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Friday, August 03, 2018

TAKE A LOOK BACK AT THE VIEW'S 21ST SEASON


A Look Back At Season 21 Of The View




We take a look back at Season 21 of The View.


From countless Hot Topics to the biggest stars and political newsmakers, we look back at our favorite moments from this season!

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

THE VIEW: KIDS CAN'T BE FRIENDS WITH WHITE PEOPLE

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Highlights From Today's View
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THE VIEW: My kids can't be friends with white people




Hot Topics: 5th Roy Moore Accuser Speaks Out About His Alleged Sexual Misconduct.


Sunny Hostin says: "When his supporters are saying they still support him — I hope they look at what a 14-year-old looks like!"



"This stain is going to stay with us [Republicans]!" Meghan McCain weighs in on the impact of allegations against Moore, saying tribalism may be influencing conservatives to "vote for their people no matter what."





Hot Topics: Re-examining Accusations Against Bill Clinton.



In light of many prominent men facing career-ending sexual misconduct allegations, we discuss allegations leveled against Bill Clinton. Joy Behar says right now, "we should be dealing with the present tense even more — but it's not a bad idea to bring it up."



Hostin says: "Sexual harassment, sexual assault isn't a partisan issue! it's wrong across the board..."






Hot Topics: Teaching Children Of Color To Be Cautious Around White People?



"This bothered me because I think kids get it right and adults get it wrong — this is not something people are born feeling," Sara Haines says.



"They're not looking at color," Whoopi Goldberg says of children.



Meghan McCain explains how she has an adopted sister of color, saying if her parents had ever implied that she would have a different relationship with her sister because of the color of their skin it would have been "so absurd, gross, and deeply irresponsible": "When people are writing things like this, you have to understand that being friends also can mean being family."



Mary J. Blige on SNL's Portrayal Of Her, Mudbound and more.



"It's sad that this movie is relevant right now," Blige says of Mudbound, a movie set in Jim Crow Mississippi. "It's really really sad that we're still here."



"I don't think the Ku Klux Klan has gotten the memo that we're free and that we all belong, everybody belongs — no matter what color you are, what gender...!"




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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

THE CHEW'S GOLDEN GIRL WILD HALLOWEEN BASH


The Chew Celebrates Halloween



“The Chew”’s biggest Halloween extravaganza in seven seasons will serve up a ghoulishly good time with a seven-course Halloween event! Our talented team of award-winning co-hosts will deliver a spooktacular celebration featuring festive cocktails, delicious main dishes, and an impressive feast of costumes. Check out this irresistible treat with sneak peek of Mario Batali, Michael Symon, Clinton Kelly and Carla Hall as the Golden Girls. You are not going to want to miss the 28 costumes, 24 wigs and headpieces, 18 pairs of shoes, 17 pairs of pants, 12 pairs of glasses, 6 dresses, 5 scarves, 4 pairs of earrings and 2 necklaces on “The Chew”’s Halloween Bash airing Tuesday, October 31 (1 p.m. ET, noon CT/PT) on ABC.


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CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN TODAY WITH ABC'S 'THE VIEW'


Halloween At 'The View'




They have been presidents, queens and stars of the silver screen, witches, cartoons and Disney villains but this year, “The View”’s Halloween is one for the books! A disappearance, a caped crusader riding to the rescue, evolution, climate change, lies vs. facts and the mother of all rhyme …Is this the Hot Topics list or Halloween inspiration from the classics? Find out when “Once Upon A View” airs Tuesday, October 31 (11 a.m. - Noon ET) on ABC.



Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Paula Faris, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin and Meghan McCain are joined by funnyman JB Smoove (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”; author, “The Book of Leon: Philosophy of Fool”) who is going absolutely mad, the magical Yvette Nicole Brown (ABC’s “The Mayor”) casts her spell and Tony-Award winner Christian Borle joined by the Broadway cast delivers a Halloween treat with a performance from “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.”





Celebrating Season 21, “The View” (11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EDT) is the place to be heard with live broadcasts five days a week. Hilary Estey McLoughlin serves as senior executive producer with Candi Carter and Brian Teta as executive producers. “The View” is directed by Sarah de la O. For breaking news and updated videos, follow “The View” (@theview) and Whoopi Goldberg (@whoopigoldberg), Joy Behar (@joyvbehar), Paula Faris (@paulafaris), Sara Haines (@sarahaines), Sunny Hostin (@sunny) and Meghan McCain (@meghanmccain) on Twitter. 

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

WHAT JOHN MCCAIN TOLD HOSTS OF ABC'S 'THE VIEW'

John McCain On The View



On Meghan Joining The View



McCain on why he "strongly recommended" his daughter Meghan join The View as a co-host: "So many Americans watch this program and have their information and knowledge as a result of her participation and all of you."



On Battle With Cancer



"It does make you appreciate every minute of every hour of every day," McCain said. "We should all thank God for every minute."



On Controversy Over Call To Gold Star Widow



"We should not be fighting about a brave American who lost his life serving his country."




On Vietnam Draft Dodgers



McCain said he doesn't consider President Trump a "draft dodger" but feels the system was "wrong" for allowing certain Americans to "evade their responsibility to serve the country": "When we ask the lowest income portion of our public to do our fighting and dying for us ... that's disgraceful."


 
On Trump's Threat To Him



McCain responded to Trump's "I fight back" comment: "I've faced greater challenges... Let's stop insulting each other, let's start respecting each other."



On Relationship With Trump



When asked what his relationship is like Pres. Trump, McCain said, "almost none."





On Defending Obama On 2008 Campaign Trail



McCain recalled correcting an audience member who called Obama "an Arab": "You can't let that go. 


You've just gotta do what's right."



"This has got to stop," McCain said of the lack of civility in politics today. "We've got to be respectful of one another's views and have a dialogue on truth and not on allegations and personal attacks!"



On His Legacy



McCain shared what he wants to people to remember him for: "He served his country and he's proud of his family."


Giving Meghan A Special Birthday Gift


McCain gave a heartfelt birthday gift to his daughter that brought her to tears.


WATCH HERE.



Additional Highlights From Today's Show



Hot Topics: Controversy Over Call To Widow Of Sgt. La David Johnson Continues
"Our president has got to stop!" Meghan McCain reacted to Pres. Trump disputing the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson's account of their call on Twitter. "There has to be limitations on the people in this country who fight and die for our freedom... If nothing else is off limits, at least let this be off-limits."



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