Sunny Hostin

Recent TV Appearances

ABC / Lou Rocco

ABC / Lou Rocco

ABC / Lou Rocco

Here are selected video clips of Sunny's recent television appearances.

Sarah Sanders Says White House May Revoke Clearances

The View | July 24, 2018 - Sarah Sanders says the White House is exploring revoking security clearances of several former intelligence chiefs and others, saying: "They've politicized and in some cases monetized their public service." The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

Sacha Baron Cohen Pranks Georgia Lawmaker To Use Slurs, Bare Bottom

The View | July 24, 2018 - Cohen posed as an Israeli military expert to persuade GOP Representative Jason Spencer to take part in several outlandish exercises — including yelling a racial slur and dropping his pants — saying it was part of a counterterrorism video. The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

James Gunn Fired Over Past Tweets

The View | July 23 ,2018 - The director was fired from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 following "indefensible" past tweets. The co-hosts of The View weigh in. [ more ]

Trump Threatens Iran In All-Caps Tweet

The View | July 23, 2018 - President Trump issued an all-caps threat to Iran after the country's president said that pursuing hostilities against his country could lead to "the mother of all wars." The co-hosts of The View weigh in on Trump's handling of foreign relations. [ more ]

Michael Cohen Secretly Recorded President Trump

The View | July 23, 2018 - A raid on President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen's office revealed audio of Trump discussing a payment for the rights to former Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal's story of an alleged affair with Trump. The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

Jennifer Garner On Giving Her Kids 'Yes Day,' Raising Chickens

The View | July 20, 2018 - The co-hosts of The View catch up with the fabulous Jennifer Garner. Garner talks about giving her children something they wanted more than their birthday and Christmas — "yes day!" And she and Sunny Hostin bond over raising chickens and keeping bees. [ more ]

Roseanne Barr "Defends" Valerie Jarrett Comments

The View | July 20, 2018 - Roseanne Barr rages about ex-Obama official in a new video, saying again she thought Valerie Jarrett was white. Sunny Hostin reacts to the outburst: "It just made me sad. I saw someone that is perhaps unraveling, someone who isn't surrounded by people that she needs. Someone needs to help her.... this is someone in distress." [ more ]

Trump Tweets "Fake News Media" Is "Real Enemy Of The People"

The View | July 19, 2018 - "You look at that term historically, it is just basic, full-on dictator speak," Sunny Hostin says of Trump calling the press "the enemy of the people." "The suggestion... one of the bedrocks of our democracy... [is] the enemy of the people... we should all be really terrified." [ more ]

Did Sarah Sanders Clarify Trump's Remarks?

The View | July 19, 2018 - The White House sought to clarify President Trump's comments to ABC News' Cecilia Vega on whether Russia targeted the U.S., saying his "no" was actually a "no" to taking reporters' questions. The co-hosts of The View discuss if it helped the situation. [ more ]

Abuse Survivors Take The Stage At ESPY Awards

The View | July 19, 2018 - More than 140 survivors of abuse at the hands of disgraced USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar took the stage and made a statement that could impact countless lives for years at last night's ESPYS. "It certainly uplifted many, many women," Sunny Hostin says. "Historically, women come forward and they're not believed... they're ostracized." [ more ]

Mark Zuckberg Faces Backlash For Not Censoring Holocaust Deniers

The View | July 19, 2018 - Mark Zuckerberg faces criticism for saying Facebook posts denying the Holocaust would not be removed automatically, saying there are things "people get wrong," and doesn't think they are "intentionally" getting it wrong. The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

Trump Says He Meant "Wouldn't," Not "Would" At Helsinki Summit

The View | July 18, 2018 - President Trump says he misspoke at joint presser with Vladimir Putin, meant to say there was no reason "it wouldn't be Russia" behind election meddling. Will it help calm the fallout from the summit? "Will there be consequences to his behavior? Will people believe this clarification?" Sunny Hostin asks, and weighs in on reports that the president's supporters are "still supporting" him: "That's scary!" [ more ]

Daveed Diggs Discusses #BBQBecky incident in Oakland, New Film 'Blindspotting'

The View | July 18, 2018 - Daveed Diggs says while his new movie Blindspotting deals with topical subjects, "We weren't thinking about that when we wrote it": "Sometimes when you hold that mirror up, you realize we're all dealing with a lot of things all the time." [ more ]

Trump Questions U.S. Intelligence After Putin Meeting

The View | July 17, 2018 - The president has shockingly cast doubt on U.S. intelligence, calling Putin's meddling denial "strong and powerful" after his one-on-one meeting with the Russian leader. The co-hosts of The View react. [ more ]

Republicans Call Trump-Putin Meeting "Shameful"

The View | July 17, 2018 - GOP representatives McConnell, Graham, Hatch and more have spoken out against Trump's "shameful" meeting with Putin. The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

Sacha Baron Cohen Pranks Politicians

The View | July 16, 2018 - The comedian duped a handful of GOP lawmakers and gun rights activists into supporting a fictional program to arm toddlers on his new satire show. The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

What Will Putin and Trump Discuss at Summit?

The View | July 16, 2018 - As the two leaders sit down for a one-on-one meeting today, the co-hosts of The View discuss what this means for our relationship with Russia, and what message it sends to the rest of the world. [ more ]

Where's The Line Drawn For Cultural Appropriation?

The View | July 13, 2018 - The co-hosts of The View discuss the problem of appropriating from other cultures without acknowledging the source, specifically with regard to braided hair styles. “I think it is insulting to people like me, African-American people, when people say, 'oh, you’re wearing Bo Derek braids,'” Sunny Hostin said, adding she received those comments a lot when she wore cornrows as a child. “So it’s insulting when people appropriate it to the point that’s where people thinks it comes from.” [ more ]

John Quiñones Talks Very Topical Scenarios On 'What Would You Do?'

The View | July 13, 2018 - John Quiñones shares why the scenarios on hit ABC show What Would You Do? hit so close to home for him: "When I was a kid... people would follow us around in the store thinking we were going to steal something because of our tattered clothes, the color of our skin, and the accent in our voice." [ more ]

Did Kylie Jenner Exploit Black Culture For Cosmetics Empire?

The View | July 13, 2018 - After Kylie Jenner was named one of Forbes' "self-made" soon-to-be billionaires, one activist wrote that she's profited off exploiting black culture. The co-hosts of The View weigh in. [ more ]

Deadline Passes To Reunite Immigrant Kids With Families

The View | July 11, 2018 - The Trump administration hit a court-ordered deadline Tuesday to return immigrant children under the age of 5 to their parents — but less than half were reunited, HHS says. The co-hosts of The View discuss why it's taken so long. [ more ]

DL Hughley On Black Community's Relationship With Police, Hate Crimes

The View | July 11, 2018 - D. L. Hughley explains why he dedicated his book How Not To Get Shot And Other Advice From White People to his son, Kyle, who has Asperger's syndrome: "You [could] take my son away because he didn't understand?" He describes his fears and how he talks to Kyle about police interactions. [ more ]

Ladies Get Lit: Sunny Hostin Shares Her Must-Reads

The View | July 10, 2018 - Sunny shares her favorite books of the season — including titles from authors Tayari Jones, Jack Ford, Lisa Steele, and Tilar J. Mazzeo! [ more ]

Trump Names Brett Kavanaugh As Supreme Court Pick

The View | July 10, 2018 - In a prime-time television event, President Trump announced Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his second U.S. Supreme Court justice pick. The co-hosts of The View react to his nomination, and discuss what it means for the many issues set to hit the nation’s highest court. "If you believe in the judicial system... if you believe in the law... if you believe in the Constitution and precedent... you can't yell 'Fire!' at this point," Sunny Hostin says. [ more ]

Harassed For Being Black: Sunny Shares Her Story

The View | July 9, 2018 - With a slew of similar disheartening stories making headlines, Sunny Hostin shares while on vacation with friends, a group of young people yelled the 'n-word' at them: "It was shocking that in this day and age that that happened to us in that place." [ more ]

Scott Pruitt Out At EPA

The View | July 9, 2018 - The scandal-plagued Environmental Protection Agency chief has resigned. The co-hosts of The View break down if his replacement is better, and what the state of the coal industry and environmental regulations will be under the new leadership. [ more ]

Mike Colter Talks Meeting Sunny On 'Girls Trip' Set, 'Luke Cage'

The View | June 29, 2018 - Mike Colter says show Luke Cage "resonates with a lot of people because it feels like now." Colter says the show features "a bullet-proof black man who wears a hoodie" and says his character is "trying to find a way to change things, he's trying to help the community..." [ more ]

New GOP Ad Attacks 'Unhinged' Democrats

The View | June 29, 2018 - With both political parties being accused of "unhinged" comments fueling division in the U.S., the co-hosts of The View give their take on who is really setting the tone in current political discourse and if there's a chance to return to civility. "Harassment is never appropriate," Sunny Hostin says. "However, protests, peacefully, speaking your mind... is not illegal and in fact is our right!" [ more ]

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez On The Future Of The Democratic Party

The View | June 29, 2018 - "I felt we like could do better, and that we could be better as a country." 28-year-old Democratic Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shares why ran against Representative Joe Crowley, a 10-term incumbent in New York's 14th Congressional District, and how she was "so shocked" by her win. [ more ]

Justice Anthony Kennedy To Retire

The View | June 28, 2018 - Justice Anthony Kennedy, a crucial swing vote, said he will officially retire on July 31. The co-hosts of The Viewdiscuss the fate of policy such as abortion rights and gun laws under a more conservative Supreme Court. Sunny Hostin reacts: “I can understand why people will feel that their liberties are at jeopardy because the one thing [Justice Kennedy] stood for was personal liberty.” [ more ]

Democrats Regret Not Fighting For Obama's SCOTUS Pick Merrick Garland

The View | June 28, 2018 - Some Democrat Senators are expressing regret that they didn't fight harder for President Obama's Supreme Court pick Merrick Garland. Did they assume Clinton would become president? The co-hosts of The View weigh in. [ more ]

Meek Mill Denied New Trial

The View | June 27, 2018 - A Philadelphia judge denied rapper Meek Mill's petition for a new trial in his decade-old drug and gun convictions Monday despite support for the request by the district attorney's office. [ more ]

Elaine Chao Confronts Protestors Of Husband Mitch McConnell

The View | June 27, 2018 - The Transportation Secretary defended her husband, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, when a group protesting family border separations approached the couple while leaving an event. “Why do people feel that public officials can’t be asked about their service?" Sunny Hostin asks. The co-hosts of The View discuss if the protest was a good tactic. [ more ]

NY Primary Upset A Signal To Democrats

The View | June 27, 2018 - In a historic upset, 28-year-old former Bernie Sanders organizer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez unseated 4th ranking House Democrat and incumbent Joe Crowley. "She really spoke to the people," Sunny Hostin says. "There seems to be a succession plan for the Democratic party. There are younger people coming in, fresher people, innovative ideas and I think the communities are really grasping that energy..." [ more ]

Amber Tamblyn Talks New Book, Responds To Critics Calling #MeToo A Witch Hunt

The View | June 27, 2018 - Amber Tamblyn discusses her novel Any Man, a story about men who have been sexually assaulted: "If we're going to talk about inclusion... the most important first thing we have to do is make space for some of the most difficult conversations." [ more ]

Supreme Court Upholds Trump's Travel Ban

The View | June 26, 2018 - The co-hosts of The View react to today's 5-4 Supreme Court decision to uphold the Trump administration's travel ban, ruling the ban is "squarely within" the president's authority. [ more ]

Representative Maxine Waters Says She Didn't Advocate Harm

The View | June 26, 2018 - Some are calling for the congresswoman's resignation after she told rally-goers to "push back" on Trump administration members when they're in public. "Protesting is our constitutional right as Americans," Sunny Hostin says. "When you are a public servant, certainly the member of the cabinet ... and I feel that you are not serving me well — I think it is up to each and every American to call that out." [ more ]

Sarah Sanders Asked To Leave Restaurant

The View | June 25, 2018 - The White House press secretary says she was told to leave a restaurant because she works for President Trump. The co-hosts of The View discuss if it was the right move by the owner. [ more ]

TIME's Crying Child Cover Controversy

The View | June 25, 2018 - The magazine is receiving backlash for their illustration featuring the image of a crying Honduran girl, now that her father says she and her mother weren't separated. The co-hosts of The View discuss if the artwork still symbolizes the border crisis. [ more ]

Melania Trump Visits U.S.-Mexican Border

The View | June 22, 2018 - The first lady made a surprise trip to a border detention center yesterday. The co-hosts of The View weigh in on the intentions behind the visit. [ more ]

TIME Magazine's New Trump Cover

The View | June 22, 2018 - The latest cover of TIME magazine takes on family separations at the border head on. The co-hosts of The Viewdiscuss why the issue touched so many Americans, and crossed party lines. [ more ]

Cynthia Nixon On Border Crisis, Taking On Andrew Cuomo, Fixing NYC Subway

The View | June 21, 2018 - Cynthia Nixon stops by The View to share why she's running for governor and her thoughts on taking on Andrew Cuomo: "The problems that we have start at the top. 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." [ more ]

Cynthia Nixon On Whether 'Sex And The City' Fame Will Help Or Hurt Her Candidacy

The View | June 21, 2018 - Cynthia Nixon responds to those calling her qualifications into question: "When women run for office, celebrity or not, immediately their qualifications ... their motivations are questioned." [ more ]

U.S. Withdraws From United Nations Human Rights Council

The View | June 20, 2018 - The decision comes after more than a year of the U.S. accusing the council of anti-Israel bias and calling for reform — but it also follows one day after its High Commissioner criticized Trump's immigration policies. "I don't think that withdrawing is the right thing," Sunny Hostin says. "Until we can get our own house in order and make human rights at home a priority, it doesn't make sense for us to be at the table because we don't seem to know what we're doing right here..." [ more ]

Trump, Lewandowski Comments Fan Flames Of Border Crisis

The View | June 20, 2018 - The co-hosts of The View react to former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski mocking a story of 10-year-old immigrant girl with Down syndrome as Trump continues to defend his 'zero tolerance' policy. [ more ]

Audience Member Wins Trip Of A Lifetime To Puerto Rico

The View | June 20, 2018 - Sunny Hostin presents a member of The View audience with a trip to Puerto Rico! [ more ]

DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Says Separating Kids From Parents At Border Isn't Abuse

The View | June 19, 2018 - Attorney General Sessions and DHS Secretary Nielsen address a law enforcement conference amid growing outrage over the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy and the forced separation of immigrant parents from their children. Sunny Hostin reacts: "This president can end this policy right now. All he needs to do is say: 'We are not going to do it.' Period." [ more ]

Kevin Costner Talks Immigration Crisis At Border, New TV Series 'Yellowstone'

The View | June 19, 2018 - Kevin Costner reacts to family separations at the border, telling the co-hosts of The View he's "not recognizing America right now. We have to do better — we've been about more, we can be about more and right now we're acting really small." [ more ]

Trump Blames Democrats For Border Policy Separating Children From Parents

The View | June 18, 2018 - When asked about separating migrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border, Trump said: "I hate the children being taken away. The Democrats have to change their law. That's their law." Sunny breaks down the "policy put in place by this administration" that has caused the expanding immigration crisis at the US-Mexico border. [ more ]

Inspector General Report: No Bias Against Hillary Clinton

The View | June 18, 2018 - The inspector general blasted the former FBI director for "error of judgement" in Clinton email probe, and called out two senior FBI officials for exchanging anti-Trump texts during the campaign in a new report. "I am not conflicted about this at all... You have someone pretty powerful showing political bias. Your fact finding must be neutral when you work for the government!" Sunny Hostin says. "This is completely improper and he had a lot of power." [ more ]

Chris Cuomo Clashes With Corey Stewart

The View | June 15, 2018 - Chris Cuomo questioned the GOP Senate candidate on his ties to two prominent white nationalists — and Cuomo was forced to defend his late father after Stewart launched into a personal attack. “That was a low blow … but that is the level of discord we are seeing in this country,” Sunny says. “[Corey Stewart] should be ashamed of himself — and I think the people that voted for him for the primary, I hope they watch that exchange and I hope they care about it!” [ more ]

John Cena Relents To Fatherhood

The View | June 15, 2018 - After receiving an ultimatum from his long time girlfriend Nikki Bella, John said he would "make the sacrifice" of giving her a child, despite not wanting one. Sunny Hostin considers if this is a wise approach to parenthood.: "I don't think you can pressure anyone to do anything that they really don't want to — including having a child. It's too serious!" [ more ]

Ed Helms On Crashing Wedding With 'Tag' Co-Stars, Remembers Time On 'The Daily Show'

The View | June 15, 2018 - Ed Helms talks about crashing a wedding in Miami with his Tag co-stars Jeremy Renner and Jon Hamm while they were having dinner: "As soon as Jeremy [Renner] walked in, somebody goes, 'Oh my god there's Hawkeye!' [ more ]

Trump Praises Kim Jong Un

The View | June 14, 2018 - President Trump is receiving backlash for complimenting Kim Jong Un and dismissing his human rights record, saying he can name "a lot of nations where a lot of bad things were done." "I do think he would like a forever presidential term," Sunny Hostin says of Trump's comment that it's "pretty good" Chinese President Xi is "essentially president for life": "I am not surprised by this president extolling the virtues of a dictator." [ more ]

Jeff Sessions Says No Asylum For Those Escaping Domestic And Gang Violence

The View | June 14, 2018 - Jeff Sessions is making an aggressive new move to crack down on illegal immigration, announcing that the Trump admin will no longer accept asylum claims based on fear of domestic violence, gang violence or other “personal crime.” The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

Mark Sanford Loses In South Carolina After Rebuking Trump

The View | June 13, 2018 - South Carolina voters forgave GOP Representative Mark Sanford for his quirkiness, his infidelity and his lies for over two decades. But they could not forgive him for his criticism of President Trump. The co-hosts of The View weigh in on his primary loss. [ more ]

Michael Cohen Likely To Cooperate With Federal Prosecutors

The View | June 13, 2018 - The co-hosts of The View react to breaking news reports that former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen will likely cooperate with federal prosecutors in New York. [ more ]

What's Making You Hangry?

The View | June 13, 2018 - Scientists found that if something is already bothering people, being hungry can exacerbate the problem. The co-hosts of The View share their hangry experiences. [ more ]

Jon Hamm Remembers Being Set Decorator, Theatre Teacher, Talks 'Mad Men' In Light Of #MeToo

The View | June 13, 2018 - Jon Hamm talks about his new film Tag, how his former Mad Men character would have survived in the age of #MeToo, and reveals one surprising job he once had! [ more ]

Meek Mill Speaks Out About Gun And Drug Conviction

The View | June 13, 2018 - Rapper Meek Mill speaks out about his long-running case after being arrested on gun and drug charges at the age of 18 — and what he's doing to push criminal justice reform. [ more ]

Trump Meets With North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un

The View | June 12, 2018 - President Trump became the first sitting U.S. president to meet with a North Korean head of state in neutral Singapore on Tuesday. The co-hosts of The View discuss the controversial summit and give their take on what’s next for the two countries. "We're talking about nuclear diplomacy... I think it requires a tremendous amount of preparation," Sunny Hostin says. "I felt our country wasn't as prepared as it should be." [ more ]

Whitney Cummings Weighs In On Whether 'Roseanne' Should Be Relaunched

The View | June 12, 2018 - The comedian and former Roseanne executive producer says if a reboot of the hit show benefits Roseanne Barr financially, it's a "bad move." The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

Shallow Reasons People Date

The View | June 12, 2018 - From needing air conditioning on a hot summer day to being able to ride on the back of a cool motorcycle — the co-hosts of The View talk some of the most shallow reasons people date. [ more ]

Trump Lashes Out At Allies At G-7 Summit

The View | June 11, 2018 - Trump administration members continued a war of words with a traditional U.S. ally Sunday, accusing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of stabbing the president's team in the back. About Trump's behavior at the historic summit, Sunny Hostin says: "I fear that we have a president that is so temperamental, that [he] can't seem to control himself, that true diplomacy he's probably incapable of doing." [ more ]

Trump Considers Muhammad Ali Pardon

The View | June 11, 2018 - President Trump says he’s considering pardoning the late boxing great — however, Ali's family and attorney say that is not necessary. The co-hosts of The View give their take on the president’s latest pardoning spree. [ more ]

Robert De Niro Condemns Trump At Tonys

The View | June 11, 2018 - Robert De Niro was bleeped at the Tony Awards for cursing in a President Trump-focused introduction speech. Sunny Hostin reacts: "I didn't care for the choice of language... [but] this is still America, you still get to say what you want to say — it's constitutional!" [ more ]

Sunny Hostin Was Ambassador At Puerto Rican Day Parade

The View | June 11, 2018 - "I've been going to that parade with my grandma ... since I was a kid!" Sunny said. "The thought that I would be honored as an ambassador, representing the community ... it was a moment the community came together... I was really honored." [ more ]

Christopher Plummer On Replacing Kevin Spacey in 'All The Money In The World'

The View | June 11, 2018 - Actor Christopher Plummer hits the table at The View to talk about his new films, All the Money in the World and Boundaries. [ more ]

'Time' Magazine Depicts Trump As King

The View | June 8, 2018 - The latest Time cover features an illustration of President Trump looking at a reflection of himself wearing a crown — with the text "King Me." "I think the reason he loves the pardon power ... it's his superpower," Sunny Hostin says. "You can't review it — he gets to make that decision on his own. That's what a monarch does." [ more ]

Man Sues Drugstore Over Viagra Reveal

The View | June 8, 2018 - A man is suing after a pharmacist told his wife about his magic blue pill prescription, saying the reveal damaged his marriage. The co-hosts of The View weigh in. [ more ]

How 'Sex And The City' Affected Women

The View | June 8, 2018 - The series, described as one of the first to embrace women's sex lives, just turned 20 years old. The co-hosts of The View share the impact the show had on them. [ more ]

Niecy Nash On Playing A Sexy Character On 'Claws' & More

The View | June 8, 2018 - Niecy Nash stops by The View to talk about her hit series Claws. She says of the journey of embracing and accepting herself in the industry: "I didn't look like the other girls, but I leaned into the fact that this is what it is. So ya'll just better make room!" [ more ]

Rob Reiner Talks New Film 'Shock and Awe,' The Relationship Between The Trump Admin And The Press

The View | June 8, 2018 - Director Rob Reiner stops by The View to weigh in on Hot Topics and talk about his new film. "That's where he wants to be!" he says about Time magazine's new cover featuring Trump seeing himself as a king. "I think he has king-envy... I think he looks at people like Putin and thinks he'd like to be that!" [ more ]

Trump Pardons Alice Marie Johnson

The View | June 7, 2018 - Alice Johnson, a 63-year-old grandmother serving a life sentence on drug charges, had an emotional reunion with her family Wednesday when her sentence was commuted by President Trump after Kim Kardashian West's appeal. [ more ]

Rudy Giuliani: 'I Don't Respect A Porn Star'

The View | June 7, 2018 - Trump lawyer took a swipe at Stormy Daniels saying her career as an adult-film star undermines her "credibility" in her lawsuit against the president over their alleged affair. The co-hosts of The View weigh in. [ more ]

Instagram Making Bridezillas Worse

The View | June 7, 2018 - Social media sites seem to be creating even bigger bridezillas — adding more pressure for weddings to be "picture perfect." The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

Cynthia Nixon's 'Sex And The City' Campaign Gear

The View | June 7, 2018 - The co-hosts of The View discuss how the NY gubernatorial hopeful's continued affiliation with Sex and the City will affect her candidacy. [ more ]

Kenan Thompson Fears Leaving SNL

The View | June 7, 2018 - Kenan Thompson, the longest running cast member on SNL, admitted the idea of leaving the show scares him. The co-hosts of The View share how they handle major changes and taking risks in life. [ more ]

Kids Write Searing Obituary For Late Mother

The View | June 7, 2018 - Most obits honor the high points of of a person's life, but these siblings wrote how their mother wronged them — and got the last word. The co-hosts of The View react. [ more ]

Nancy Grace and Dan Abrams On Stormy Daniels' Latest Lawsuit, Alice Johnson's Commutation

The View | June 7, 2018 - Nancy Grace and Dan Abrams join the table at The View to weigh in on the newsiest legal cases! [ more ]

Trump Tweets "News Media Has Been So Unfair" To Melania Trump

The View | June 6, 2018 - He says the media has been "unfair" and "vicious" to the first lady, saying it was falsely reported she was "near death" or having plastic surgery while she was said to be recovering from a kidney operation. The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

Is Bill Clinton Playing The Victim?

The View | June 6, 2018 - The former president says the Monica Lewinsky scandal “wasn't my finest hour, but the important thing is, that was a very painful thing that happened 20 years ago." The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

Kate Spade's Fashion Legacy

The View | June 6, 2018 - The co-hosts of The View remember the talented designer who was found dead from an apparent suicide yesterday, and discuss her incredible impact on the industry. [ more ]

Teacher's Superlative For 1st Grader Lead To Complaints

The View | June 6, 2018 - A teacher will reportedly face disciplinary action for giving a first grader the superlatives “class clown” and “most talkative," and a red clown nose. The co-hosts of The View react. [ more ]

Mira Sorvino On Allegedly Being Blacklisted By Harvey Weinstein & New Show 'Condor'

The View | June 6, 2018 - Oscar winner Mira Sorvino talks about her new show Condor — inspired by the 1975 political thriller — and shares how it mirrors today's climate. [ more ]

Trump Rescinds Invite To Philadelphia Eagles

The View | June 5, 2018 - Facing a growing boycott by the team's players refusing to visit the White House, the president decided to disinvite the Super Bowl champions and throw a celebration of the National Anthem instead. The co-hosts of The View react. [ more ]

The View Talks CFDA, Kim Kardashian's Influencer Award

The View | June 5, 2018 - The co-hosts of The View weigh in on the most interesting moments of the evening at the 2018 Council of Fashion Designers of America Fashion Awards at Brooklyn Museum in New York City. [ more ]

Miss America Ends Swimsuit Competition

The View | June 5, 2018 - The Miss America Organization is dropping the swimsuit competition, saying it will no longer judge contestants on their appearance. [ more ]

Newt Gingrich On The Best And Worst Things Trump Has Done In Office

The View | June 5, 2018 - Newt Gingrich says the economy is President Trump's best accomplishment while in office, but shares why he thinks his language is his worst: "He has joined in the general reduction of the quality of language in America." [ more ]

Supreme Court Sides With Christian Baker

The View | June 4, 2018 - The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple because it violated his religious beliefs. The co-hosts of The View weigh in. [ more ]

Trump Says He Has 'Absolute Right' To Pardon Himself

The View | June 4, 2018 - President Trump tweeted he has the "absolute right" to pardon himself, but also said he's "done nothing wrong." The co-hosts of The View discuss the tweet and weigh in on Rudy Giuliani's comment that Trump "probably does" have the ability to pardon himself. [ more ]

Rihanna Sometimes Gets "Tired Of Men"

The View | June 4, 2018 - One report says Rihanna broke up with billionaire Hassan Jameel because she got tired of him, with one source saying "she gets tired of men sometimes." The co-hosts of The View react. [ more ]

Where Is Melania Trump?

The View | June 4, 2018 - The first lady has not been seen in public since May 10, and it's been announced she will not join President Trump on his trips to the G7 summit in Quebec and the North Korea summit in Singapore. The co-hosts of The View discuss. [ more ]

Living A Child-Free Life

The View | June 4, 2018 - The birth rate in America has been steadily declining since 2008. The co-hosts of The View share why they think women are choosing not to have children. [ more ]

Michael Eric Dyson Talks National Anthem Protest, Kanye West's Comments On Slavery

The View | June 4, 2018 - Professor, author, and political analyst Michael Eric Dyson visits The View to talk about Kanye West's controversial comments on slavery, the black vote in the midterm elections, and what needs to change in American politics moving forward. [ more ]

Pres. Trump Calls For Samantha Bee's Firing After Remark About Ivanka Trump

The View | June 1, 2018 - President Trump called for the comedian to lose her job over the untoward remark about his daughter, though he has not denounced Roseanne Barr's racist tweet. The co-hosts of The View react. [ more ]

Trump Pardons Conservative Commentator Dinesh D'Souza

The View | June 1, 2018 - President Trump pardoned controversial commentator Dinesh D’Souza, and has said he's considering commuting ex-Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich's sentence and pardoning Martha Stewart. The co-hosts of The View discuss the possible meaning behind these actions. [ more ]

J. Crew Trolled For Feminist Baby Shirt

The View | June 1, 2018 - Critics say the shirt that reads "I am a feminist too" for boys projects adults' beliefs onto kids. The co-hosts of The View weigh in. [ more ]

1 In 2 Men Don't Know What #MeToo Is

The View | June 1, 2018 - A Glamour magazine survey found that more than half of the men polled either never heard of #MeToo, or knew so little that they couldn’t explain what it is. The co-hosts of The View discuss how it could be connected to the continued prominence of catcalling they've experienced. [ more ]

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