In the days following his inauguration, Donald Trump has gone back to pushing the debunking conspiracy theory that he lost the popular vote because of voter fraud. All credible evidence shows that no wide spread voter fraud took place during the 2016 presidential election, which has prompted critics to speak out, including the ladies of "The View."

"The View" on Trump

Heading into Election Day, all signs pointed to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton walking out the winner and becoming the first female President of the United States. That dream was not to be as Donald Trump shocked the world with his improbable victory.

While Trump won the electoral college vote, the only vote that matters in the election, he is still hung up on losing the popular vote to Hillary Clinton by nearly three million votes. Over the last few days, Trump has claimed that voter fraud was the reason he lost, leading some top Republicans to voice their opposition. As seen on the January 25 edition of ABC's "The View," Trump's critics are not letting up.

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After playing a clip of a press conference where White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer defended Donald Trump over his voter fraud claim, co-host of "The View" Whoopi Goldberg went at him. "I call that alternative fact number one," Goldberg said. "Remember when Jill Stein was petitioning for a recount?" Goldberg went on to ask, before stating, "His (Trump) guys argued that 'all available evidence suggests that the 2016 election was not tainted by fraud or mistakes." "Which one is it?

Those are his lawyers, so I assume they spoke to him!" she continued.

Co-host Joy Behar also chimed in, giving a humorous solution to Trump's voter fraud complaint.

"If he thinks the election was rigged and there’s voter fraud, let's just do it over again," Behar said. The rest of the co-hosts, including conservative Jedediah Bila, all hit back at the former host of "The Apprentice," as they piled on for the rest of the segment.

Moving forward

While he continues to receive backlash on an daily basis, Donald Trump is the current president, and will spend the next four years leading the country in the White House.

As seen on "The View," on cable news, and across social media, the political divide in the United States is only getting wider, and it doesn't appear that Trump will slow it down anytime soon.

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