Elisabeth Hasselbeck Sends a Strong Message To President Biden on The View: Americans Can't Afford Your America

Elisabeth Hasselbeck Sends a Strong Message To President Biden on The View: Americans Can't Afford Y ...

During her Wednesday guest appearance on The View, Elisabeth Hasselbeck emailed President Joe Biden a letter, expressing her displeasure with Biden's leadership.

Jill Biden's snarky move came during a segment about her as the First Lady of the United States who was interviewed in a Real Simple magazine about organizing large family gatherings. The first lady explained how she assists her family when they visit her at home by putting Post-It notes in her kitchen.

After Whoopi Goldberg asked the panel, Is this a viable alternative to barking orders? Joy Behar said Hasselbeck would often use Post-It notes when she was a permanent co-host on the show (she joined in 2003 and left for good in 2013).

Elisabeth Hasselbeck. They were all over her office. I thought you were wallpapering your room, Behar said.

Hasselbeck agreed, admitting, I do like a Post-It, but then adding, I do have some that Jill might use as our commander-in-chief.

The conservative guest host then took out a few yellow notes she had made with Biden's signatures, including the following messages: Americans can't afford your country, and gas prices hurt us.

One read recession is real, while another shared the message, Even if I did not vote for you, you have my prayers, which Hasselbeck said she did because it was a tough time and we should still be praying for our leaders.

Both Behar and Sunny Hostin scoffed at the notes, with Hostin pointing out that the guy you voted for misled this country [and] started an uprising, while Behar suggested Hasselbeck do a Post-It reading: Gas prices are not your fault.

ABC's The View airs weekdays at 11/10c.

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