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Caitlyn Jenner Vanity Fair Cover Reactions, Millennials Get Political News from Facebook, Actor Jim Parsons and Author Judy Blume on "The View"

By Marisa Dabney | Jun 2nd, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi GoldbergRosie PerezNicolle Wallace and guest co-hosts Molly Sims and Raven-Symoné react to introduction of Caitlyn Jenner and news that Millennials get political news from Facebook.

Hot Topic: Meet Caitlyn Jenner!
Caitlyn Jenner revealed her Vanity Fair cover yesterday and it’s got people including "The View" co-hosts talking. They love her cover shot and applaud her courage among others such as Laverne Cox. 

Hot Topic: Down Hill
The co-hosts debate possible reasons behind many people’s unfavorable view of Hillary Clinton, from the e-mail scandal to Benghazi and even her telling Diane Sawyer she was at one point broke. Some find her untrustworthy and feel she does not care about regular people. However, this has not stopped her from winning elections before.

Hot Topic: Insta-News Part 1
"The View" co-hosts wonder if it is smart for Millennials to get their political news from Facebook. Raven-Symoné admits she gets her news online and through texts. Rosie feels young people must go beyond Facebook for news.

Hot Topic: Insta-News Part 2
Raven-Symoné feels the government has a public service to help keep people informed but Whoopi points out young people also have to make the effort to understand policy and become more proactive politically.  

Hot Topic: Oh Boys!
Two male contestants on "The Bachelorette" appear to be falling for each other instead of Kaitlyn.

Big Bang Theory Star Jim Parsons Talks about New Broadway Role
Actor Jim Parsons stars on Broadway in the show "Act of God." Biblical speech was tough for him compared to "Big Bang Theory" science speak.

Author Judy Blume on New Novel 'In The Unlikely Event'
Beloved novelist Judy Blume has written 36 books over 42 years. It has been 16 years since her last adult novel. Her new novel, "In the Unlikely Event," takes place in the 1950s when several planes fell out of the sky, one near her own middle school.

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