“I'm sitting on her laptop writing this statement and her iMessages are synced so I can see, as she sits at her desk texting, I can see what she's saying,” Cliff Sims said about Kellyanne Conway.
On Friday’s "The View," 2020 democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro was questioned by host Meghan McCain about his lack of experience, something she said was a main criticism of Donald Trump when he ran for president.
“I am John McCain's daughter!” McCain said while slamming her hand down on the table. “I am not someone who sits here and is OK with racism in any way whatsoever.”
The co-presidents of the Women's March appeared on "The View" Monday to discuss the controversy around the organization — and things got heated with co-host Meghan McCain.
"People are feeling very passionate right now in our country, and they're expressing those views in a variety of ways," Harris said Tuesday on “The View.”
“You just got in there, and I know you've got lots of good ideas, but I would encourage you to sit still for a minute and learn the job," Goldberg said.
The TV personality claims producers wanted her to present a viewpoint different from the other hosts during her time on the ABC show.
Mia Love, the first black female Republican congresswoman, talked about her recent election ouster on Friday’s "The View," claiming that she was "targeted by Democrats" for being a black female Republican.
On "The View," while the panel was discussing the death of former President Bush, Joy Behar wanted to compare the good he did for the environment with the bad Trump is doing. But Meghan McCain wasn’t having it.
“The View” is adding Republican strategist Ana Navarro as a guest co-host one day a week, Variety has learned. Navarro will fill in on “The View” every Friday, rounding out the Season 22 panel with Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Meghan McCain, Sunny Hostin, and Abby Huntsman. Goldberg takes Fridays off as the moderator, which is […]