President Trump used his Twitter platform to propel a peculiar conspiracy theory about the first lady using a body double during the couple's visit to the Alabama town devastated by tornados earlier this month.
Hosts of "The View" had commented on how the woman at Trump's side in photos of the trip appeared shorter than usual and had a different facial structure than the first lady's.
Bruce continued that The View hosts "can't appreciate or respect or enjoy something" and speculated they went on television to bash the first lady due to "issues" in their own lives.
"When there's a rumor like this, and memes all over the place, I think it catches on because there's an element of truth to the idea that she doesn't want to spend time with him", Behar added. "We went to pay our respects; it was a frightful thing".
"This is obviously one of the most lovely women in the world and she was mourning here, as normal people would". "You mean there are two women who have to pretend they're listening to (President Trump)?"
Melania Trump's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham criticized The View on Monday.
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Fox & Friends co-host Ainsley Earhardt said it was "so hypocritical".
The ABC hosts debated whether an impostor had traveled with Trump to Alabama to check on tornado damage and survivors.
The "Fake Melania" theory first emerged from a tweet by Joe Vargas, CEO of Buy Legal Meds, in October 2017.
Trump blames the so-called "fake news" for altering the photos and says "they are only getting more deranged with time!".
Bruce's take was similar to Grisham's on Tuesday.