Two hosts,Ana Navarro and Sunny Hostin, of 'The View' test positive for Covid ahead of interview with Harris


Two of the four co-hosts of "The View" found out mid-show on Friday that they tested positive for coronavirus and were taken off set before a scheduled interview with Vice President Kamala Harris.

Ana Navarro and Sunny Hostin were on the program to start the show with fellow hosts Joy Behar and Sara Haines, but as the show returned from its first commercial break, they were asked to leave by a producer. A bewildered Behar admitted she didn't realize what was going on, and she was stopped from introducing Harris mid-sentence as her co-hosts left the stage. 

After another commercial break, Behar explained Hostin and Navarro had received positive COVID tests and would not return. That delayed the Harris interview, which was supposed to take up the majority of the program. The interview didn't start until there were only 10 minutes remaining in the hour.

In one of the more awkward moments in recent live television history, Behar and Haines asked the audience to participate and ask them questions, as the show worked to set up a video feed for Harris to do the interview backstage instead of coming in front of the audience. That went on for several blocks as the hosts worked to kill time.

It was often difficult for them to hear the masked audience members shout their questions. The two answered queries about being mothers, their advice to people in show business, and who their favorite guests on "The View" had been, among others.

Asked what moments in her lengthy television career stood out, Behar said "this one."

"This one is definitely … I mean, one thing about working in television is there's never a dull moment," she said.

Here’s the kicker. When Kamala finally did come out for an interview, she was in a completely separate room with an iphone headset in one ear as she sat on remote video conference.

Lastly, as you might have guessed, the only reason Kamala is showing up in front of the camera now is to compare our patriotic border patrol agents, who never whipped anyone, to slave owners:


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The wife of a Border Patrol agent accused Sharpton of inciting 'violence and riots'

 Al Sharpton's speech at the Haitian migrant encampment in Del Rio, Texas, on Thursday was drowned out by protesters who accused him of using the border crisis to stoke racism.

Sharpton took a tour of the migrant camp on the U.S. southern border in Del Rio to "meet and pray with refugees in the wake of the humanitarian crisis," according to Wednesday press release from the civil rights organization National Action Network (NAN), which Sharpton founded in 1991.

After touring the situation with Democratic Del Rio Mayor Bruno Lozano, Sharpton held a press conference during which he accused Border Patrol of using tactics reminiscent of the slavery era, but his comments were overwhelmed by protesters who accused him of being "a disgrace" and "a racist."

Among the phrases hecklers hurled at Sharpton were "Why are you stoking racism where it doesn't exist?" and "How much money are you making out of this?"

"Del Rio is not a racist city," someone shouted. "Del Rio is a loving, caring community. We don't want your racism in Texas. Get out of here! Nobody wants to hear your racist nonsense in Del Rio!"

"He [incites] violence and riots," said Kelsey French, the wife of a Border Patrol agent, according to local "He is not pro-cop. Our community is very cop. We support our men and women in the green and the blue and every color that they wear. We love them. We don’t want him here we don’t want his trouble. Amen."

Sharpton spoke dismissively of the protesters, whom he accused of being "Trump supporters" and "right-wingers" who "can scream all they want."

Sharpton also said he wanted the Border Patrol to face an investigation while someone shouted that he is "a race-baiter."

Sharpton said on Wednesday's episode of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that he and his group intended to get to the bottom of the recent controversial photos some Democratic lawmakers have claimed show Border Patrol agents using whips against Haitian migrants, though they did not possess whips.

Despite assurances from Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz that border officials do not use whips, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Thursday that the Biden administration is prohibiting Border Patrol agents from using horses in the Del Rio sector amid Democratic outrage.

Psaki reported that DHS Secretary told civil rights leaders this morning “that we would no longer be using horses in Del Rio”, noting that’s a policy change they’ve made in response to the photos.

This reminds me of how Biden hamstrung our forces in Kabul, not allowing them to leave the airport to go out and rescue Americans trapped there. Now Biden is doing the same with our border patrol officers, tying their hands and not allowing them to use necessary means to block illegals in Del Rio.

This is why Biden is so damned ineffective as a president, because he’s nothing but a coward who cares more about media narratives than he does about protecting American citizens and enforcing our laws. Case in point is how Biden is releasing thousands of Haitian illegals into the US because he wants the terrible looking refugee camp in Del Rio to just go away. He’s not even deporting them all because that would take too long.

This also happened during the presser, where Peter Doocy suggested that Haitian illegals are saying they are pregnant so they can be released into the US and the administration is not verifying this in any way. But Psaki tries to turn Doocy’s question into ‘you don’t believe women’ stupidity and then ‘are pregnant women a problem at the border’ argument:


What a despicable deflection from Doocy’s question, which is very legitimate. The Biden administration is a disgrace.

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Jen Psaki said at a press briefing Thursday that the images are "horrible and horrific" and noted that an investigation is ongoing


Chief White House Spinner Jen Psaki said today that after the ‘horrible and horrific’ photos that came out this week of Border Patrol agents using horses to block Haitian illegals, they would not be allowed to do that any longer:

"I can also convey to you that [DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas] also conveyed to civil rights leaders earlier this morning that we would no longer be using horses in Del Rio," she said.

A DHS spokesperson later said in a statement: "We have ceased the use of the horse patrol in Del Rio temporarily. We'll prioritize other methods for identifying individuals who might be in medical distress."

The revelation comes on the fourth day of controversy related to the false claims that agents used "whips" against Haitian migrants on Sunday – a claim that was initially debunked by Mayorkas and Border Patrol chief Raul Ortiz on Monday, who noted that agents were wielding long reins to control their horses in difficult riverines.

Other Border Patrol sources have noted that agents will spin or twirl their reins in order to move the horse forward as a signal to the horse. So far no images have been presented of migrants being hit by the reins.

However, as the White House condemned the images, by Tuesday Mayorkas had changed his stance.

"I was horrified by what I saw," Mayorkas told CNN. "I'm going to let the investigation run its course. But the pictures that I observed troubled me profoundly. That defies all of the values that we seek to instill in our people."

On Tuesday, Vice President Kamala Harris said she supported an investigation and was "deeply troubled" by the allegations.

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Hướng dẫn giải toán 9 căn thức của Hân

Bài này chỉ cần trục căn thức ở mẫu là ra, cái thằng ở ngoài căn em trục từ đầu sẽ nhanh hơn. Thầy làm sau cứ nghỉ là đề cho như vậy có thể "triệt tiêu". Không ngờ đề hại nảo không triệt đuọcw nên cách làm trên tốn thêm 2 hàng trục căn của anh bên "Phải". Đệ lừa Thầy thành công.

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Fox News' Peter Doocy notes 'we have not found any record' of Biden ever visiting border


White House press secretary Jen Psaki didn't have an answer Wednesday on whether President Biden has ever or will ever visit the southern border to address the illegal immigration crisis.

Psaki was asked by Fox News’ Peter Doocy during her daily press briefing if the president had "ever been to the southern border" during his nearly 50 years in public office.

"I will have to look back in my history books and check the times he’s been to the southern border," Psaki said.

"We have been looking all morning," Doocy said, "and we have not found any record of him visiting the border as president, vice president, senator, or even as a concerned citizen."

Doocy later continued, "This is a president who makes a point when there are disasters in this country, like a wildfire or hurricane, to go and see for himself firsthand what the needs are of the local community so he can have an informed POV to make policy. Why doesn’t he go down to Del Rio, Texas, to see what’s going on?"

Doocy was referring to the surge of illegal immigration in recent days in Del Rio, where thousands of migrants who crossed from Mexico are awaiting processing at the International Bridge.

"Well first of all, Peter, I think the situation at the border is the result of a broken system," Psaki replied. "And the president certainly relies on his experience. So whether it was the work he did to address root causes as vice president, his efforts when he was in the Senate to support comprehensive immigration reform. … He uses all of his experiences to inform how he governs, how he approaches challenges."

"Has Joe Biden ever been to the border? It’s a question that needs to be answered by the president, who is presiding over the most disastrous border crisis in decades," Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said in a statement following the press briefing. 

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President Joe Biden said 'good luck' when Boris Johnson asked if he could take questions from reporters

 Seriously, it happened again. President Alzheimer’s aides actually shouted over top of him to prevent reporters from hearing him responding to a question. They then kept shouting and rushed the reporters out of the room:

Get this. Boris Johnson took three questions from reporters but President Alzheimer’s wasn’t allowed to answer any. Biden looks like a damn fool, and I mean that seriously.

Full Interview Here:

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  Well, it’s a pleasure to welcome to the White House, the Oval Office, Prime Minister Johnson.  I’m honored to have a chance to have him here. 

He returned a small amount of hospitality compared to all the hospitality he provided for the G7 and our families and — in Cornwall.  And since then, our countries have worked in close cooperation on a whole range of things, and our fellow democracies. 

We continue to work on — we’re going to talk about today — the ambitions we laid out at the G7.  And we’re turning to our revitalized Atlantic Charter.  We’re going to make it something — we’re going to turn it into real action so it makes a ma- — plays a major role in the challenges we face. 

Earlier today, I addressed the United Nations General Assembly, and I made clear that climate has to be the core area of action for all of us and — as we look ahead to the UK-hosted COP26, which I’m really anxious to attend in Glasgow in November, Mr. Prime Minister.


PRESIDENT BIDEN:  And we’re promoting our —

PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  We need you there.  Yeah.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  Oh, we’re going to be there.


PRESIDENT BIDEN:  With bells on, as they say.

And we’re going to also — our economies have to work together, including through our Build Back Better World initiative that we — that we launched in Car- — at Carbis Bay. 

And today, we’re going to discuss the next steps in all — on all of this, and as well as how the U.S. and UK can continue our cooperation in Afghanistan, in the Indo-Pacific, and around the world. 

And I want to thank you again, Boris, for making the effort to be here. 

And I understand, Boris — I just want you to know, Boris — you came down on Amtrak, is that right?

PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  I did.  And — and you’re — you’re a living deity —


PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  — on Amtrak, I can tell you.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  I’ve traveled millions of miles.  You think I’m joking.


PRESIDENT BIDEN:  Well, they should.  (Laughter.)  I traveled more on Amtrak than any — if I were a conductor, I’d be number one in seniority.  (Laughter.) 

I got to tell you a quick story that has nothing to do with anything.  When I was Vice President, the Secret Service didn’t like me traveling on Amtrak because there were too many options for people to cause trouble along the way.  But I insisted I do it. 

And one day, they put in the newspaper: “Biden travels one million…” — and I think — don’t hold me to the exact number — I think it was — “…three hundred and fifty thousand miles on Air Force Two.”

And — and so I was walking up to the – up to — getting the train on that Friday.  And a guy, who was the number three guy from New Jersey in seniority as a conductor, walked up and grabbed me and he goes like this: “Joey, baby!” — grabs my cheek.  I thought the Secret Service was going to shoot him.  (Laughter.)  And I said, “No, no.  He’s a friend.”

He said, “Joey, big deal.  1,300,000 miles on Amtrak” — I mean, on Air Force Two.  “Do you know how many miles you traveled on Amtrak?”  And I said, No.”  He said, “Well, at the retirement dinner, we worked it out.”  He said, “Thirty-six years in the Senate; ‘X’ number of years as…” — at that point — “…as Vice President; average 131 days a year, 257 miles a day.  Joey, you travelled over 2 million miles.  Big deal.”  (Laughter.) 

I thought they should name the railroad after me or something.  But at any rate —

PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  They named the station after you. 

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  Yeah, they did do that.

PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  Yeah, yeah, yeah — it’s big news there.


PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  Joe, I want to thank you.  And I share your — your belief in transport infrastructure, particularly trains. 

I want to thank you very much for the warm welcome today.  And it’s great to be with you in the White House.  And this is a very important trip for us in the UK, and we’ve seen some great progress just in the last period. 

And it’s great that the ban is being lifted on British beef and the people of the United states of America can eat British beef.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  And we’re going to be working on lamb, too.

PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  And the lamb.  We’re working on the — we’re working on the lamb. 

But what you did with the travel so that people can travel to the U.S. with two jabs is also fantastic and very welcome.  We’ve been working on that for a long time.

But I think the most important thing today has been your speech, Joe, to UNGA, where you made a commitment to supporting the world to adapt to climate change, doubling the American commitment.  That’s very important for us. 

And we’ve made a £11.6 billion commitment I made when I first became prime minister.  But it’s fantastic to see the United States really stepping up and showing a lead — a real, real lead.

And then, of course, there’s the progress that we’re making in the defense technology partnership that you’ve led and — with our Australian friends that I think has great potential to benefit the whole of the world and the security of the whole of the world. 

So, Joe, thank you for having us.  And I think, you know, we’re — we’re boosting our shared agenda.  We want to build back the world together with you.  And I think we want to renew and strengthen our transatlantic bond.  And it feels to me like it’s going very, very well.

But I think — would it be okay if we just have a couple of questions?  Just a — just a couple of questions for the —


PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  And I think we’re going to be ruthless.  (Laughter.)  We’re going to be ruthless.  I’m going to go to — I’m going to go to Harry Cole from The Sun.

Q    Mr. President —

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  Hey, he — ask him the question.  (Laughter.)  No, I’m jo-


Q    Mr. President, is Britain still at the back of the queue for a trade deal — a free trade deal, as your predecessor, President Obama, promised? 

PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  Well, it’s actually (inaudible) a nice question.

Q    And may I just ask, what possible justification is there for Anne Sacoolas not to be extradited to the United Kingdom to face justice over the death of Harry Dunn?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  Two things: One, that latter case is being worked on.  I was under the impression — but I don’t know this, I want to be clear — I was under the impression there had been a civil settlement reached, but I don’t know that.

PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  That’s correct.  That’s correct.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  And based on what I’ve been told, it was — it was not an intentional act.  It was someone who was new to “driving on the side of the road,” quote, unquote.

And — but we’re following — I’ll follow up on that.  I expressed my sympathies when it occurred, but I don’t know the status of that case right now.

The other question was?

Q    A Brexit free trade deal with Britain.  Is it —

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  A Brexit free trade — well, we’re going to talk about trade a little bit today, and we’re going to have to work that through.

PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  Let me just say, on that, Harry — I mean, don’t forget, folks, that we’ve — we’ve settled the Boeing Airbus thing, which was a massive problem between us.  So we’re making a lot of progress — to say nothing of the beef and the whiskey, which I already — I already mentioned.

And just to kind of say on —

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  You smiled when you said “the whiskey.”  (Laughter.)

PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  Well, he’s a — he’s a grade-A ambassador for them.

On the Harry Dunn case, which is a very, very sad — very sad case, and everybody’s sympathies are with the family of Harry Dunn, I know that the President has been personally trying to move things along, and I’m grateful for that.

We’re going to take — we’re going to take one more question.  I’m going to go to Beth.

Q    Thank you.  President Biden, President Trump said that the UK was in front of the queue when it came to a trade deal.  You seem to have a different approach.  Is that because of your heritage, your concern about the Irish Protocol?  Is that what’s holding it back when it comes to doing this deal with the UK?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  They’re two separate issues.  On the deal with the UK, that’s continuing to be discussed.  But on the protocols, I feel very strongly about those.

We spent an enormous amount of time and effort in the United States.  It was a major bipartisan effort made.  And I — I would not at all like to see — nor, I might add, would many of my Republican colleagues like to see — a change in the Irish courts that — the end result having a closed border again.

PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON:  That is absolutely right.  And I — on that point, Joe, you know, we are — we are completely at one.  And I think nobody wants to see anything that interrupts or unbalances the Belfast Good Friday Accord — that’s the Belfast Good Friday Agreement.

Q    What’s your response to the situation on the border, Mr. President?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:  (Inaudible.)  Violence is not justified.

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