Ana Navarro and Sunny Hostin, hosts of The View, responded on Monday to the criticism that followed President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden’s attendance at a state dinner last week honoring Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The Department of Justice and Hunter Biden’s plea deal was made public in a document early last week. He will enter a guilty plea to two charges of “willful failure to pay” federal income taxes, the filing states. Some people were surprised to learn that Hunter Biden attended the illustrious state dinner. Joe Biden and his son were defended by Navarro and Hostin, who attacked the detractors for lacking empathy.

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“I’ve known Joe Biden since he was a senator, for about 20-some years. I can’t tell you how much his life has been marked by losing, not one child, but two children. The Hunter Biden story, the scandal, the this, the that — it’s also the story of a father’s love, and Joe Biden has never and will never give up on his son Hunter and will never treat him lesser than,” she continued.

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Navarro was trolled by critics of Biden on social media. A person wrote, “The View’s Ana Navarro is on the verge of tears as she says the big takeaway from the Hunter Biden laptop is the story of a ‘father’s love.’ This is how the propaganda state media covers for their dear leader.”

Another person wrote, “I’m shocked that anyone still watches “The View.” These are the same people who claimed the Hunter Biden laptop was disinformation and didn’t exist. ANA NAVARRO: The Hunter Biden scandal “is also the story of a father’s love.”

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Meanwhile Navarro tried to defend herself on Twitter after the attacks on social media. She said, “RW troll machine got me trending, attacking me for saying this on @TheView. Imagine calling yourself the “family values party” & being outraged I’m talking about a father’s unconditional love for his child. Imagine thinking a dad not giving up on his kid, is a bad thing.”