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

Friday, December 15, 2017


Joe Biden Talks About Running For President

Former Vice President Joe Biden reacts to Alabama Senate race, discusses his late son’s battle with cancer and more.

On Alabama special election for Senate

Biden praised Doug Jones for his Senate win, saying "it makes me feel better about the nation": "This is not just about rejecting Trump."

On Pres. Trump's heated exchange with Sen. Gillibrand on Twitter 

Biden reacted to Trump's tweet about Gillibrand: "First of all I think it's disgusting..."

Joe Biden With Meghan McCain

Biden shares an emotional moment with Meghan McCain about her father’s diagnosis
Biden consoled Meghan McCain, whose father was diagnosed with the same cancer as Biden's late son Beau: "There is hope. And if anybody can make it, your dad [can]."

On how his family is coping with the loss of Beau

"Beau is my soul." Biden opened up about how his family is dealing with the loss of his late son: "Beau is missing but we've all decided to not talk about the loss as much [as] the inspiration he was to all of us."

Biden shared an incredible story of how Beau dealt with recovery from the car crash that killed his sister and mother, with his brother Hunter by his side: "That was Beau, Beau was always the guy, from the time he was a child — always giving."

Biden said: "I swear, guys, we are going to beat this damned disease. We really are."

Joe Biden On The View

On running for president

Biden on running in 2020: "If, in a year from now, if we're ready, and nobody has moved in that I think can do it, then I may very well do it."


On his relationship with President Obama

"All those memes are basically true!" Biden joked.


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Tuesday, December 12, 2017


Terror Attack On The View

Hot Topics: Terror Attack In NYC

"New York does an incredible job of protecting our subways and our buses," Sunny Hostin said. "Hats off for [the] men and women that protect us."

Hot Topics: Are Alabama voters set on Roy Moore?

Meghan McCain said many Alabama conservative voters standing behind the embattled Senate candidate are determined to "vote conservative": "This is exactly what I heard during the last [presidential] election!"

"I think they have to justify it by saying, 'These people must've been paid or they're lying!' because I think to put your head down at night and be okay with what he did and vote for him is very difficult," Sara Haines said.

 Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Thursday, December 07, 2017



Hot Topics: Sara Haines Opens Up About Getting Married, Having Kids In Late 30s.

"You have to go out there if it's something you want," Haines says. "We sell our souls to jobs, we work out to the point we're uncomfortable just to be skinny ... but when we look for our best friends and partners, we want it to be convenient and comfortable."

Hot Topics: Steve Bannon slams Mitt Romney for not serving in Vietnam.

"Take a seat!" Meghan McCain fired back at Bannon's criticism of Romney. "Who the hell are you to be sitting here and talking about service [after what] your administration said about my father!?"

Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Tuesday, December 05, 2017


'The View' Talks Long Island Medium

Hot Topics: Billy Bush fires back at Trump for questioning authenticity of 'Access Hollywood' tape.

"I don't think they cared the first time about this video and I don't think they're going to care the second time," Sara Haines said of whether Bush's essay will impact red state voters.

More Hot Topics: Hot Topics: Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo splits with husband. The Hosts give you their view. 

Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney 

Thursday, November 30, 2017


Matt Lauer Conversation @ The View

Hot Topics @ The View: Matt Lauer fired from NBC over sexual misconduct allegations.

"This was really hard for me to hear because I grew up at the Today show and I worked with Matt for years and years," Sara Haines said of her experience at NBC after the long-time anchor was fired due to "inappropriate sexual behavior."

"He was someone that cheerleaded for me and supported me — and as I know Savannah said, he was extremely beloved there."

"I do commend the person with the bravery who comes out to speak about any of this type of behavior."

"I feel for my friends over there today because I know it's a dark day there at the Today show — it's just hard."

Sunday, November 26, 2017


Sherri Shepherd

NEW YORK — Actress and Emmy-Award winning former co-host of ABC’s “The View” Sherri Shepherd has joined Aldis Hodge (Underground) and Greg Kinnear to co-star in biopic Brian Banks, directed by Tom Shadyac (Liar Liar, The Nutty Professor, Evan Almighty) for producers Shivani Rawat’s ShivHans Pictures and Amy Baer’s Gidden Media. The biopic tells the story of Banks (Hodge), an All-American high school football player committed to USC by his junior year whose life was upended in 2002 when he was falsely accused of rape. Despite maintaining his innocence, Banks was railroaded through the system and sentenced to a decade of prison and parole.

With the help of the California Innocence Project, spearheaded by Justin Brooks (Kinnear), the criminal defense attorney and CIP co-founder, Banks’ conviction was overturned in 2012. He briefly played with the Atlanta Falcons in the 2013 preseason. Shepherd will portray Banks’ mother, Leomia, who was the glue that kept Banks together during his trial.

The script was written by Doug Atchison who wrote and directed the critically acclaimed Akeelah and the Bee.

The production takes place in Memphis, where Shadyac lives. He will bring in local film students to shadow and learn while he shoots the film.

The project was originally developed through Baer’s development fund Gidden Media. She will produce alongside Shivani Rawat and Monica Levinson (ShivHans Pictures) who also financed. Banks, Brooks, Derrick Tseng and Neil Strum are executive producers.

Shepherd’s film credits include co-starring with Katherine Heigl in "One for the Money" and with Chris Rock in "Top Five." Additionally, she has co-starred in such movies as the award-winning "Precious," "Woodlawn," "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa," "Guess Who," "Who's Your Caddy," "Beauty Shop" and "Ride Along 2," starring Kevin Hart.

Shepherd will begin shooting the second season of NBC sitcom “Trial and Error,” starring John Lithgow in March 2018 where she will reprise her co-starring role as legal secretary “Anne Hatch.”

Shepherd is represented by 3 Arts Entertainment.

Monday, November 20, 2017


Leeann Tweeden On The View

Revealed handwritten note from Sen. Franken

Leeann Tweeden spoke out about sexual misconduct allegations against Sen. Al Franken

Tweeden read the note: "It says, ‘Dear Leeann, I want to apologize to you personally. I don't know what was in my head when I took that picture. But that doesn't matter. There's no excuse. I understand why you can feel violated by that photo. I remember that rehearsal differently. But what's important is the impact on you and you felt violated by my actions, and for that I apologize. I have tremendous respect for your work for the USO. And I am ashamed that my actions ruined that experience for you. I am so sorry. Sincerely, Al Franken.'"

According to Tweeden, Franken also asked to meet with her personally.

Shared her story and why she spoke out

Tweeden discussed the bystanders' role in the now-infamous photo on a USO airplane, and talks about what she wants from Franken going forward.

Reacted to Pres. Trump's tweet

"This whole last 24 hours of my life have been overwhelming and surreal and then to have the president of the United States tweeting about you and this picture is — I almost don't even know what to say," Tweeden said in response to Trump's tweet.

Photo Courtesy of: ABC / Disney

Tuesday, November 14, 2017


Highlights From Today's View

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...!"

Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Monday, November 06, 2017


Sen. Jeff Flake on Senate exit and why "we shouldn't condone" Trump's rhetoric, calls for better info-sharing between agencies after Texas shooting.
Sen. Jeff Flake On The View

THE VIEW -- Flake calls being a senator "honor of my lifetime," shares why he's leaving at end of term: "I could not speak out as I am now."

"We shouldn't condone it!" Flake talks taking on Pres. Trump, and why he's not returning to the Senate after his term: "There is no way you can be competitive in a Republican primary ... if you don't agree with the president's position and you don't condone his behavior."

"We have huge issues that we've gotta solve that will only be solved if both parties agree to share the credit, and most importantly, share the political risks," Flake said of needed bipartisan leadership.

Joy Behar questioned Sen. Flake on his NRA stance in wake of tragic Texas church shooting: "Now that you're not running again, how do you feel about speaking the truth about the NRA?"

Flake called for improved information-sharing between agencies after the shooting: "It needs to be better."

Hot Topics: Trump Calls Texas Shooting "Mental Health Problem"

"Here's an example of a guy that maybe stopped some more shooting by having a gun. He would've passed, probably, a universal background check," Sara Haines said of how this tragedy could be avoided. "The bad guy wouldn't have! A universal check may screen more people out!"

Photo Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney


Keith Olbermann On The View

The other day, Keith Olbermann Talks Trump, DNC Campaign Bombshell, Russia Probe, and much More.

"Whatever was done there didn't work out particularly well for her," Olbermann said of Hillary Clinton and the recent DNC allegations.

"In retrospect, based on what we've seen in the last two years in this country, I owe [Sen. John McCain] an apology, I probably owe George W. Bush an apology, and I would happily take a third term of George Bush rather than this," he said of the current state of politics.

Tuesday, October 31, 2017


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


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.


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."

 Photo Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Thursday, September 07, 2017


Sarah Sanders On DACA Decision:  "Force Congress To Actually Do Their Jobs"

Gov. Huckabee comments on pardoned ex-sheriff Joe Arpaio: "I do not agree that he's a racist."

Sarah Sanders On The View

Sanders On Being A Mom & New Job

"It perfectly prepared me to deal with the White House press corps," Sanders said of raising young children.

Sanders On Defending Pres. Trump

Jedediah Bila asked if she's "struggled" "as a woman, as a person" to defend Pres. Trump: "Women want equal opportunity, and this president certainly gives it to them."

Trump's Self-Proclaimed War With "Fake News" Media

Co-host Sara Haines questioned the press secretary about the White House's responsibility to mend those fences, saying: "It's dangerous because the media is here for a purpose — it has a very important historical role. And when people that don't know the difference in these mediums are sitting out there going 'media, fake news, fake news' you are kind of taking away a check and balance of society."

Gov. Huckabee On Pardoned Arizona Ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio

"I know Joe Arpaio," Huckabee said. "I do not agree that he's a racist."

Sanders On DACA Decision: "Force Congress To Actually Do Their Jobs"

"A lot of people are protesting Trump Tower," she told the co-hosts. "I think they should go protest the United States Capitol — those are the people that have the ability to actually make laws."

Sanders Responded To Trump's Viral Eclipse Moment

Haines concluded their interview by asking Sanders: "What were you thinking when President Trump looked directly into the eclipse?"

"Maybe he has superpowers we don't know about," Sanders joked.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017


Kim Kardashian On The View

In this SNEAK PEEK clip of Kim Kardashian’s appearance on ABC’s “The View” airing Tuesday, June 20th, the reality TV superstar and entrepreneur talks about her relationship with Caitlyn Jenner and her reaction to the things written about her mom and her family in Jenner’s new book.

On Thursday 7/13 and Friday 7/14, Caitlyn Jenner will join the Hot Topics table to guest co-host.

The View airs at 11e|10c|p on ABC
@theview   #theview

Friday, June 16, 2017



Laverne Cox On The View

Laverne Cox Weighs In On Sen. Kamala Harris, Pride Month and Orange Is The New Black.

"I love the senator — and I would love if they could just not interrupt her," Cox said of Sen. Harris' questioning in Russia hearings.

 Cox shares why she thinks Pres. Trump has yet to acknowledge June as pride month: "He's really busy ... he's now under investigation so he's got a lot to deal with."

Pres. Trump Under Investigation For Obstruction Of Justice?

"The real issue is: Did the president of the United States obstruct justice?" Sunny Hostin responds to those drawing attention to leaks in Russia probe. "People wanna talk about the leak and not about the crime!"

Millions are watching the Russia probe hearings — and Sara Haines says she's "glad people are tuning in": "Regardless of what side you fall, participation defines a democracy."

Watch The View weekdays on ABC at 11e|10c|p! 

Monday, May 08, 2017


Wanda Sykes Visits The View

Wanda Sykes Talks White House Correspondents' Dinner, Snatched & Motherhood when she visited The View last week.

"It's racism," Sykes says of the House passing a bill to repeal Obamacare. "They're just trying to erase everything Pres. Obama did."

Sykes weighs in on Trump's plan to build a border wall between Mexico and the U.S.: "Dumbest idea ever!"

Photo Courtesy of: ABC / Disney  


Tuesday, April 04, 2017


On Set With The View Yesterday

Hot Topics: Nikki Haley Says There's 'No Love' Between US and Russia

“[President Trump will] be tough on certain things — he’ll be tough on the media ... tough on SNL ... But this is when it’s time to be tough [and] somehow he disappears!” Jedediah Bila said.

Hot Topics: White House Announces Sex Assault Awareness Month


Hot Topics: Bill O'Reilly Settles Sexual Harassment Lawsuits

“The reason that Bill O’Reilly still has a job is because of ad revenue," Bila said. “Money talks!”

Photo Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Friday, March 24, 2017


Top Democrat on House Intel Committee Rep. Adam Schiff Says Was “Blindsided, But Mostly Just Mystified” by Nunes’ Actions.

Rep. Adam Schiff

Rep. Schiff joined the co-hosts from Washington, D.C. and said he was “mystified” by the actions of the committee’s chair Rep. Devin Nunes: “He has to either have the surrogate role or the chairman role, but he can’t do both.”

“There’s no basis for the president’s slanderous accusation against his predecessor,” Schiff said of Nunes' highly-criticized intelligence brief to Pres. Trump. “Even on the basis of what the chairman has said about these intercepts, nothing in it vindicates the president in any way.”

Hot Topics: What's Behind House Intelligence Committee Head Nunes' Russia Probe Comments?

Whoopi Goldberg reacted to Pres. Trump saying he's 'vindicated' in Russia probe developments: "He's not vindicated! No one was directly tapping you!"

Jedediah Bila addressed the House Intelligence chair: "Nunes ... are you interested in finding out if Russia compromised our election, or are you ... trying to prove [Pres. Trump's] tweets he initially put out there?"

Thursday, March 23, 2017


Joy Behar And Rachel Maddow

Hot Topics: Rachel Maddow Talks Releasing Part of Pres. Trump’s 2005 Tax Return

Maddow on the importance of releasing Pres. Trump's tax returns: "What we need to know is whether the president is conflicted."

Maddow joked about the Trump family's reaction to her release of the tax returns:

 "'It's real and great ... also it's FAKE and it's illegal for you to publish them!' It's either fake or it's real, you guys have to pick one!"

Wednesday, March 08, 2017


Sherri Shepherd joins the hosts at the Hot Topics table

The Week of The View at at Walt Disney World continued with Sherri Shepherd and Modern Family’s Ariel Winter!

Hot Topics: Dr. Ben Carson: Slaves Were "Immigrants"

"How did he miss that no slave came to this country willingly?" Whoopi Goldberg said. "How did it get missed by this wonderful man?"

Sherri Shepherd Talks Moving To L.A. And Her Love Life:

"I love being single!"

Jedediah Bila Has Fun @ The Tree Of Life

Ariel Winter Talks Empowering Women, Teaching Kids To Be 'Good People'

"Sofia's really teaching young kids, young girls and boys ... how to be good people — how to be loyal and kind and how to be a friend and a daughter and a sister," Winter says of Sofia the First, a character she voices on the Disney Junior show.

Joy Behar Gets Schooled By Kid Star Wars Fans

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