MOST AMERICANS OK WITH GAY CANDIDATE: As Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s popularity continues to rise, a recent poll revealed that the majority of Americans have no problem with a gay presidential candidate — the co-hosts discuss. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/piqvUKkUVr— The View (@TheView) April 2, 2019
The co-hosts discuss whether or not they think Americans are ready for a gay president after Pete Buttigieg's campaign raised $7 million in the first quarter. Joy speculates that President James Buchanan might have been the first gay president because he lived as a bachelor with Vice President William Rufus King and they acted like a couple.
DO CAMPAIGN EVENT RULES NEED CHANGING? After a second woman claimed former VP Joe Biden touched her inappropriately, the co-hosts discuss if campaign policies and behaviors need to change. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/RYsObarxqc— The View (@TheView) April 2, 2019
Joy says old photos indicate that Joe Biden is touchy feely with everyone, including men. Ana says that people are going to start putting bubblewrap around themselves when they go out campaigning. Meghan says that politicians won't be allowed to be empathetic or give hugs anymore and it's sad.
Joy says a woman's daughter was upset after her mother burnt all but two love letters that she received from her husband while he was stationed overseas. The co-hosts discuss having de-cluttering regrets and getting rid of old love letters.
.@ValerieJarrett reacts to talks of repealing the Affordable Care Act, saying she has “yet to hear of a viable plan to replace it.”— The View (@TheView) April 2, 2019
“Why for a political reason would you strip benefits away from people who are benefiting today?” https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/KTiDHxgUna
Valerie Jarrett reacts to talks of repealing the Affordable Care Act. She says it's absurd to go back to a time before the Affordable Care Act especially when Republicans have yet to come up with a viable replacement.
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ONTD, do you think James Buchanan and William King were a gay power couple?