‘The View’: Whoopi Goldberg Says Donald Trump ‘Pooped on’ a 10-Year-Old Boy

Talk-show host says candidate’s response to NASA question really stinks

Is Donald Trump a crappy candidate? That’s probably a matter of opinion, but Whoopi Goldberg certainly seems to think so.

“The View” bigwig Goldberg took GOP presidential candidate Trump to task on Thursday’s episode, saying that he “kind of pooped on” a 10-year-old boy who asked Trump about NASA during a campaign stop in New Hampshire.

“You know, in the old days it was great,” Trump told the young boy about the space program. “Right now we have bigger problems, you understand that? We’ve got to fix our potholes.”

Trump found a kindred spirit in “View” panelist Paula Faris, who noted, “You know how much money I spend in realignments and new tires every year? The amount of money I pay in taxes? I want them to fix the potholes, too.”

Goldberg, however, countered that repairing the nation’s crumbling infrastructure would be the president’s concern, not the worry of a 10-year-old who perhaps aspires to be an astronaut some day.

“Telling him that we’ve got to clean up the potholes — that’s your job!” Goldberg asserted. “This little boy just wanted to ask the presidential candidate how he felt about NASA, because maybe the kid is a real proponent of NASA, and you kind of pooped on him.”

Elsewhere during the episode, the “View” crew laid into One Million Moms, an organization calling for a boycott of American Girl magazine over a profile on an 11-year-old girl who’s helping foster kids because the profile also contained a photo of her two fathers.

“This is why this group needs to reexamine their heart,” Faris said. “This family, regardless of whether or not the One Million Moms thinks this is a traditional family, they’re doing more to follow those Biblical precepts than a lot of Christians I know out there. What are you for? Not what are you against? We hear so much about what Christians are against.”

“View” panelist Michelle Collins, meanwhile, searched for the silver lining in the whole flap.

“It’s because of One Million Moms that I know about this family; I would not have read American Girl magazine or heard about this story,” Collins said. “Because of them, now we do know about this beautiful family.”