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Donald Trump Hires Paid Extras for His Campaign Launch, The Ten Dollar Bill is Getting a Makeover, Jason Alexander Returns to Broadway, and Jes Macallan and Brett Tucker Talk Season 3 of "Mistresses" on "The View"

By Patty Gopez | Jun 18th, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi GoldbergRosie PerezNicolle WallaceRaven-Symoné and guest co-host Elizabeth Vargas talk to actor Jason Alexander about his return to Broadway in Larry David's comedy "Fish in the Dark."

Hot Topic: You’re Hired?
The co-hosts address the news that Donald Trump was caught hiring actors to cheer for him at his presidential campaign launch. Donald paid extras $50 a person for people to cheer for him, but is denying it. 

Hot Topic: Change for a Ten?
The ten dollar bill will be getting a makeover and will feature a woman, with people voting on who it will be. Raven defends her opinion on not voting for Harriet Tubman to be on there, while Nicolle suggests taking off all the men from the bills and replacing them with women.

U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham Speaks Out on Race Relations
U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham discusses race relations after a man opened fire and killed 9 people in a South Carolina church. The co-hosts state their opinion on the subject matter. 

Jason Alexander on "The View": Returning to Broadway in “Fish in the Dark”
Actor Jason Alexander discusses his return to Broadway in Larry David’s comedy "Fish in the Dark," revealing that Larry showed him how to work the toilet in the dressing room. He also chats about his McDonald’s commercial from 1985, noting that it’s the only item from the chain to go into the tank. 

Jes Macallan and Brett Tucker on "The View":  Season 3 of "Mistresses"
Jes Macallan and Brett Tucker chat with the co-hosts about what to expect on the new season of "Mistresses." Jes and Brett also talk about playing brother and sister-in-law, and their initial hope it would turn into more. 

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