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Hillary Clinton Knew Better, Mary J. Blige on "The London Sessions" and Actor Vincent D'Onofrio

By The View | Mar 11th, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace  and guest co-hosts Garcelle Beauvais and Michelle Collins talk about Hillary Clinton's explanation for using personal email while Secretary of State.

Hot Topic: Is "Sorry" Enough
Are the apologies from the SAE Fraternity members from the University of Oklahoma sincere or are they just sorry they got caught on tape. "The View" co-hosts disuss the apologies and the incredible response from the Universities diverse student leaders.

Hot Topic: Dude, Where's My Diaper?
Ashton Kutcher tweeted that he will promote the first  men's room baby changing station o his Facebook page. "The View" co-host. No diaper changing stations in men's rooms. There are two daddy households.

Hot Topic: Heat on Hillary
Hillary Clinton explained during a press conference on Tuesday March 10th, 2015 that she opted to use her personal e-mail address for convenience. It allowed her to only carry one device instead of two. However "The View" co-hosts freel she contradicted herself when she as Hillary has mentioned in previous interviews that she carries mutliple devices.  They also found it alarming that she deletie 30,000 emails. Nicolle put it best when she said Hillary of all politicians knew better.

Hot Topic: Keep Your Chin Up
The FDA has unanimously approved a new injection drug that gets rid of puffiness that causes a double chin. Some of "The View" co-hosts are skeptical of its results and side effects.

Mary J. Blige Talks About "The London Sessions"
Mary J. Blige went to London to get solace and recover from negative events. She lived in London for a month and recorded a new album. The whole process is documented in the new film "The London Sessions," which will play at The Tribeca Film Festival.

Vincent D'Onofrio Stars in New Film "Run All Night"
Vincent D'Onofrio is one of the most highly respected actors in the business. He tells the "The View" co-hosts about playing cops, bad guys and how he dresses up with his family for Christmas.