.@staceyabrams on rumors former Vice President Joe Biden was considering her as vice president on his ticket: "I think you don't run for second place."— The View (@TheView) March 27, 2019
"I do not know if I'm running," she says of her own 2020 bid. "I'm thinking about everything." https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/LyHm8D7RKJ
Stacey Abrams is open to all possibilities but thinks you don't run for second place in an election. She is thinking about running for president, as well as senator or governor a second time. She hasn't decided.
.@staceyabrams says she “absolutely” stands by her decision not to concede in the Georgia gubernatorial race.— The View (@TheView) March 27, 2019
“I can’t say that empirically I won but I will never know because we did not have a fair fight.” https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/7KHF4mqRlZ
Abrams thinks it's important to call out issues in the electoral process.
Stacey Abrams on Biden's comments over Anita Hill hearing: "Whether we think he has taken sufficient responsibility will be determined as the process continues, but I think he's begun the process appropriately by saying I know there's pain, and I want to respond to that pain." pic.twitter.com/AUF9oNgxUI— The View (@TheView) March 27, 2019
Abram praises Biden for starting the process of apologizing.
“The truth of the matter should be made public,” @staceyabrams says of the Muller report. “You should not have someone who disparaged the process being the person who determines whether we get to see it.”— The View (@TheView) March 27, 2019
“Americans want to know what happened.” https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/3t8xMTwtrk
Abrams compares Barr explaining the Mueller report to your brother explaining your grades to your parents.
BIDEN SORRY FOR TREATMENT OF HILL: Former Vice President Joe Biden once again publicly apologized for the treatment Anita Hill received while testifying against Clarence Thomas — the co-hosts discuss how this could affect him if he runs for president. https://t.co/tbk2oFxwFv pic.twitter.com/tsvRFMGqV4— The View (@TheView) March 27, 2019
Meghan says Biden is a great man and the Democrats are in trouble in 2020 if they keep eating their own. Joy suggest that Biden apologize to Anita Hill on-air.
ALL CHARGES AGAINST JUSSIE SMOLLETT DROPPED: Prosecutors dropped all 16 felony counts of disorderly conduct against the 'Empire' actor after he claimed he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack. The co-hosts share their thoughts and reactions. https://t.co/xLdIFFvK8p pic.twitter.com/cB2LpXfM3S— The View (@TheView) March 27, 2019
Joy jokes that there are more plot twists to this case than an episode of Empire. Abby and Meghan don't believe Jussie. Sunny shares her legal perspective.
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