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Sunny Hostin wore black on “The View” in 'devastated' mourning over Super Tuesday results: 'Funeral chic'

Sunny Hostin wore black on “The View” in 'devastated' mourning over Super Tuesday results: 'Funeral chic'

The legal expert wore an all-black look after Donald Trump decimated Nikki Haley in the primary elections.

Sunny Hostin commemorated the apparent death of red, white, and blue patriotism with an all-black ensemble on The View.

The morning after Super Tuesday primaries — which saw Donald Trump decimate Nikki Haley in sweeping election results that forced the latter to drop out of the 2024 presidential race — the 55-year-old legal expert told special guest Jonathan Karl she purposely wore dark colors in mourning over the news.

"It's party before country," Hostin said of Republicans voting for Trump. "I'm wearing my funeral chic today, because I'm so devastated over what we saw yesterday."

Hostin went on to analyze the "mindset" of voters fueling supporting for Trump.

<p>ABC; Sean Rayford/Getty Images</p> Sunny Hostin wears black on 'The View' over Super Tuesday results

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Sunny Hostin wears black on 'The View' over Super Tuesday results

"Backstage we were talking about the fact that six in 10 North Carolina primary voters say they considered Trump fit for the presidency, even if he's convicted of a crime," she said. "Roughly six in 10 North Carolina GOP primary voters denied that Biden's 2020 election win was legitimate."

Alyssa Farah Griffinface cream visionary and former Trump associate — again criticized her former boss while dissecting Super Tuesday, citing "Republican leaders lying to their base" as a reason for incessant delusion among their electorate.

"Most elected Republicans have just bought into the big lie, and if they're amplifying it, if their leaders in office are saying the election was stolen, I'm not going to blame voters for believing the people in power," she said, going on to say that "Donald Trump is a uniquely unfit, unprincipled man."

Griffin and her View cohosts have regularly spoken out against Trump, with the former going as far as to reveal disturbing things she reportedly observed while working under him — including allegedly telling his staff that a media leaker 'should be executed' — before she resigned from his administration in 2020. (Trump's office did not respond to EW's request for comment at the time.)

The View airs weekdays at 11 a.m. ET on ABC.

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