.@SenKamalaHarris says Americans are "absolutely" ready for a woman of color president and are looking for understanding and "commonality" in their leaders, "more than first looking to determine if a leader is the gender or race that we prefer." https://t.co/AXLgEkeThz pic.twitter.com/dYmJL3C2f0— The View (@TheView) January 8, 2019
"I think that she is challenging the status quo, I think that's fantastic."@SenKamalaHarris shares her thoughts on Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: “When we are able to defend the status quo, then do it. And if there's not merit to that, then let's explore new ideas.” pic.twitter.com/gstnlLZAuO— The View (@TheView) January 8, 2019
- Kamala Harris appeared on The View to promote her second book titled 'The Truths We Hold: An American Journey.' She says she is still thinking about running for president in 2020 but she has to consider the impact it would have on her family (she's running lbr).
- The panel asked if a woman of color could win in 2020 and Harris said that we need to give the American people more credit. She talked about being the first woman District Attorney in San Francisco and the first woman (and first minority) Attorney General in California
- On Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: "She is challenging the status quo, I think that's fantastic."
- On Rashida Tlaib: "My candid response is that she is not the first nor will she be the last elected person to curse in public."
FEMALE CANDIDATES AND “LIKABILITY": Hillary Clinton recently spoke about how female candidates have to deal with the issue of being likable in a way men do not — the co-hosts discuss. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/Fh8NoMGJem— The View (@TheView) January 8, 2019
The panel discussed whether women who are ambitious and seeking leadership positions are considered less likable. Meghan said she thinks Michele Bachmann was very likable; she doesn't think it's a sexism issue.
.@Malala Yousafzai tells how her father's journey to break away from the status quo influenced her life: "He says that the first person he came across and the first person he had to fight was himself, his own mindset ... He was a feminist before he knew the word feminism." pic.twitter.com/mPeJzPe38P— The View (@TheView) January 8, 2019
Malala Yousafzai was on yesterday to promote her new book on refugees. It's called 'We Are Displaced: My Journey and Stories from Refugee Girls Around the World.'
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