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Whoopi Goldberg Returns, Hillary Clinton E-mails Coming in 2016, Guests Pitbull, Chris Harrison and Sutton Foster

By Marisa Dabney | May 19th, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi GoldbergRosie PerezNicolle Wallace and guest co-hosts Raven-Symoné and Michelle Collins react to Hillary Clinton'S e-mails not being released until 2016.

Whoopi Goldberg Returns
Whoopi Goldberg returns  to "The View" and remembers her brother Clyde. The co-hosts also acknowledge that Whoopi is the captain of the ship and they missed her very much.

Hot Topic: Reply All
Hillary Clinton's e-mails will not be released until January 2016 just as the Presidential primary is in full swing.

Hot Topic: Action Hero President?
The co-hosts feel like the Republican Presidential candidates are sounding more like action heroes than politicians. In a speech Lindsey Graham said if you join ISIS he will send a drone to kill you.

Hot Topic: Oldies but Goodies?
Spotify recently conducted a study that found users over thirty years old tend to stick with older songs and stop listening to new music. The co-hosts debate if it has something to do with the quality of today's music.

Pitbull Joins Hot Topics: Reveals New SiriusXM Channel and Album
Pitbull joined the Hot Topics table to reveal several new projects including a new SiriusXM radio channel, a new Spanish language album called "Dale" and his school called SLAM (sports, leadership and management).

"The Bachelorette" Host Chris Harrison Admits He is a 'Hopeless Romantic'
Chris Harrison explains how he became the new host of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" and why he has written a new novel that contains all the lessons in love he has learned over the years from the shows "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette." He also wants to give away one million dollars on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" this summer. To audition for the show click here or go to http://millionairetv.dadt.com/auditions/

Sutton Foster Star of  TV Land's New Show "Younger"
Tony award-winning triple threat actress Sutton Foster talks about her new TV show "Younger" and about performing on stage in "Thoroughly Modern Millie" produced by Whoopi Goldberg.