Showing posts with label THE VIEW. Show all posts
Showing posts with label THE VIEW. Show all posts

Thursday, October 11, 2018


Neil Patrick Harris Visits The View

Neil Patrick Harris on his twins' Halloween costumes, National Coming Out Day.

Harris and his husband David Burtka are Halloween PROS! We look back at their fabulous costumes over the past few years with their twins.

"It allows your light to shine a little brighter.” Ahead of National Coming Out Day, Harris opens up about coming out: "I was pleased that when I came out, the ceiling didn’t crash in, I was able to stand taller, and be more … transparent about who I was."

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Tuesday, October 02, 2018


Jeff Flake On The View

Hot Topics: Jeff Flake discusses decision to call for FBI investigation.

Whoopi Goldberg weighs in on the senator's comment that if he were up for re-election there wouldn't be "a chance" that he would've made the decision to call for an FBI investigation: "That should give everybody pause, because the idea that you would let a potential monster sit on the Supreme Court because you wanted to get re-elected tells us we have some issues here!"

"What's scary to think that none of this would've happened if Jeff Flake had taken the stairs!" Behar said of the viral moment caught on video where two women rebuked his earlier decision to support Kavanaugh's nomination. "I'm serious — he happened to be in the elevator... he was stuck in the elevator and they got him!"

"What Jeff Flake did was such a blessing for this country because he said 'Let's take a step back, let's take a breath,'" Abby Huntsman says. "It's really healthy thing for all of us to do, to take the politics out of it, if that's even possible, and say 'Is this the right person to be on the Supreme Court?'"

Today on The View:

Actress Illeana Douglas discusses her allegations against Les Moonves, Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin hit the table.

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Monday, August 06, 2018


Michael Avenatti On The View

Michael Avenatti on Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen

"In retrospect, I'm glad Michael Cohen did take those recordings," Avenatti says. "You deserve to know what your leaders have done and whether... they've committed crimes. It's just that simple. Everyone should be demanding the release of these tapes."

Avenatti discusses what the contents are on the disc he tweeted a picture of in March: "As soon as we get it back from law enforcement, I'll be happy to talk about it."

Avenatti says Stormy Daniels' arrest was 'politically motivated'

Avenatti says he believes there will be "no question that it will be proven" Daniels' Ohio arrest was politically motivated: "In America, we should not be using the power of the badge to arrest our political enemies."


Avenatti discusses possible run for president in 2020

"2020 is going to prove to be a critical election," Avenatti says. "The Democrats have to nominate somebody who can beat Donald Trump... I will strongly consider it."

Friday, July 06, 2018


The View

From thrillers and books heading to the big screen to politics, fantasy and the classics, “The Ladies Get Lit” all next week on ABC’s “The View” (11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EDT). Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin and Meghan McCain come from different backgrounds with different points of view and that also applies to their summer reading picks. Each day the week of JULY 9-13, the co-hosts are sharing their favorite books to help you unwind, escape, learn and laugh and you just might be surprised who is recommending a parenting guide.

All week long, “The View” will be sharing daily updates on and the show’s official social media platforms including excerpts from the books on the list and videos of the co-hosts reading passages from their selections.

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.

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Saturday, June 23, 2018


Cynthia Nixon On The View

New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon weighs in on Trump signing an executive order to keep migrant families together: "I am glad he has signed this executive order against himself, protecting them from him. I wish he would sign some more executive orders protecting us from him."

She calls to abolish ICE, saying the federal agency has "strayed so far from the interests of the American people and the interests of humanity — we need to abolish it."

She reacts the press' difficulties getting access to child detention centers, and compares it to coverage of the Vietnam War: "When you show people what's really happening, and the brutality and the injustice ... it's very hard to defend this kind of a policy."

"The problems that we have start at the top," she says of why she's running for governor, and discusses taking on Gov. Andrew Cuomo. "We're a Democratic state here ... but we've got a governor who hands over power to the Republicans and who has governed like a Republican."

Nixon shares her plan for education reform, saying "we need to invest in schools, not jails!"
Her plan includes fully funding K-12 education "without regard to the zip code, the property values in those areas and the skin color of the children who attend those schools."

Nixon talks the role her Sex and the City fame plays in her candidacy: "If the comparison is to Donald Trump, there's almost no overlap... I don't think celebrity is necessarily a bad thing in politics — it gives you a platform and it depends on what you do with that platform!"

She responds to those calling her qualifications into question: "When women run for office, celebrity or not, immediately their qualifications ... their motivations are questioned."

"We see women running for office across this country because they believe what I believe," she says. "If you really wanna bring change, we have to be the ones who are gonna bring it!"

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Tuesday, June 19, 2018


The View On Trump Border Policy

Hot Topics: Trump blames Democrats for border policy separating children from parents

"There is no law that mandates that children must be separated from their families — that is not the law, that is a policy that has been put in place by this administration," Sunny Hostin says of Trump's comment that a law Democrats instituted was to blame. "That policy was zero tolerance for people [crossing] the border."

"This isn't a partisan issue ... this is wrong," Hostin added.

How did we get here — and who has the power to stop the separation of children from their parents at the border? "It's on us!" Whoopi Goldberg says. "This is gonna come back and bite us all....not just Republicans and Democrats."

Wednesday, June 13, 2018


Letitia Conliffe On The View

Struggling mom-turned-caregiver to her community gets heartwarming surprise live on The View.

Letitia Conliffe, once a homeless single mom, now provides love and care for the children in her community in need — making sure they are never in the position she was in. The View surprised her with over $70,000 worth of gifts from various companies that will help her continue her good work through her club for kids, Lil’ 4’s.

"I just want to give them a chance in life and let them know whatever you go through, let Miss Letitia go through [it] with you," Conliffe told us.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018


Christopher Plummer On The View

Christopher Plummer on replacing Kevin Spacey in All The Money In The World:

Plummer says he's "fortunate" for his continued success at age 88: "Every ten years is another career, it's incredible. I feel like I'm starting all over again."

Plummer is the oldest man to be nominated for an Oscar for his role in All The Money In The World — the film where he replaced Kevin Spacey amidst the assault and harassment accusations against him: "I've been replaced and I've replaced many times in my career ... "

"I love playing a troublemaker," Plummer talks his mischievous role in the new movie Boundaries. "They're so much more interesting than 'goody two-shoes!'"

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Tuesday, June 05, 2018


Where Is Melania Trump On The View

Hot Topics: Where is Melania Trump?

The first lady has not been seen in public since May 10, and it's been announced she will not join Pres. Trump on his trips to the G7 summit in Quebec and the North Korea summit in Singapore. The co-hosts discuss.

"We need to give her a break and let her mend and let her do what she needs to do," Sunny Hostin says.

"I just wish people would just continue being respectful," Meghan McCain says.

More Hot Topics: Michael Eric Dyson on national anthem protest, Kanye West's comments on slavery.

"Black people are morally conservative even if they're politically progressive," Dyson says Republicans don't realize that they have could have "an advantage" when it comes to black voters.

 "There are some deeply rooted conservative values that need to be taken advantage of if Republicans weren't so bigoted and weren't so racist."

Dyson calls Kanye West's controversial comments on slavery "ignorant," and shares about his conversation with the artist and wife Kim Kardashian "after the fiasco.


On The View Today:  Newt Gingrich joins the table to talk to Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin and Meghan McCain about the latest in the Russia investigation, the summit with North Korea, President Trump’s relationship with the media and more.

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Tuesday, May 29, 2018


Sen. Elizabeth Warren On The View

Sen. Elizabeth Warren talks immigration, Trump's campaign spying claims, North Korea summit & Sen. Warren reacts to Pres. Trump blaming "horrible law that separates children from [their] parents" on Democrats:

"The fact that children are being torn out of the arms of their mothers is on Donald Trump's head and nobody else's!"

Sen. Warren says Pres. Trump is attempting to "undermine" American institutions with claims his campaign was spied on:

"As Trump hears the hoofbeats, that [the Mueller investigation's] getting closer to him, he's throwing everything he can in the road." "I want to see America find a way to help move North Korea to denuclearization — that's hard!" Sen. Warren says of the summit. "You gotta have a plan, and you've gotta have people to execute ... I want to see a plan and I want to see America succeed."

Trump Slammed For Memorial Day Tweet On The View

Hot Topics: Trump slammed for Memorial Day tweet.

The president touted his accomplishments on Twitter, saying "those who died for our great country would be very happy" — Meghan McCain says the tweet is "so tone deaf and so insulting to every veteran who died."

"He's sort of making Memorial Day about him — a day about fallen soldiers — when he was never a soldier," Sunny Hostin says.

"This guy has no concept of what anybody did in any war — he has no idea — and the narcissism in this man is palpable," Joy Behar says.

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Thursday, May 24, 2018


Snoop Dogg Visits 'The View'

Snoop Dogg gives his take on Kanye West's recent controversial comments about slavery, saying "he's crying out for help":

"He truly misses his mother, he truly misses a black woman in his life. He truly misses the stability of having somebody telling him when he's wrong ... as opposed to allowing him to continue to do what he's doing."

"That's my homegirl!"

Snoop Dogg calls his unexpected friendship with Martha Stewart "special":

 "People would've never thought that we could have a relationship ... but that's what's wrong with people. Stop judging a book by the cover and allow people to understand and learn from each other!"

Snoop Dogg says his new gospel album Bible Of Love is inspired by his grandmother:  

"What I wanted to do was make a record that she could be proud of, that she could play. I know she's in heaven right now tellin' everybody 'Look at my grandson shining.'" 

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Monday, May 14, 2018


The View

Fridays Hot Topics At The View: Meghan McCain responds to White House aide's remark about her father.

"Don't feel bad for me or my family, we're really strong...My dad's actually really well right now. And I believe in the power of prayer, and I think it's helping," she said. "I don't understand what kind of environment you're working in when that would be acceptable and then you could come to work the next day and still have a job."

She adds: "Since my dad's been diagnosed - it's almost a year, July 19, I really feel like I understand the meaning of life, and it is not how you die. It is how you live, and I always have had something to believe in. My dad's about character and bipartisanship and something greater than yourself and believing in this country and believing in the fact that we as Americans can still come together, and that's something I grew up in and feeds me every day."

Thursday, May 10, 2018


Jake Tapper On The View

Jake Tapper on reported Russian oligarch payment to Michael Cohen and new book The Hellfire Club.

Tapper weighs in on reports that a firm with ties to a Russian oligarch made payments to Trump's attorney Michael Cohen, and responds to critics who say Michael Avenatti is just looking for attention with this story: "The truth of the matter is, this story has legs! Something's going on here."

Jake Tapper Talks 'Fake News' On The View

Jake Tapper on the position of journalists in this political climate.

Tapper responds to Trump's latest attack on the media where the president claims "91% of network news about me is negative (fake)": "That's his definition of fake news — anything that he doesn't like. That's actually not the definition of fake!"

Tapper responds to critics who say some of his reporting has been biased and editorialized: "I am absolutely biased against lies [and against] when people say things that are indecent."

Tapper talks sparring with Kellyanne Conway in an interview discussing whether the White House has a credibility issue: "She didn't challenge the premise. I said, 'He tells lots of lies.' And she said: 'He does many things.'" Tapper compared her comment to "a defense attorney saying: But what about all the banks my client didn't rob?"

Tapper says he "would much rather be covering the policy debates": "I don't know one journalist that wouldn't prefer lower ratings, but a return to normalcy."

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Wednesday, May 09, 2018


Gabrielle Union On Raising Black Boys

Gabrielle Union on why her message about raising black boys is resonating and powerful role in new film Breaking In. Union says the response to discussing her sexual assault in her memoir was "overwhelming," saying each stop on her book tour felt like "a therapy session":

"It just turned into such a sense of healing and acknowledgement, and it was so important for so many people."

Union shares why she says her discussions about raising black boys are "eye-opening" for those "who may be a little ignorant to what's it's like to move through this world in brown bodies and raising brown children."

Union plays a super fierce mom in her new thriller Breaking In, and says it "celebrates kick-butt people, especially women, who do whatever it takes to protect our kids": "We don't celebrate ourselves enough as caregivers ... we do heroic things every day, every second."

The View Talks Attorney General Eric Schneiderman

Hot Topics: NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman resigns over sexual abuse allegations.

Additional Highlights From Yesterdays Show:

Meghan McCain Update On Her Dad John McCain

Meghan McCain shares update on her father Sen. John McCain:

McCain tells us her father is having a "great recovery" and is "making jokes."

She adds: "I'd like everybody to take a collective breath and chill out on my dad for a second..."

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Monday, May 07, 2018


The View On Lying Giuliani

Hot Topics: Trump says Giuliani will ‘get his facts straight’

"Giuliani's new so he hasn't gotten a chance to get his lies straight!" Joy Behar says. "He's not up to speed on the alternative facts!"

The View On Sarah Sanders

Hot Topics: Has WH press secretary Sarah Sanders lost her credibility?

"She's being put in an untenable position where she's not being communicated with in the right way," Meghan McCain says. "I don't know how to explain any of this, it's not traditional politics!" "Her job description is to lie for a liar!" Joy Behar says.

"It's like a bad game of Frogger," Sara Haines says. "She just keeps dodging!"

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Monday, April 30, 2018


Kathy Griffin On The View

Kathy Griffin says she is taking back her apology.

Griffin says she regrets apologizing for the controversial Trump photoshoot, says she "wanted to make a statement of what a misogynist he is": "The First Amendment is the First Amendment for a reason — it's the first one!"

 "I'm not holding back." Griffin discusses her comeback: "This president is different — and I have been through the mill and I'm back on the road."

Hot Topics: Trump holds rally in Michigan as he skips White House correspondents' dinner
Ana Navarro says she was struck by Pres. Trump's controversial comments: "I can't bring myself to hold a comedian for one night to a higher standard than we hold the President of the United States for his entire term!"

"If we're gonna have a real conversation about the White House Correspondents' Dinner, about the tenor of what happened there, about the tone, about civility — we also have to condemn and look at what he's doing!" Navarro added.


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Wednesday, April 25, 2018



The View Talks Ivana Trump

Hot Topics: Flight records contradict Trump claims on Moscow visit, report says.

"That dossier is starting to sound truer and truer," Joy Behar says, referring to the document containing salacious allegations about Pres. Trump's trips to Moscow — allegations the president has denied.

Sunny Hostin weighs in: "I just don't understand how you lie about something that is so easily verifiable. You took a plane, so there are always plane logs, y'know?"

Hot Topics: Ivana Trump comments on Vanessa, Donald Trump Jr.'s divorce.

Ivana Trump questioned who would date Vanessa Trump, a mother of five, after she filed for divorce from her son Donald Jr. — Whoopi Goldberg weighs in: "Stop being a hater, honey! That's the mother of your grandchildren, why would you do that?"

The View Talks Hillary Clinton

Hot Topics: Should Hillary Clinton change her Twitter bio?

Hillary Clinton says she would change her bio because it lists "wife" first — Sara Haines points out and celebrates the fact that women no longer have to treat their "traditional" and "career-oriented" roles as mutually exclusive: "If you want both, more power to you! You can do all of the above — you can have it all!"

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Monday, April 23, 2018


Diane Sawyer On The #METOO Movement

Diane Sawyer on women in America the #MeToo movement neglected.

"They want to make sure we hear their stories. too." Sawyer gave a preview of her 20/20 special from Friday night, My Reality: A Hidden America, where she talks with the many strong, hardworking American women living paycheck to paycheck facing workplace harassment everyday.

Anthony Scaramucci Talks Donald Trump

Hot Topics: Anthony Scaramucci on Comey's memos, Trump and whether Michael Cohen will flip.

"He does embellish stories, there's no question about that," guest co-host Anthony Scaramucci says of Pres. Trump. "You may disagree with it and you may not like his style, but there is a methodology to what he's doing."

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018


Stormy Daniels On The View


Daniels reveals sketch of man who allegedly threatened her to keep quiet about alleged Trump affair. Stormy Daniels, her attorney Michael Avenatti discuss court hearing on Michael Cohen raid.

On why she's speaking out: "I'm tired of being threatened...I'm sorry, I'm done being bullied."

"I worked really hard for the last decade in the adult business which I have no qualms about, I'm not ashamed..." Daniels responds to those who say the scandal is a publicity stunt to get her out of the adult film business. "There's a lot of publicity, but I didn't do it for that because this isn't what I want to be known for."

Daniels reacts to Pres. Trump's denial he knew anything about $130,000 payment made to her: "I work in the adult business and I'm a better actor than he is."

Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti reveal composite sketch of man who allegedly threatened Daniels.

Daniels and Avenatti reveal a sketch of the man she says threatened her to keep quiet about her alleged affair with Donald Trump. Avenatti says they are offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the identity of the man in the sketch.

Daniels shares why she initially didn't speak out about being allegedly threatened: "I didn't tell my husband at the time, I was embarrassed ... I didn't want him to think I was a bad mom or that I put my daughter in danger."

Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti responds to those questioning her credibility because of her job Daniels responds to those who question her credibility because of her career as an adult film star:

 "What I do for a living should not matter. What I do for a job doesn't impact my ability to know right from wrong, or my ability to tell the truth."

Daniels opens up about how going public with her story has affected her life, saying women have "come up... and profusely thanked me" while others have approached her family "and say the most horrible things in front of [my] child."

Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti on whether Cohen will turn on Trump, and their end goal.

Avenatti gives with his take on whether Trump lawyer Michael Cohen will turn on the president: 

"There's no question in my mind that Michael Cohen: A) is gonna be indicted in the next three months likely and B) he's gonna roll on the president."

Stormy Daniels on inspiring other women to speak out. Daniels discusses what she wants to be the end result of sharing her story:

 "If I can inspire or convince a woman who feels that she has been intimidated or bullied or is too afraid to come forward to an accuser or an attacker, then I'm happy."

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018



The View

‘The Political View’ you can’t miss! Today April 17, Stormy Daniels sits down with the co-hosts of “The View” (11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EDT) for her first live television interview. Daniels will be joined in studio by her attorney Michael Avenatti. She will discuss her reaction to the latest news surrounding her case including today’s hearing with the president’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen and how she is dealing with her newfound attention.

And Wednesday, April 18, former FBI Director James Comey joins the table to talk about his new book, (“A Higher Loyalty”) and no topic is off limits.

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