The Trump National Doral in Miami, which was chosen as the site of the next G-7 summit, is at the center of a national furor. "So is he a cornered rat that is going to grab all of the cash he can before he jumps ship?" Joy Behar asked on "The View" Friday. The Doral has 643 rooms in a cluster of bungalows and a world-class golf course called "The Blue Monster." It has an occupancy rate of just 53% and revenue dropped from $125 million in 2016 to $75 million last year, according to CNBC.