Wednesday on ABC’s “The View,” co-host Whoopi Goldberg said Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump needs to “stop blaming” others for the problems in America and threatened to “move” out of the country. Goldberg said, “People don’t like being the butt of the jokes and now that people say, listen, you can’t make me the butt of your jokes, I don’t like it. You can’t use me as some sort of stereotype. I don’t like it. That’s the PC people are talking about. And the bottom line is this—find a different way to say what you’re going to say. People are not going to take it anymore. So if that’s what’s pisses you off, you’re going to stay angry.”

Co-host Joy Behar said, “A lot of it has to do with their pocketbook. They’re not making as much money as they used to make, that particular group of people. Maybe jobs are overseas, maybe technology has taken over, they don’t have the background for it. They’re ticked off.” Goldberg interjected, “But then you can’t blame immigrants for that.” Behar continued, “That’s scapegoating. It’s as old as the hills. What do you think World War II is all about? You know that. It’s all about blaming the Jews. Now it’s the Mexicans and the Muslims. Blame everybody but yourself.” FULL REPORT