ABC's "The View" co-host Joy Behar considered several titles for her new anti-Trump book before she eventually settled on The Great Gasbag, an A-to-Z Study Guide to Surviving Trump World.
Behar's book, which will be released next Tuesday, experienced a lot of brainstorming as Behar considered several titles for her book slamming President Donald Trump, including "Moby Dick Head," "Con With the Wind," "Pride and Very Prejudiced," "Catcher in the Lie," "Not Such Great Expectations," "A Farewell to the Constitution," "The Son-in-Law Also Rises" and "War and Hairpiece," Page Six reported.
The outspoken "The View" co-host and critic of President Trump told us of the book, "It’s basically a survival guide, but not the type that tells you how to get up in the morning and cope with the fact that you have a misogynistic racist in the White House . . . it’s more of a fun A to Z — B is for Bankruptcy, I is for Ivana."
She has even persuaded other celebs to read chapters, which will be released online: "I have Larry David reading ‘M is for Moron,’ Rob Reiner reads ‘U is for Uuuuuge!’ "
And Trump devotee Anthony Scaramucci, who guest hosted "The View" in September, apparently reads "S is for Secrets," which includes the line, "This White House keeps more secrets than a Scientologist returning to the mothership after a weekend on Fire Island."
Behar has been an outspoken critic of Trump on her daily morning talk show and has accused him of lying 95 percent of the time. She has also repeatedly called for Trump's impeachment from office since he became president, despite later joking that she doesn't want him impeached until after her book is released.