NYC’S DE BLASIO ANNOUNCES PRESIDENTIAL BID: Mayor Bill de Blasio officially announced his 2020 presidential bid on Thursday morning – the co-hosts discuss whether or not this is a good career move. https://t.co/4PmHl4AzOW pic.twitter.com/gadFPPJ37y— The View (@TheView) May 16, 2019
Brace yourself, ONTD. NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio just announced that he's running for president. He says he's going to put working people first. Is this a good career move? Whoopi says no. She says there are a lot of issues in NYC that need to be fixed and de Blasio needs to focus on that first. Joy and Sunny point out some of his accomplishments such as passing universal pre-K. Meghan says 76% of New Yorkers don't think he should run and she mentions that he killed a groundhog.
KAMALA SAYS ‘BIDEN WOULD BE GREAT RUNNING MATE’: Sen. Kamala Harris slammed recent talk that she would be a great running mate for former vice president Joe Biden, saying “As vice president, he’s proven he knows how to do the job” — the co-hosts weigh in. https://t.co/mZPdsUZeOt pic.twitter.com/63DajyJP7f— The View (@TheView) May 16, 2019
Joe Biden is the clear front runner by double digits. Whoopi thinks it's too soon to be talking about running mates. Sunny thinks it's dismissive of Kamala Harris and all women to presume that she's running for vice president. Meghan says nobody runs for second place and she says she knows better than anyone that running mates can come out of left field (i.e. Sarah Palin).
Whoopi wonders if Harris and Warren are limiting their audience by not doing these Fox News town halls. Sunny says it's very dismissive. Meghan says a lot of independents watch Fox News and she says it's cowardly not to go on the network.
.@HowardStern thought Hillary Clinton was “misunderstood” as a candidate, and says he was “begging her” to come on his show: “I think she was afraid of me... she played it safe.”— The View (@TheView) May 16, 2019
“That’s the warning to whoever becomes the Democratic nominee, don’t play it safe.” pic.twitter.com/68u7ViETMv
Howard Stern is a huge supporter of Hillary Clinton, even when was running against Barack Obama in 2008, and he thinks she would have benefited from coming on his show.
.@HowardStern “struggled” with his decision to include Harvey Weinstein in his book, but “at the end of the day I thought it was valuable.”— The View (@TheView) May 16, 2019
“I asked him about the ‘casting couch,’” he says. “He knows the right thing to say…and yet, we see what happened.” https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/De4iNjODzC
Howard says he got Harvey Weinstein to open up on his show about the "casting couch" and he wrote about it in his book.
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