Kellyanne Conway stood her ground as Behar said: "I like you, but right now, you're being delusional."
The comment came after a fierce debate about Trump’s nuclear policy and whether he would sign a deal with Iran.
On Wednesday morning, Conway held her own, firing back at Behar saying: “I’ll tell you what scares me. The fact that Hillary Clinton always puts Hillary Clinton first. It scares me.”
Goldberg was set off after she asked Conway: "Didn’t you guys say the polls were rigged?"
The campaign manager smiled and said: “Never me, I love the polls.” Conway then teased that Trump could come back on The View when he is president.
“I don’t care if he ever comes back on this show,” Goldberg fired back. “He’s been very nasty about people I care about.”
Conway has become a national figure in this wild presidential campaign and has been mocked several times on Saturday Night Live.
The campaigns have become increasingly bitter in the days before Tuesday's election, so much so that Starbucks has unveiled a green coffee cup that's intended to promote togetherness.
Now, the so-called "unity cup" is under attack.
Starbucks has been accused of "political brainwashing" and spreading "liberal bias" on social media.
Last year, Starbucks was blasted for issuing a red cup for the holidays that didn't use a traditional Christmas theme.
In a statement, Starbucks’ CEO Howard Schultz said of the cup: "During a divisive time in our country, Starbucks wanted to create a symbol of unity as a reminder of our shared values, and the need to be good to each other."