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Friday, Oct. 23: Leslie Jones
Comedian and host of “Supermarket Sweep” Leslie Jones reacts to Pres. Trump’s claim that was the “least racist person in the room” at the debate and what quarantine has been like for her.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts share their takeaways from the final presidential debate, the White House leaking an unedited version of the president’s “60 Minutes” interview, and more.
Thursday, Oct. 22: Sen. Elizabeth Warren
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren opens up about losing her brother to COVID-19 and explains why "everything is on the table" when it comes to Supreme Court changes.
Then, three women open up about being diagnosed with breast cancer after contemplating going to get a mammogram amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and oncologist Dr. Elizabeth Comen shares the importance of breast cancer screenings.
Wednesday, Oct. 21: Dr. Jill Biden, Natalie Portman
Dr. Jill Biden explains how the Trump administration has made the coronavirus pandemic “political,” calls Pres. Trump’s personal attacks on her husband and family “distractions” and why education would be her top priority as first lady.
Then, Natalie Portman discusses the inspiration behind her children’s book “Natalie Portman’s Fables.”
Tuesday, Oct. 20: Alicia Garza
The co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement and author of “The Purpose of Power” Alicia Garza explains how the movement has evolved over time and how she hopes to bring people together to create change with her new book.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts question if Pres. Trump or former Vice Pres. Biden will benefit from the final presidential debate, and more.
Plus, Sunny Hostin celebrates her birthday with 17-year-old Amir Chambers who started a non-profit to help give mental health aid to first responders.
Monday, Oct. 19: America Ferrera
Actress and activist America Ferrera discusses her new documentary “Not Done: Women Remaking America” and how she empowers Latina voters with her lifestyle platform “She Se Puede.”
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on the U.S. recording 70,000 positive COVID-19 cases per day, and Ana Navarro opens up about her husband’s COVID-19 recovery.
The ReView: Sunny Hostin breaks down her controversial comments on Pride Month and the Catholic church
Sunny Hostin sits down with The View executive producers Brian Teta and Candi Carter for a bonus episode of our podcast! Sunny shares about her headline-making Hot Topic where she discussed the Catholic church and its position on Pride Month. Plus, we look back at our interviews with 15 of the Democratic presidential candidates to get her thoughts on them all.
Watch Sunny on Pride month and the Catholic church from June 3’s show:
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