Democratic presidential candidate @PeteButtigieg: “An election is supposed to be about our whole country ... we can’t just concentrate on those areas where people, for the most part, already agree with us.” https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/kUXfoXMMNO— The View (@TheView) March 22, 2019
Mayor Pete Buttigieg from South Bend, Indiana is running for president. He talks about how we need to focus less on Donald Trump and focus more on voters' issues.
On cash reparations for African-Americans, @PeteButtigieg says he’s “supportive of the concept of acting proactively to right these wrongs,” but tells us he thinks it would be difficult to create a payment system “everybody can believe is fair.” https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/dEcw6mv9qJ— The View (@TheView) March 22, 2019
Sunny grills him on his stance on cash reparations for African-Americans.
BIDEN TO ANNOUNCE RUN AND VP? There is speculation that the former Vice President Joe Biden is considering a one-term presidency and choosing a running mate before a nomination. The co-hosts discuss how this could play out. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/QfYimJFT7i— The View (@TheView) March 22, 2019
There is speculation that Joe Biden will announce his presidential run along with his VP pick, Stacey Abrams. Joy speculates that Biden will aim for a one-term presidency before handing off the reins to Abrams. The co-hosts think this is a very presumptuous move.
KELLYANNE DEFENDS TRUMP OVER HUSBAND: Pres. Trump slammed George Conway for repeatedly questioning his mental state. The co-hosts react after Conway’s wife — and top Trump aide — Kellyanne weighed in. https://t.co/Tv7a3uj41i pic.twitter.com/5Nn2pwDIaN— The View (@TheView) March 21, 2019
George Conway, Kellyanne's husband, was in the news for criticizing Trump. It appears that she's taking Trump's side over her own husband's.
TRUMP ATTACKS SEN. McCAIN AGAIN: The president stepped up his continued attacks Wednesday on John McCain, and complained he didn’t get “thank you” for his funeral — the co-hosts react to his comments. https://t.co/pd2KQFdXUW pic.twitter.com/17eOSyQcu2— The View (@TheView) March 21, 2019
The co-hosts defend John McCain and call out the Republican party, particularly Lindsey Graham, for still sticking by Trump. Meghan says not to feel sorry for her.
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