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On the topic of a Georgia mall that told a fitness group who formed a prayer circle that doing so was against mall policy, Cupp and co-host Whoopi Goldberg seemed not to see eye to eye on the issue, and because Goldberg couldn’t differentiate between two scenarios Cupp was referencing. Read more
We missed “The View” this morning but caught up this afternoon on FOX 5 chief investigative reporter Emily Miller‘s second time in a week guest hosting the show in her bid for a permanent spot at the table.
Unfortunately for Miller, regular co-host Whoopi Goldberg was not in the best of moods after backlash from viewers for comments she made Monday on teacher tenure, leading her to speak over or cut off the Emily Gets her Gun author. And Goldberg wasn’t the only one who didn’t want to hear what Miller had to say. Many on Twitter weren’t too nice either (h/t Peter Ogburn).
Whether or not Miller is still in the running is still up in the air. Also from Washington, the same goes for CNN’s S.E. Cupp, who guest hosted twice in July.
In the meantime, for a behind the scenes look at “The View,” click through to see Miller’s tweets from her morning at the Upper West Side ABC studios. Read more
Last night at Poste, The Hill celebrated its annual “50 Most Beautiful“ list, a nod to this town’s most beautiful – or not – members of Congress, Congressional staffers, campaign aides, lobbyists, and other Capitol Hill/executive branch employees.
Many of the 50 selected were in attendance, although the five Representatives and two Senators who made the list were not. Either was White House press secretary Josh Earnest. Or FOX News’ Bret Baier or CNN’s S.E. Cupp. But CBS News’ Nancy Cordes and NBC News’ Kristen Welker were there.
Guests who entered through Poste’s entrance (and not Hotel Monaco) first stumbled upon a step and repeat for anyone but mostly those who made the list. The gathering took place on Poste’s outdoor patio amid perfect weather and included remarks from the recently announced new Hill editor in chief Bob Cusack. Guests noshed on shrimp cocktail, gourmet sandwiches, and passed hors d’oeuvre and enjoyed an open bar that seemed to reopen several times.
Conversation was comical. Especially if you stood near strangers and wrote down the laughable things you could hear them say. And with that brings us “The Top 10 Things Overheard at The Hill’s ’50 Most Beautiful Celebration.” Read more
FOX 5 DC chief investigative reporter Emily Miller is set to guest-host “The View” Thursday morning, and a source confirms that she is one of several women being considered for the “conservative” role they’re looking to fill.
Several other names of women being considered include MSNBC “The Cycle” co-host Abby Huntsman and CNN’s Margaret Hoover. WGN’s Ana Belaval and ABC News’ Sara Haines also guest hosted, the same week that Meghan McCain did, although the “TakePart Live” co-host told Refinery29 last week that she would not be joining the show. Fox News Latino also reports that “Good Morning LA’s” Lauren Sanchez and former assistant US attorney Sunny Hostin are being considered.
Miller, known throughout Washington for her “Emily Gets Her Gun” column for The Washington Times and nationally after turning it into a book, will likely prove herself a top contender given her strong debate skills with the ability to remain composed.
It’s that day. That one day a year The Hill publishes its “50 Most Beautiful” list, and you can’t help but laugh, just a bit.
The 11th annual list recognizes the Beltway’s “best-looking,” relevant to the audience. So not necessarily all of the actually hot people you see around town, but the “most beautiful” members of Congress, Congressional staffers, campaign aides, lobbyists, other Capitol Hill personnel and executive branch employees.
Washington beautiful is tricky. It’s a far cry from “beautiful” as portrayed on DC-based television programs like “House of Cards” and “Scandal.” That said, this year’s list does include many who would catch your eye in Washington and elsewhere, along with several who might not even do so here in DC. Read more
On Tuesday we gave you the ratings for the July 20 Sunday Shows in the DC Market.
Who’s on the talk shows this weekend?
Highlights include Israeli Ambassador to the U.N. Ron Prosor on “Fox News Sunday,” Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Hillary Clinton on ”Fareed Zakaria GPS,” and CFR president Richard Haass on NPR’s “Weekend Edition Saturday.”
Not all lineups have been announced. But click through for those that are and we’ll continue to update throughout the day. Read more
From TVNewser to FishbowlNY, here are your top stories from across Mediabistro.
One of Washington’s most probable contenders is being considered by “The View” to potentially join the program, according to an industry insider.
S.E. Cupp, a regular face on CNN’s relaunch of “Crossfire,” has been approached by “View” executives.
On Monday, Meghan McCain – a conservative pundit and daughter of former presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain – will guest co-host the program, the network confirmed yesterday. McCain and Cupp are likely being considered to fill the conservative co-host role of Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who departed the program in 2013. Our gut tells us that next to Rosie, Cupp will be better at holding her own compared to McCain.
Only time will tell…
Who’s on the talk shows this weekend? Glad you asked:
CBS’s “Face the Nation” : Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL); Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI); CBS’s Mike Morell, fmr. deputy CIA director; WaPo’s David Ignatius; PBS’s Tavis Smiley; Wilson Center’s Robin Wright; CBS’s John Dickerson
“Fox News Sunday”: Kevin McCarthy (R-CA); Howard Schultz, Starbucks president and CEO; Cleta Mitchell, Attorney for Tea Party groups targeted by IRS; Julian Epstein, former top Democratic House Staffer; FOX contributor George Will; Judy Woodruff,co-anchor and managing editor, PBS NewsHour; Heritage Action for America’s Michael Needham; Fox News Political Analyst Juan Williams.
NBC’s “Meet the Press” : TBA
ABC’s “This Week” : Former VP Dick Cheney; Sonia Sotomayor, Supreme Court Associate Justice; Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN); Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL); ABC’s Chief Foreign Correspondent Terry Moran; FOX News Anchor Greta Van Susteren
Univision’s “Al Punto” : TBA
CNN’s “State of the Union“ : Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY); Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Chairman, Select Intelligence Committee; Bob Woodward; Carl Bernstein; CNN’s S.E. Cupp; CNN’s Donna Brazile; Daily Beast’s Kristen Soltis Anderson; Penny Lee, Democratic strategist
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