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President Obama Joins Twitter, Female Voters Could Determine an Election and Guests Craig Robinson and Archie Panjabi on "The View"

By Marisa Dabney | May 21st, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi GoldbergRosie PerezNicolle Wallace and guest co-hosts Raven-Symoné and Michelle Collins discuss President Obama receiving racist comments on Twitter.

Hot Topic: @POTUS
President Obama joined Twitter and got more followers in a few hours than any other user. Unfortunately, he has also gotten many racist remarks made towards him on the social platform.

Hot Topic: What a Shame?
A video of a mom making her daughter admit she lied about her age and sexual preference in a Facebook profile has been viewed over ten million times. The mom also warns men to delete her daughter's profile. “The View" co-hosts argue whether or not this was the best way for the mom to handle this situation. 

Hot Topic: Ladies’ Choice
"The View" co-hosts encourage Women to vote as their numbers can determine an election. Raven-Symoné argues that more people would pay attention to issues and elections if their representatives looked like them. Nicolle disagrees stating Identity politics are sometimes offensive.

Hot Topic: Exit Stage Right
"The View" co-hosts invite Carly Fiorina to come to the show and tell the public what she stands for as she may not get the chance in CNN's Republican Presidential debate. 

Craig Robinson on 'The View': Talks New Show "Mr. Robinson"
"Mr. Robinson" stars Craig Robinson and is loosely based on his real-life as he used to be a teacher while moonlighting in entertainment.

Archie Panjabi on Leaving "The Good Wife" and New Movie "San Andreas"
Archie Panjabi tells "The View" about leaving "The Good Wife" and starring in the new film "San Andreas." She also shows them how to do a Tim Tam Slam.

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