vice president to do a daytime talk show here. So yeah, I think “He'll be there. We are in contact with the White House. We don't have anything to announce yet. But my hope and really my expectation is that he will be there during the election,” Teta told Deadline.

Vice President Kamala Harris joined the co-hosts for an interview in January.

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Teta also said independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. could be considered as a guest on the show and added, “nothing is off the table.”

Co-host Joy Behar recently criticized RFK Jr. during the show and said he poses a major threat to Biden's re-election campaign.

“First of all, he's a threat, I think more to Biden, just because of his name. People there don't really care about things. I think they think, 'oh Kennedy, Democrat , yeah, I'll do it.' vote for him.” Meanwhile, he's a conspiracy theorist, anti-science. His whole family is voting for Biden and this type of dangerous rhetoric that Biden is a bigger threat to democracy than the man who wanted to overthrow the government, overthrow the government,” Behar continued.

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Joy Behar criticized RFK Jr. on “The View,” saying he posed a major threat to President Biden's election hopes. (Screenshot/ABC/TheView)

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Deadline asked the producer of the ABC daytime talk show how he might approach an interview with an “election denier.”

“I think we would correct and check the facts in real time, if we were faced with these situations. And we have done that before when we had to make corrections,” Teta said. “Our hosts are all very knowledgeable and well-read. Even though we are an opinion show, we are governed by news standards, so we would announce something like this in real time. It's certainly a challenge in a live show, but our hosts are up for it.”

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