An incident March 8 between reporter Michelle Fields and Donald Trump's campaign manager Corey Lewandowski has sparked a national debate over whether the reporter was treated too roughly by the campaign manager as he escorted her away from Trump.
Earlier this morning, according to ABC News, Trump appeared on "Good Morning America" and said, "...practically nothing happened. I'm sure there will be a counter-claim coming down the line. Should I file charges against her because she touched my arm as well?"
On "The View" later, co-host Raven-Symoné responded, "I didn't like how Trump made light of the situation."
But co-host and journalist Paula Faris said she's looked at the video and doesn't see how what happened to Fields could be considered assault.
Candace Cameron Bure stepped in and said she agreed with both Raven-Symoné and Faris and added, "I wish that Donald had just come from a place of more understanding. Donald, I like that you're aggressive, but let's have that aggression with war on terrorism and foreign policy — not with human beings. Not with women. He's already had so much trouble with women."
She then added, "But I don't find fault in Donald for backing his man in that sense, because I think that was part of [Corey's] job. But he should have handled it a different way. He was took quick to put the blame on somebody else."