It's no secret that Donald Trump has a comfortable relationship with the Fox News Channel. While the majority of the hosts on the network have supported the president, it's been Sean Hannity who's been the most vocal.

"The View" on Trump, Hannity

During the early days of the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump quickly kicked off his feud with the majority of the mainstream media. Regardless of whether or not it was news on TV, newspapers, or individual journalists, the former host of "The Apprentice" made it a point to call out those who reported about him a negative fashion.

While Trump clashed with most in the media, he would go on to bond with many on Fox News, including Sean Hannity who has since come to the president's defense regardless of the issue. According to Olivia Nuzzi of New Yorker magazine, Hannity and Trump speak almost nightly, with the "F-word" being used throughout the conversation.

With the news of the bromance between Donald Trump and Sean Hannity making the headlines, the ladies of "The View" decided to have a little fun during the May 14 broadcast.

"Sean Hannity has been keeping the White House resident up late at night by making bedtime phone calls to him so they can dish about stuff like Russia and how both their ratings are great," co-host Whoopi Goldberg said, while playing romantic R&B music in the background.

"I wonder if Vladimir Putin knows?" co-host Joy Behar joked, before adding, "that's his real boyfriend." As fellow co-host Sonny Hostin sarcastically danced to the music, Sarah Hines chimed in, saying "he has a work wife, and his name is Sean Hannity." "This is really the major leak," Behar added, noting, "the president is telling him and he's saying it on television."

Meghan's take

Even the conservative co-host Meghan McCain was critical of the contents of the story.

"It's really weird. I'd be so pissed off if my husband were calling someone every night to gossip," McCain said. The segment wrapped up with the hosts jokingly saying they'd like to trick the Trump administration into calling Joy Behar.

The View's move

Ever since Donald Trump came into office, his presidency has been a hot topic on "The View." Show mainstays like Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg have routinely ripped into the commander in chief, but due to the constant controversy hanging over the White House, even Meghan McCain has been in agreement with the rest of the more liberal panel. As the midterm elections inch closer with the 2020 presidential race following after, only time will tell how it all plays out.