Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar have been fiercely critical of President-elect Donald Trump on "The View." 

A week after saying that Trump might be mentally ill, Behar said today that Trump should "step down" before his inauguration.

The hosts were discussing reports that the CIA concluded Russia interfered in the election by giving WikiLeaks hacked emails from the DNC, as well as from John Podesta.

Whoopi Goldberg argued that the cyberattacks did indeed affect the outcome of the election, while Behar questioned why no damaging information on Trump or Republicans was released.

Goldberg said if this happened in another country's election, the U.S. government would be strongly objecting to the result.

Behar then went after Trump and his supporters for "discrediting" the CIA, arguing that it is putting the country at risk. 

"Isn't it time for him to step down? He has to step down before the inauguration, before they give him the nuclear codes. We are at risk when the President of the United States is fighting with the CIA. That is a terrible thing," she said. 

Just days ago, Barbara Walters - "The View's" co-creator and longtime host - was reported to have criticized the show's current direction since her departure.

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