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and million dollar quartet. britney a huge affleck, and jennifer garner, is getting back together. >> you can't stop true love, and meet salvino, this kitty, you can meet him in a bit. a tiny guy. and first up, the topic for the day, rejoice, today is national drink wine day. i know some that celebrate this all yearlong. if you'd like to open up a bottle, are you a red or white fan? what's you and whatever
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doing today, drink responsibly. >> i would say white, i don't mimosa. and the two buck chuck. now it's three buck chuck, and now it's inflation. >> you can't go to four. >> four buck chuck? it doesn't have the same ring. two buck chuck was the best. >> of course, and then one buck chuck zieshgs i don't remember that. >> it was way way -- before joe was trading. i'm not a wine drinker. the fruity stuff, you can't taste it, a $3 bottle, i forget what it's called. sangria.
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i'm the girlie drink guy. if i taste the alcohol -- >> mixed in something is good. >> mica picked up a bottle here at the station, we were going to have it here on the set -- >> gone. and michael from our facebook, said white all the way, and our flal here, she's saying that because she's under age. >> i'm not legal, so i can't have wine. >> and don hamrick, which you'll see in a few minutes, prefers red wine. >> the eiffel tower restaurant, they get an order of this bottle, once every two years. do you think if you took that
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you think that anyone would notice? >> i don't know, but they've done blind taste tests, and the $10 wine sometimes, beat the $99 wine. it depends on the wine. where it's harvested and things like that. we want to hear from you, if you do open up a bottle today, are you a red or white fan and what's your favorite? share your comments on our facebook and twitter pages, lynxes on our -- links on our websites, right now, chapman automotive prides itself of being a dealership for the people. they're invested in the community. they have an upcoming walk for wishes event. >> here with this great community partnership, don hamrick. general manager of chapman dodge.
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ever on the show. >> i know. good to see you again. >> how are you? great having you. >> thank you. >> first of all, let's talk about this. we want to know first of all, your family vehicles, how important it is to have a safe and economically friendly car. >> very important, our families now, it's the most important thing. you want to important the family. chrysler is launching a brand new vehicle later this year. it is the new chrysler pacifica. available in a hybrid version. 80 miles per gallon mini van. look at that. we're trying to figure out, n ot it's a cross over style vehicle, that can do everything well. and we're excited about it. the kind of thing to load your family up in.
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>> wow, what a segue. >> can you tell us of the event? >> we're excited about it. caroline can give you the details, it's a great gathering of people that want to support the community. you can do it in so many ways. >> it's saturday, march 12, and we're expecting 2,500 people to come out and walk for wishes. to celebrate the wishes we've granted and the kids we'll continue to grant wishes for. this is life changing for kids, and a healing process for them to get through a difficult time and marks a bright spot in their life. this event is a wonderful community event. bring your kids and dogs, and come out and walk. >> take a look at pictures from years past. the stops that make a wish pulls out, for the kids, unbelievable.
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connections you have, to make the dreams come true. >> we work with volunteers, so our wish granters, are volunteers. they get to know the kids, and we want to make sure it's personalized for the child. the favorite foods and colors, why they want that wish, so we can dig deep and deliver a magical experience for them. >> and you can't do like what don has given you. >> he's been a huge part personally, and from a corporate perspective. their sponsorship this year is makes a difference for the kids we serve. they'll be the lead car, they'll start the walk, run, and you can also run. >> will you be in the car? >> no, i don't drive. >> if you find a way you could drive the walk, that would be cool. >> drive nice and slow, everyone will keep up. you can bring your pets, we had
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well behaved pets are welcome. it'll be a beautiful day. >> the challenge that you're doing is very creative. >> we have a number of employees that'll participate, and we'll match their contributions as well. everyone wants to participate, but you sit there, my 5 or 10 or 20 $20 there $20 is not going to make a difference. but that's the beauty of this, my family actually has a wish recipient. my niece was a recipient, they were very very kind to her, and as carolyn pointed out, investigated, and first down out what shep. she's a huge fan of criminal mind, and she got on the set. this is a memory that'll live with her forever.
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>> you name it, every day it's something new. we never know what we'll get. it's awesome, and we have four wish categories, i wish to go, be, meet and have. that's usually what the wishes fall into the categories, and sometimes we have a wish to give. >> maybe one kid will wish for a pacifica. >> we've had car wishes. we had a car make over, they wanted their car to be souped up, and hip my ride. >> they can get all the fixings. >> especially with the jeeps out there. >> when does the pacifica come out? >> we'll see it in the spring, probably april or may. the hybrid version is in the fall. >> 80 miles per gallon? >> it's an extraordinary, the
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this is an aria that chrysler has led. great having you. >> go to our website, start a team, join a team, make a contribution, do something, it really does change the kids lives and the families. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. join chapman automotive in the walk for wishes event on saturday, march 12 at town square. to register or to learn more, check out the website or call the number on your screen. chapman has two locations, if you want to learn more, visit the website or call the number on your screen there. still to come, turn the old children's books to free tickets
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welcome back to the morning blend. do you struggle with weight loss? i do. are there certain problems you can never get rid of. i have those two. the next guest, says you can lose the inches instantly.
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easley, and client amber schneider. good morning to both of you. tell us of vanity. >> absolutely, we have a machine that's medical grade, fda approved and we're using micro currents to lose up to 2 inches in one hour. as you can probably see, her muscles are contracting, and we're able to build, tone, and tighten the muscles, and it's targeting the fat cells, we're detoxing her, and tightening her skin. in one hour, we can lose anywhere from half inch to 2 inches. >> you can see it working right now. >> how you doing right now? tell us what it feels like. looks like you're flexing your stomach. >> it's like a squeeze. like jacuzzi jets are hitting me. >> how cool.
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tough to work out. >> absolutely, we have the pads and target whatever area. >> the state of the art technology, allows the machine and the pads to do the work. >> it's giving you a workout. basically in an hour, we'll do from 800 to 1,000 situps. >> wow, that's incredible. >> what? >> in an hour? >> yeah, an hour treatment. you come in, lay down, watch some tv. >> do people take naps too? >> it's a little intense, so no napping. there's no down time, it's not surgical, so you can come in and hook up and be smaller. >> watch valley view live. >> and bathing suit season is coming up. so now is a good time.
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>> let's look at before and afters. this can be amazing for people. thiss ia perfect thing to do. >> every time you come in, we'll shrink down more and more. you'll lose from half inch to 2 inches, it's up to you to keep it off, and every time you come more. >> we see that men get treated. >> men and women both. >> once the inches go off, you have to be eating right, and not keep eating the hamburgers. >> correct, we have a few tips. >> to help keep the inches off. >> first off, you hear it all the time, water, water, water. you want to stay hydrated, on a cellar level your body works on
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are, the better your metabolism. i like to carry around the water bottles, and i'll drink at least five of these a day. that's what your body needs and we have the cool infuser water bottles. this is lemon, you can put whatever you want. i got these for you guys. >> thank you. >> the lemon is a good idea. >> it's detoxifying, and great to add. >> the other tip is to eat breakfast. >> eating breakfast is so important, it's a jump start to the metabolism. avoid processed sugars, and try to incorporate fruits and vegetables. and working out. >> very weird. >> seems super intimidating, to work out, just start with ten
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you have links i've watched as the house across the street has sat empty for over six years. i've watched good friends have their homes foreclosed on. people are still really suffering, and they're looking for somebody that is going to create bold change. wall street gave bad advice and bad loans over and over again, and nothing happened. people are so excited about bernie sanders because they know that he's not beholden to wall street. we need someone like bernie sanders that's going to fight for the middle class. we have to fix things now. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
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welcome back, if you're saving for retirement you may have a 401 k, but the next guests say that might not be enough.
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and abe ashton, they're here from ashton strobelt. >> welcome back gentlemen, how are you? >> doing well. >> great to see you, there's many choices when it comes to retirement accounts. what do you suggest? >> there's a lot of different options, people e-mail us, and say, where do we get started. the key is to get started on anything. it doesn't matter if we're talking about a roth 401. when we started, we had three kids and realized that college is expensive, and then decided to have three more, that way, we decided -- got six kids, sell three if needed. right? to fund college per the other three. we have a couple of options, family hunger games, whoever survives. but you have to start somewhere. we start putting in the 529 college education plan.
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you think that's not a difference, but it's been 15 years since we did that. and we moved up, we've added more as we go p and $20 a month don't add up to be anything, and 15 years later, the college funds have 20 to $30,000 each. the key is to start. >> you need a financial advisor to clear the mystery behind what is pretax, post tax. >> for sure, there are tax benefits to college plans like 529's, where you put money in a savings account or a cd. >> sitting down with an advisor, can be overwhelming. what should people know? >> there's a lot of fears that people have, before they go in
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they might fear this might be an expensive meeting if i sit down with an advisor. i can't afford to talk to one. at our office, that's not farther from the truth. when you sit down with an advisor, it's more of a discovery meeting, find the needs of the client and the expertise of the advisor if it's a good fit. and any fees should be disclosed. it's interesting, another fear that people have, going into an advisor relationship, hey, what if they tell me something bad of the finances. the fear of knowing, sometimes is hard. just like going to a doctor, and going to a doctor and he might say hey, you need to lose weight. you don't want to hear that.
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>> think about that every day, motivate me to go to the gym. >> you might as well know sooner than later. >> that's the point, the sooner you know, the more chance you have of getting it fixed. and same with the finances to get back on track. >> a lot of people who don't make the first appointment. >> the first appointment is easy. we talk about a couple of things, looking at your estate and assets, how important is it for you to leave things to your heirs, and some say, i want the last check to bounce, i want it all gone. and many people say, we have 500,000, or 200,000, we want to maintain that nest egg, and take an interest to live off. that's the matrix that we talk about, to see what are your goals and priorities. >> yes, some people want to leave a legacy for the kids, and government.
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come in and end up getting a lot of it. >> when we come to you, bring documentation? >> the first time you come in, bring whatever questions you have, the tax returns, roth ira, stocks, bring that in, and we'll be happy to go over that with you. some just want to chat and find out more about us. that's okay too. it's more to come in and sit down, and funed out what the -- find out what the priorities are, and can we help? and that's okay, now you have more information, before you came in. >> absolutely, how do we set up the first appointment zieshgs it's easy, call the office. people can come to the office, we offer a complimentary
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morning blend. >> the stock market has tanked, and people's investments are in there, and you can help them diversify. >> absolutely, and we're definitely geared more to the conservative shop. people want to double their money overnight, we're not the shop for them. >> heading down that final stretch. >> the second half of life, that's us. >> thank you so much. be sure to tune in each and every thursday morning on the morning blend. for more information on ashton strobelt, they're located on saint rose parkway, in henderson. make an appointment today, and check out the fancy socks. you have it going on. >> the best socks. up next on the blend, get comfortable with this adorable guy, salvino, and how to adopt
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and a job fair, need filed 75 positions. they're looking for teachers, and support staff. the job fair is this saturday in
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bring resumes, and any other litter. meet salvino, he's looking for a loving home and yours may be the perfect fit. >> and here with more on how to bring him home is the president of nspca, kathy jung. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> he's so adorable. >> what's the story? >> he's 10 years old, a chihuahua mix, he's great with dogs, kids and cats. he's a fun loving guy. >> how did he get to your shelter? >> he came to us, the previous owner said he was having medical issues, we've had him checked out, and have no signs of that. there are no special needs for him, he needs a special home. >> what's perfect for him?
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the perfect him is to go home with a buddy. to stay at home and play with, and run around. he is 10 years old, he's a little dog, that's only half way through his life. if he could have someone to play with, it would be perfect. >> he's adorable. very quiet and nice. and incentive for someone to adopt, you're giving something away. >> yes, this pet bed, it's perfect for me to lie on. i can sit there and take a nap with him. with him, comes this mattress. >> this is a mcmansion. >> put him on there. test it out. >> i don't think he'd stay. >> very cool, you adopt a dog, from the morning blend, you get one. >> absolutely, and the little dog last week went home, and they picked up their bed as well.
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parents? >> it's springtime, the hotter weather is coming up, we can always use foster parents. we had a puppy come in the other home. so i took him home. we have so many motherless kittens, and puppies and bunnies, it's great, if you have the time and space to take home two or three puppies, a month ago, we had eight that needed a home. so really, if you have some time, step up and help out. >> if you might not have a room for a foster home, maybe go out and volunteer. >> absolutely, come down and help to socialize the animals, get them out of the kennels, and run around. we're in an industrial area, we can run around and it's really fun sunday mornings, there's a
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in, and there's 50 dogs out running with the volunteers. it's great. >> you have a huge event coming up. what's happening? >> yes, march 6 is our first annual car show, so much fun, 's at the antique's mall of america. go on our website, and get information of how to attend, bring your car, be a vendor. we have the zoning for you, if you want to land your airplane there, bring it down. >> [inaudible]. >> yes, the guys from counting customs will be there, and if you have a fun car, a motorcycle, boat, bring it down and show it off. >> you're as festive as zoning laws, can i have a chicken here? >> i know. >> we know that blue got adopted
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news. what other dogs and cats are available? >> we like to shine the light on the bunny rabbit. they're not a good gift for easter. if you're thinking of getting a rabbit, come down, we have a great staff that work with them, spend time with the rabbits, get in the kennels, and spend an hour with them, to make sure they're right for you. they cannot live outside. anything over 85 degrees is fatal to a rabbit. they need space. my bunny has a 6 by 8 foot cage to run around. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> thank you salvino. if you'd like to adopt him, head down to nspca. for more information, visit the website or call the number on your screen.
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complimentary dog bed from the morning blend, they've partnered up, for more information, call the number listed and watch the morning blend every monday for sleep tip of the week, sponsored by best mattress. are the rumors true? together? norm clark has the scoop. and jump aboard literacy, how to help mac king get every kid a book to read.
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blend, stay there. welcome back to the morning blend, nevada reading week is back in less than two weeks, and for it, magical literacy tour. literacy is the word -- >> he knows how to read. >> he's a helping kids at school get a book or two. >> everyone goes home with a book, that's the plan. during the month of february, we should do extra this year, we have an extra day, but left. so please she donate, if you bring gently used books to the
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get mac king tickets and specific stuff from those places as well. coupons for food or tours or whatever. and come see show, then the elementary schools, and do school assemblies, and every kid there, goes home with a book of their own. >> that's where the tour begins >> that's where the tour begins. and for many kids, this is the only book they own in their life. >> you've been doing this for six years, why did you start this? >> to get on tv. [laughter] honest. >> that was great. >> no. when i was a little kid, a magic literally changed my life.
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the tricks, and i think every happy adult i know, reads all the time.he kids, the schools i'm going to, are pretty and for reading, it's a way out. >> no question, it's an escape. and before this tour, you've been involved in libraries and books in this valley for a long time. >> yeah, for a long time. it's important to me, it's something -- you know, if you're in the public eye here in las vegas, you could do a charity event every day. you get asked so much, and this is where i'veickets for your show? >> to my show, and depending where you get the books.
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you to savers, they donate a bunch of books from the store. so that's really nice of them too. >> phenomenal. >> tell us of your show. >> you want to see a trick? i've taken up blackjack. and i've learned a few things. i've become an expert, you get two cards at the beginning. and like this, let's -- you get one whole card, face down. even though both are whole. they call it a hold card, and this is 19. no, 18. i know it's less than 20. >> would you split 18. >> nonwhat that -- i don't know what that means. but if you're a magician, i did something. >> oh, nice. >> now i've got -- i've got 20,
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win if you're tied? >> do they win? >> yes. if you're doing that, and then switch it. >> okay. >> you get a blackjack. >> oh my goodness. >> you win and then you have to work for us. >> do you have a book. >> of those, this was my daughter's favorite book, and my favorite to read to her, but that guy, eric carl has a bunch of great books. >> you look down the list, it makes a giant difference. >> and everything is classic. >> everything is classic, and a big shout out to my buddies, harrod's, and cesars, they're helping out.
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bins of books. it's great. >> the goal is to read [inaudible]. >> please, if i could cry, i would. >> mac king's magical literacy tour is underway. you have until february 29 to donate. drop off new or gently used children's books in a variety of places in the valley. >> you get free tickets to the show, for donating three for more books. the show is at harrod's, and he's on facebook and to cry. >> aww. up next on the morning blend, rumors and scandals, norm clark has the edition of all things vegas. and,
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will receive $500 cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare
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bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. britney is back in a big way, plus you thought you saw the last of ben and jen, the recent ski trip, may have you rethinking. >> and norm clark is back with the latest celebrity news and
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let's start with steve lawrence and his return to the stage? what happened? >> that's a feel good story, he went back on stage, first time since the death of edie, two and a half years ago, and he knocked it off the park from all that i'm hearing. one of the highlights was he said that this being valentine's day, everybody does my funny valentine's, and i'm not going to do it, and the room goes dark, and a video pops up and edie is singing it, and he's singing back to her. not a dry eye in the place. really a great moment. >> wow. >> i really hope that maybe the smith center can bring him in. he's so beloved here, and got tremendous response. >> you have byron's number, call
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>> i bet he's way ahead of me on that one. >> that was a great celebration. and tears at jubilee? they closed the curtain. >> yes, i went to that on thursday night and that was incredible. and it was incredible from the moment you arrived. because outside, the entrance, where all the people in tuxedos, and dressed to the nines. >> very rare to see that in vegas. >> this was their way of supporting basically nod to the past. this is how it was then, 34 years ago. it was a mix of a great reunion, and sort of a sad fare well. and those people that came to it, brought so much energy, and the former cats members. >> the dancers came out?
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came out, and i did a story of one who remembered -- he went back to england for a week and came back, and looked him up and down is said, i think you had too many fish and chips. lose three pounds in a week. >> speaking of productions on the strip. britney has retooled the show. an overhaul. how was it? >> what i'm curious about if it was brought on by the arrival of jennifer lopez? >> they do that all the time. every six months, they retool to bring a fresh crowd in, that's part of the overall show experience. >> i would agree, but there's a rivalry there. jlo said, there's a new girl in town, and they're in the same
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was on fire the other night. the winner in this is the fan. you have to see it. it's good, they have tremendous video and staging it's going to get a lot of -- >> i saw the first round, it'll be interesting. >> it keeps selling out. >> it's great. >> just for that show. >> we're not going to talk about the valentine's day. >> terrible. speaking of jlo, her old beau, ben affleck, and jennifer garner, relationship on the rocks, they're done. maybe not so? >> maybe not so. i'm pulling for them, i would love to have a workout. they were on a ski trip in montana, and over super bowl weekend. now we know where tom brady spent his super bowl. and maybe the same jet that remembered that tom had the
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to continue on to la, and he talked her into staying to watch poker. >> we have to go, thank you very much. >> great to see you. >> any questions or tips, visit, and make sure to read his column, we'll be right back.cys!m they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes.
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millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
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producer micah, welcoming you back on the morning blend. this week, we focus on estate planning and why it's so essential. it's more than drafting a will. proper estate planning, includes a team approach, with benefits planning, and proper asset tightly, planning now will give you peace of mind, so future conflicts are avoided. al vacation of your assets after your death, you'll avoid probate, and save money on legal fees. control over who'll manage the assets and personal affairs, and it'll give you an opportunity to nominate a guardian in the event that wup needs to be appointed
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michaelson and associates, has two convenient locations. a number to reach them is on their screen, same for the website. again, the senior care moment is sponsored by the senior services guide, contact them at the phone number and website on the screen. thank you very much, today on the view, one of their original fab five's returns to the table for hot topics. star jones is back on the view, that's today at 10, after us. >> star jones, wow. and on valley view live, get to know the woman behind the desk, patricia, she's live in studio. >> that's her second time coming on, and always look forward to chatting with her. friday on the morning blend, michael simon from the chew, whips up appetizers perfect for
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and a vocal group, the tenors serenade us before their big show, that's tomorrow, that's all for us today. >> bye, have a god day. -- good day. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen.
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where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
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>> announcer: "the view" is live right now. get comfortable because they're getting fired up for an entire show of "hot topics." kanye goes ka-boom. his epic backstage meltdown on "snl" caught on tape. and trump goes nuclear, how he said he would handle having his finger on the button. and one of "the view's" original fab five, star jones, returns to the "hot topics" table. it all starts now on "the view" with whoopi, michelle collins, joy behar, candace cameron-bure, raven-symone, and paula faris. now, let's get things started.
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whoo, hey! well, hello, hello, hello and welcome to "the view," y'all. welcome to "the view." welcome to "the view." welcome to "the view." whoo! "gma's" sara haines is back at the table, yeah. we're on belly watch. how are you doing? >> i'm doing okay. you're predicting early. the doctor said yesterday, you look like you're right on time. i was like, thanks party pooper. >> you know, he'll come or she'll come when she's ready. >> it's a he. if she comes, i'll be shocked. >> that belly is bigger than trump's ego. let me tell you something. do you see that thing? >> there's room to be bigger if you're trump.


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