Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace and guest co-hosts Raven-Symoné and Cristela Alonzo continue discussion on crisis in Baltimore and speak with actors Morgan Freeman and Atticus Shaffer.
Hot Topic: Baltimore on Edge Pt. 1
Baltimore mother Toya Graham was caught on camera beating her son to keep him off the streets during a riot. She did it because she does not want her son going against police as "two wrongs don't make a right." "The View" co-hosts applaud her. They also feel the issues facing Baltimore are not as much about race as it is class.
Hot Topic: Baltimore on Edge Pt. 2
Donald Trump slams President Obama saying that as an African American President he has not had a positive impact on thugs in Baltimore. Despite being a fellow Republican Nicolle Wallace hopes people ignore Donald Trump. “The View" co-hosts also acknowledge that due to the riots an Orioles baseball game will be played with no fans in the stadium, a first in MLB history.
Make My Day Better Mario: Mario Helps Nicolle Wallace Relieve Allergies
In another installment of "Make My Day Better Mario" presented by Claritin-D, Mario Catone helps Nicolle Wallace relieve allergies.
"The View" Legends: Academy Award-Winning Actor Morgan Freeman
Morgan Freeman tells "The View" co-hosts about his new film "5 Flights Up" with Diane Keaton which is a different kind of love story. He also talks about the things that stood out from some of his classic films such as "The Shawshank Redemption."
Actor Atticus Shaffer on "The View": Discusses Osteogenesis Imperfecta for the First Time
Atticus Shaffer star of ABC's "The Middle," which he started on at age 10 and is now 16, opens up for the first time about his condition Osteogenesis Imperfecta and how this genetic disorder affects people in different ways. He credits his mom with being able to walk.
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