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"The View" co-hosts discuss if they'd label themselves as feminists and how the word has taken on many meanings.
The TAKE with Rick Klein As a nation slows down to give thanks this week, President Donald Trump thinks he should be getting more of it. The president took time out of his weekend to spar anew with his vanquished rival, tweeting that “ Crooked Hillary Clinton is the worst (and biggest) loser of all
Carly Fiorina , a former CEO of Hewlett Packard who ran for the Republican nomination for president in 2016, said the current wave of sexual harassment allegations from Hollywood to Capitol Hill "will only be a watershed moment if men decide to step forward." Fiorina told ABC News Chief Anchor
STEPHANOPOULOS: So, is this a watershed moment or will it pass like so many before? Let's talk about it with our panel: Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, former Congresswoman Mary Bono of California, Carly Fiorina who was CEO of Hewlett-Packard , ran for president last year; and Ronen Farrow who
Eleanor Holmes Norton, former Rep. Mary Bono, Carly Fiorina and Ronan Farrow discuss what can be done.
President Donald Trump made insulting comments about MSNBC personalities Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough today on Twitter, calling Brzezinski "crazy" and claiming she was "bleeding badly from a face-lift" a few months ago. This is far from Trump's first attack on a woman, and his relationship
A fake news article headlined "JUST IN: 6 REPUBLICANS TOOK SECRET PAYMENTS FROM CLINTON TO DESTROY TRUMP" has been all over Facebook during the last several weeks, spreading misinformation on a conspiracy between former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and several high-ranking
ABC News' Ryan Struyk and Katherine Faulders take us through the top ten moments of 2016.
NOTABLES --TRUMP PRAISES PAUL RYAN: President-elect Donald Trump appeared in Wisconsin Tuesday to thank supporters and Republican politicians for supporting his bid for the White House -- and took a markedly different tone towards House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., with whom he clashed at times