WATCH: Raging Leftist Whoopi Goldberg Attacks Nikki Haley For Claiming She Is A ‘New Generation’ Of Leader

This Monday, ‘The View’ co-host Whoopi Goldberg used her platform to attack Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley for claiming she is a “new generation” of leader.

Responding to Nikki Haley’s campaign announcement, where she claimed it is time for Republicans and Democrats to put forth a “new generation” of leaders, Goldberg said, “you are not a new generation, you are 51, what are you talking about?”

In a similar fashion, co-host Sunny Hostin attacked Haley for claiming politicians over the age of 75 need to take “mandatory mental competency tests.”

Haley’s remarks are no doubt controversial. Whether they will play well with the Republican electorate remains to be seen. But she is technically correct — a Haley win would be a win for a new generation of politicians. Haley was born in Generation X — lasting from the mid-60s to the early 1980s. Joe Biden is a member of the silent generation, and Donald Trump is a baby boomer.

Truly, would Whoopi Goldberg claim Barack Obama was not a “new generation” of leader when he won in 2008? He was only four years younger than Haley is now. But radical leftists like Whoopi Goldberg are rarely lauded for their consistency.


These comments echo those of radical leftist Don Lemon last week, who said, “this whole talk about age makes me uncomfortable. I think it is the wrong road to go down. She says … politicians are not in their prime. Nikki Haley isn’t in her prime. Sorry. A woman is considered to be in their prime in 20s and 30s and maybe 40s.”

Don Lemon, who faces significant troubles for these comments, apologized, tweeting, “The reference I made to a woman’s ‘prime’ this morning was inartful and irrelevant, as colleagues and loved ones have pointed out, and I regret it. A woman’s age doesn’t define her either personally or professionally. I have countless women in my life who prove that every day.”

The American people are sure to voice their minds about these comments and it is no doubt true that these remarks will remain controversial for both Democrats and Republicans alike.

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