KENDRICK CASTILLO HAILED AS HERO: The father of the hero student who stopped the gunman in the Colorado STEM school shooting spoke out, saying his son had told him he’d act if ever confronted with a gunman – the co-hosts discuss. https://t.co/zzHrKijUTY pic.twitter.com/ZFWNNT2A5e— The View (@TheView) May 9, 2019
The co-hosts honor Kendrick Castillo, the Colorado STEM student who lost his life saving his fellow classmates. They discuss gun control and the failure of U.S. politicians to enact any meaningful change to prevent these shootings from happening in the future.
COMMON GROUND SOLUTIONS FOR SCHOOL SHOOTINGS? As hundreds gathered for the Colorado shooting vigil to pay tribute to the hero student who stopped the gunman, students walked out of the memorial to protest politics — the co-hosts weigh in. https://t.co/zzHrKijUTY pic.twitter.com/ykv28kQ3b7— The View (@TheView) May 9, 2019
Meghan says we should be paying attention to mental health and that it's a holistic issue. Joy points out that there are people with mental health issues in every country but those countries don't have a mass shooting problem like the United States. Abby says the students at Colorado STEM don't want to be used as political props and Whoopi agrees that it might have been too soon for politicians to go out there.
SENATE COMMITTEE SUBPOENAS TRUMP JR: The president’s eldest son has been subpoenaed to appear before the Republican-controlled Senate Intelligence Committee, three sources familiar with the matter confirmed to ABC News — the co-hosts discuss. https://t.co/6qNWeG0l7c pic.twitter.com/0cX4auyXsy— The View (@TheView) May 9, 2019
Abby says this is the first Congressional subpoena for a Trump family member. The co-hosts speculate what Congress might want to ask him and they wonder if Donald Trump Jr. will go to jail.
How close is too close when it comes to mother-daughter relationships? The co-hosts weigh in on a new reality show that takes mother/daughter duos to the extreme. 👀 pic.twitter.com/lljm39oeYl— The View (@TheView) May 9, 2019
The co-hosts discuss the new TLC show sMOTHERED which is about mother and daughter duos who take their relationship to the extreme. Whoopi looks horrified at the trailer.
The co-hosts talk to Anne Hathaway, who's promoting The Hustle, about how she's able to cry at the drop of a hat. She took Bryan Cranston's advice to drink a lot of water before a big crying scene. Sunny says that could come in handy in real life.
“When you look at kind of the way the world is stacked currently and pay inequality… you figure [women] are the ones getting conned.”— The View (@TheView) May 9, 2019
Anne Hathaway plays a con woman in #TheHustle — she explains why her character doesn’t feel bad about taking money. https://t.co/cVclFZyKV0 pic.twitter.com/dqyAaZT5Em
Anne thinks there's a difference between female con artists and male con artists because of gender inequality, including in the workplace where on average women are paid less than men.
Anne thinks representation is important so she is supportive of the idea of having a female James Bond.
“Grief is really just love.”@DrJAshton opens up about how her family worked through tremendous heartbreak after her ex-husband and father of her two children took his own life — and how the concept of ‘post-traumatic growth’ has helped them move forward. https://t.co/yxVVaCaIDP pic.twitter.com/C6Y1STXN6D— The View (@TheView) May 9, 2019
Dr. Jennifer Ashton of The Doctors fame talks about her ex-husband's suicide and processing grief.
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