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'After The View': May 5, 2016
"The View" co-hosts continue Hot Topics discussion including Barbara Corcoran's advice for getting ahead and Janet Jackson's possible pregnancy.
President Obama Says Donald Trump Is Not Equipped to Be President
President Obama says that Republican front-runner Donald Trump is not equipped to deal with the challenges of being president. “I think that he is not somebody who even within the Republican Party can be considered as equipped to deal with the problems of this office, but look, we live in a
Trump Mocks Cruz and Company Leading Into Indiana Primary
The current Republican front-runner lampooned Carly Fiorina for falling off a stage at a Cruz event.
Matt & LZ's Hometown Tour Continues in Santa Monica, CA
ABC News' Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson talk politics in the sun and sand.
The Note: Countdown to Indiana
NOTABLES --STATE OF THE RACE -- TRUMP HOLDS 15-POINT LEAD OVER CRUZ IN INDIANA: Donald Trump holds a 15 percentage point lead over Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in Indiana ahead of the state's Republican primary this Tuesday, according to a new poll from NBC/WSJ/Marist released Sunday morning. Trump earned
Obama Drops the Mic at His Last White House Correspondents Dinner
The president took aim at the election race and journalists during the big night in Washington DC.
Sanders Says Clinton Faces 'Contested' Convention
It's unlikely either candidate will get enough pledged delegates for the nomination.
Comedian Larry Wilmore Roasts Washington Press
The 'Nightly Show' host spoke at President Obama's last White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Hillary Clinton 'Approves' of President Obama's White House Correspondents' Dinner Jokes
Hillary Clinton wants you to know she's in on the joke. The Democratic presidential candidate praised President Obama for his remarks at his final White Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday night, even acknowledging the digs he made about her. "Nice job last night. Aunt Hillary approves," Clinton
Trump Goes From WHCD Punch Line to GOP Front-Runner
ABC's Martha Raddatz reports the latest as frontrunner Donald Trump and rival Ted Cruz prepare to face off in the Hoosier State.