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Nicolle Agrees with President Obama, Legal Analysis of Robert Durst Case, Guests Jason Biggs and Maggie Q

By The View | Mar 17th, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace  and guest co-hosts Raven-Symoné and Samantha Ponder discuss the latest hot topics including the word Terrence Howard wants to use on "Empire."

Hot Topic: Don't Mess with Queen Bey
Raven-Symoné received backlash from Beyoncé fans for favoriting Lil' Kim. Samantha Ponder put it best stating you can make fun of the President or the Pope but not Beyoncé. 

Hot Topic: War of the Words
"The View" co-hosts debate whether or not the N-word should be used in society as Terrence Howard makes the argument it should be written into the dialogue on "Empire."

Hot Topic: High Priority
President Obama believes the legalization of Marijuana should be a low priority for young voters. "The View" co-hosts disagree because it impacts many people in this country. Nicolle Wallace agrees with President Obama. She feels he is correct politically as young people championing this cause is not politically beneficial.

Hot Topic: From Bad to Durst
ABC Chief Legal Affairs Analyst Dan Abrams believes Robert Durst's arrest timing did not have anyting to do with the documentary series about him on HBO called "The Jinx." However he does feel the documentary has something to do with the charges that have been brought up against him.The most shocking revelation in the documentary is an off camera confession by Robert Durst caught on audio. 

Jason Biggs on "The View": Star of "The Heidi Chronicles"
Jason Biggs talks about his role in the Broadway show "The Heidi Chronicles." He also confirms he will not be in the new season of "Orange is the New Black."

Maggie Q on "The View": New Engagement and New Movie 
Maggie Q started her career as a model and then began working and training with Jackie Chan which helped her work ethic. No stranger to action she also starred on Nikita and currently stars in "Stalker" on CBS with her fiancé Dylan McDermott and the new film "Insurgent."

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