Rep. Waters (D-Calif.) - or Auntie Maxine, as many call her - has been unapologetically against Donald Trump and all he stands for from the beginning of his presidency, often questioning his competence at his job. "I think he's the most deplorable person I've met in my life, and if you take a look at his allies and some of his Cabinet, all these people around him with connections to the Ukraine and to Russian Federation - everyone should have known that".
In early July, Waters reiterated her hatred of Trump to the New York Times, saying that she made a decision to "take the gloves off" in encouraging others to see the president the way she does. "I am so glad they are telling us what's going on".
"I love it", said Waters speaking about the new name given by the millennials who've "adopted" her.
In another segment of the episode, Waters was asked about rumors of her running for president in 2020, but she sadly told the audience that those are "just rumors".
JOY BEHAR: Do you think Pence will be better than Trump if he were impeached? They won't be able to stand with him, if it is proven that they colluded.
"There was a certain sensitivity about him and I got to know his mom when he did that song he did when he talked about his mom, "My mom was a dope fiend but she was my queen" of course! He lies, they know it, and he's the danger and they want us to do something about it".
Rep. Maxine Waters said that she was not concerned. Maxine Waters took a step back from her daily duties to chat with The Breakfast Club, addressing everything from her "outspoken" demeanor to her love for Tupac Shakur.
"Whether it's the president of the United States of America or anybody in his cabinet, we will say to them 'we will resist you.' We will not allow you to damage this country in the way that you're doing", she said as she gripped her award.