MOM CONFRONTS DAUGHTER’S BULLIES: One mom took matters into her own hands and went to the school to stand up to her daughter’s bullies. Was that acceptable? The co-hosts discuss. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/MwpDpEid71— The View (@TheView) May 17, 2019
Joy would have appreciated this mom sticking up for her when she was being bullied as a little girl. Ana jokes that she wants this woman to run for president against Trump. Sunny talks about when her kids were being bullied in school.
A woman was offended when her co-worker kept calling her "slim" so she responded by calling the other woman "chunky." Sunny talks about how Joy calls her "skinny bitch" backstage. Meghan thinks being called "slim" is offensive.
Sen. @amyklobuchar says she’s “extremely concerned” recent abortion bans could overturn Roe v. Wade: “They’re taking us backwards.”— The View (@TheView) May 17, 2019
“This was a movement [Trump] started and that’s why this 2020 election is so important,” the presidential candidate adds. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/G5IpvWqFYu
Klobuchar is very concerned about Roe v. Wade being overturned. She says this is happening because of Trump and that's why the 2020 election is so important. Joy points out that a woman who gets an abortion after being raped will get a longer jail sentence than her rapist.
“We need someone that will represent, not just the people that don’t vote for you, but the people that vote for you.”— The View (@TheView) May 17, 2019
2020 candidate Sen. @amyklobuchar on Democratic candidates turning down invites from Fox News: “I think you have to reach everyone.” https://t.co/0sNNu42sDf pic.twitter.com/cA8iOq4dKY
Klobuchar thinks Harris and Warren are free to make their own decisions but she thinks it's important to reach everyone even in places that make you uncomfortable. That's why she did a Fox News town hall. She thinks we need a president right now that will unite the country.
“You can always do better. But my whole focus is having high standards for myself, high standards for my staff, and high standards for this country.”— The View (@TheView) May 17, 2019
Presidential candidate Sen. @AmyKlobuchar addresses reports of staff mistreatment and high turnovers. https://t.co/0sNNu42sDf pic.twitter.com/WskgtqOQL7
Meghan asks Klobuchar about allegations of staff mistreatment. Klobuchar says she has high standards and many people have come forward with stories of how they had a positive experience working for her. She says she can always do better.
When asked what Democrats will do about the square off between the Trump administration over multiple subpoenas, Sen. @amyklobuchar says: “The answer is to hold them accountable, continue to push these subpoenas, to go to court, to get the information.” https://t.co/jnJEb3qwZ8 pic.twitter.com/7Wuh6p2Ty5— The View (@TheView) May 17, 2019
Klobuchar thinks it's important to hold these people accountable and keep issuing subpoenas. They won't get answers until Mueller testifies. She emphasizes winning in 2020.
Klobuchar talks about her experience growing up with an alcoholic father and how it influenced her to become a better public servant. She wants to tax pharmaceutical companies and use that money to help people with addiction issues.
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