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Whoopi Goldberg Says She Would Still Vote For Biden If He 'Pooped His Pants'

'I have poopy days all the time'

Whoopi Goldberg Says She Would Still Vote For Biden If He 'Pooped His Pants'

Whoopi Goldberg said she would still support President Joe Biden even if he "pooped his pants."

Calls for Biden to withdraw from the 2024 presidential race have grown following his concerning debate performance with former President Donald Trump late last month.

During a Monday broadcast of ABC's The View, the panel discussed Biden's renewed insistence that he will remain in the 2024 presidential race during his Friday interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos. Biden once again said he would see the race through to November in a Monday letter to Congress and subsequent call-in to MSNBC's Morning Joe.

"I don't care if he's pooped his pants. I don't care if he can't put a sentence together," Goldberg said, indicating she will still vote for Biden despite growing concern for the president's mental competency. "Show me he can't do the job and then I'll say, 'Okay, maybe it's time to go.'"

"I have poopy days all the time," she added. "I step in so much poo, you can't even imagine."

Goldberg acknowledged she wasn't in a position of government, though said she didn't know anyone who didn't "step in stuff at some point."

The actress host went on to say she would join others calling for Biden's withdrawal from the race if he has a similar performance during his second debate with the former president in September, adding Trump should be voters' main cause for concern.

"When we tried to do that with [Trump] ... when we said, 'Listen, he shouldn't be on the ballot,' everyone said, 'No, no, no ... the people chose him. We can't take him off the ballot,'" she said of efforts to remove Trump from ballots in some states. "I don't understand why anybody thinks this stuff is gonne be any easier to take Biden off the ballot."

Fellow co-host Ana Navarro criticized "breathless reporting" and "media malpractice" from outlets covering calls for Biden's exit from the race.

"They've been splicing, dicing, cubing everything he says, putting [it] under a microscopic slide, and then looking under all sorts of magnifying glasses," Navarro said. "Joe Biden is the nominee. He is the human being standing between us and Donald Trump."

Navarro said Democrats should stop making arguments against Biden remaining the presumptive Democratic nominee and instead make arguments against Trump's re-election.

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