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The former first daughter said she doesn't rule out seeking office, "but for right now the answer is no."
"I say it sort of jokingly, but sort of not,” the conservative said during an episode of "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.”
“It can’t just be me and Geraldo. Somebody else has to come out against this," "The View" co-host lamented on Monday.
But the real "enemy is the guy tweeting in his toilet," co-host Joy Behar reminds the audience.
"Shame on you!" the star said, while adding that she planned to cancel an upcoming appearance on "The View."
The Louisiana congregations "can celebrate their relationship with God outside," the co-host of "The View" pointed out.
“F**k that!” the co-host said backstage in 2006 after a heated exchange with Barbara Walters on-air.
"I was not cool at all ... I didn’t embrace it for a very long time," the "Insecure" creator said during an interview on "The View."
"Ladies Who Punch" details some of the never-reported scandals that plagued the hit TV talk show.
“The White House is not in a position to tell the media what to do," the former "Fox & Friends" co-host said.
In “Ladies Who Punch,” Ramin Setoodeh’s new book about “The View,” McCarthy didn’t hold back on the broadcast legend.
“Whoopi is back, everybody!” co-host Abby Huntsman declared.
The Netflix series' design expert told "The View" co-host, "I used to have a lot of respect for you."
"The View" co-host said the president's State of the Union call for unity rings hollow after he lashed out at rivals.
There's no border wall, taxes didn't drop, the air is getting polluted and the U.S. is losing its allies. But at least Trump fans can hang their hats on this.
Rivera says his conspiracy theory was a bigger mistake than the time he opened Al Capone's empty vault.
The co-hosts of "The View" seemed to antagonize each other throughout the show on hate speech.
The co-host of "The View" spoke out because of recent bomb scares and the president's rhetoric.
"The View" co-host Joy Behar asked where Mitch McConnell was amid Trump's attacks on the press. McCain said: "He's getting harassed and heckled when he goes out in public."
Co-host Meghan McCain said, "When you’re calling a woman ‘horseface,’ all arguments we have are now negated."