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Donald Trump Announces Presidential Bid, Actress Mindy Kaling Talks about New Film "Inside Out" and Fox News's Gretchen Carlson Tells Co Hosts about New Memoir "Getting Real" on "The View"

By Marisa Dabney | Jun 17th, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi GoldbergRosie PerezNicolle WallaceRaven-Symoné and guest co-host Michelle Collins talk to actress Mindy Kaling about new film "Inside Out" and her show "The Mindy Project."

Hot Topic: The Champs!
Whoopi says LeBron brought the Cleveland Cavaliers to the NBA Finals but he needed teamwork to win and that is why the Warriors won over his team. Some say LeBron’s ego may have gotten in the way but they still agree he is the best player today. 

Hot Topic: The Trump Card
As a Republican Nicolle Wallace does not want to claim Donald Trump and does not like him as a candidate. The only good thing about his running is that he has given the other Republican candidates a chance to show they are not racist and small minded like Donald Trump.

Hot Topic: Funny or Try
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush show off their lighter sides. Jeb Bush slow jams the news with Jimmy Fallon and Hillary Clinton makes jokes about her hair. 

Hot Topic: Pit-I-Full?
Celebrities like Miley Cyrus and “Girls” star Jemima Kirke are sporting a new look by not shaving their armpit hair.  

Mindy Kaling Actress on New Film "Inside Out"
Mindy Kaling found the film “Inside Out” refreshing because it was not about a princess it was about a young girl trying to be happy.  She also comments on whether “The Mindy Project” will push the envelope even further on Hulu. 

Fox News's Gretchen Carlson Tells The Co-hosts about her New Memoir "Getting Real"
Fox News’s Gretchen Carlson talks about her new memoir titled “Getting Real” that tells the story of her weight loss, competing in Miss America and the scary time in her life when she had a stalker. She also talks about meeting Donald Trump and what she thinks of his announcement that he is running for President.

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