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"sunny hostin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:51 min | Last month

"sunny hostin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Mike G. Here's John on Long Island where there are flags, John, you racist big at you. Oh, my God, my son through my 30 year old son and my 50 year old daughter who hang them every year. From what from Memorial Day the Veterans Day and I take him down in the winter, and that's been my father's or Army vet. But we're so racist. We just see red, white and blue and little does she know Long Island, New York, went red for Donald Trump. So she's in the wrong area of Long Island, and that's why I believe me. She didn't want to go to Long Island. That's why that was. That's what put her in a bad mood. She had to leave the Starbucks on the Upper West Side to go out to Long Island, of course. Might have grew up in a great talent Babylon. We put veterans up pictures of veterans and the years that they dedicated their wife for the service, someone will still active. Exactly what you love to look. Do you want to know? Bigotry? John, You want to know bigotry? Let's face it. Sunny. Hostin is a bigot. She thinks she's better than people that fly an American flag. You know, you know what's going out to play on one of these breaks. You got to play out. Different round here by Riley Green Because that's the song I put on Facebook. I made a video. And what does Facebook do? They muted me because you down? No. You know, we got to play. We gotta pull out. Lee Greenwood. Come on, Eric. Let's play it right now. I'm in that mood I want to I want to send a message is I'm waiting. In fact, the songs about two minutes long. I'll bet you were going to hit $250,000 in donations while we listen to Lee Lee Greenwood. This is, of course. The anthem that President Trump always uses. When he comes out onto stage. You're going to be seeing a lot of this and seen a lot of these rallies coming up, and that's pretty exciting stuff. Let's play it. This is for sunny hostin and please go to mike online dot com. As we listen together and sing along, make a donation.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:38 min | Last month

"sunny hostin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"When I am saying this is how I feel. This is my experience in this country. Wow. Isn't that amazing now others, and she said something even more profound in terms of her feelings to Whoopi Goldberg and I've got the transcript here. We'll try to get the right clip here for you in a minute, but or the or the the more Illustrious example of her contempt for the United States will be, Goldberg said to sunny Hostin, So for many of the flag has been a symbol of freedom. Has it taken another meaning? Sunny and she answered. Yes, it has. As Megan mentioned during the last segment, when someone of color a black woman is telling you her feelings people need to listen and not, you know, repudiated not say Well, that cannot be true because you have in many respects the former disgraced twice impeached one term president to thank for politicizing the American flag. Here we go again. It's Trump's fault that sunny hostin hates the flag. It's Trump's fault that marry gay Hates America. She continued. Remember on January 6th? Just a few months ago, you had the capital, rioters tearing down the flag and replacing it with the trump flag. No, they didn't didn't tear down an American flag and put up a trump flag. You're lying. You're making crap up as John Kennedy would say, Cut the crap. You had them beating the police officers with the American flag. Well, it was actually a pole, not the flag. I don't think the cloth is going to hurt him, Sonny. That's what was going on on January on January 6th. It is their country, not our country. Remember very well. There was a Confederate flag being flown around the United States Capitol. Don't worry that we got rid of that. You don't like their good friend will take that down everywhere. Can't have a Confederate flag. There wasn't a civil war didn't happen. North South never happened. Just blink it away, Sonny and it'll go away. Remember I was with my Children in North Carolina in the outer banks. With people in pickup trucks with Confederate flags flying alongside the US flag that scared me. That scared me. So when I drive into a neighborhood and it's not July, 4th There are flags, American flags. I feel threatened. Now, listen, I don't doubt that she's scared. I really don't. I don't I don't doubt that there are people who are still cowering in their basements with nine masks on, they're afraid. I don't believe there are weak people who cower and are timid and I guess, although she's not timid, your big mouth with a nasty attitude. She's a radical on the view. Making millions of dollars to run her mouth like I like I get to do, but I don't make millions. Don't make what she makes. Good for her. I'm glad she succeeded. I'm glad she makes millions. To tell us how terrible America is with its flags, and it's patriotism and its love of country and its support of the rule of law and the rejection of rioters and looters and criminals. Unreal. I'm sorry. I'm this fires me up and it ought to fire you up to 806 55 Mike Moore coming up in the relief factor dot com Studios sure to get the Mike Gallagher show podcast at mike online dot com. Oh,.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Handcuffs were taken off. He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since then. A full plan. The guy had a plan. Just astounded that this could actually happened. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. The federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives and running out and we're going to catch up with lesser and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime and his time is up. I'm sunny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks. They uncovered new leads, possible sightings and at every turn found resistance from those who want lesser Eubanks to be for gotten what they've uncovered. Is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, a life on the run and a first hand. Look at how the U. S marshals are trying to solve one of the oldest fugitive cases in American history. Now, they may be closer than ever.

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Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

Pat Walsh

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

"Conviction of former police officer Derrick Show, Vin. Murder and manslaughter charges. A jury took a little more than 10 hours to find Children guilty of second degree murder, Third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. ABC News senior legal correspondent Sunny Hostin. This was highly unusual. I mean, it's always clear to prosecutors that quick verdict of fact, fast verdict really hints at an agreement journey for George Floyd's family. Ben Crump, we framed this moment. For all of us, not just for George floor. This is a victory for those who championed humanity over inhumanity. President Biden says the conviction can be a giant step forward for the nation in the fight against systemic racism. He calls on the Senate to pass a police reform bill okay by the House and named for Floyd. So far it is deadlocked in the Senate. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Now here's what's happening

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:33 min | 7 months ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"They could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since in a full plan. The guy had a plan just astounded that this could actually happened. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. The federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives air running out, and we're gonna catch up with lesser and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And this time it's up. I'm sunny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks. They uncovered new leads, possible sightings and at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester you banks to be for gotten what they've uncovered. Is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, a life on the run and a first hand. Look at how the U. S marshals are trying to solve one of the oldest fugitive cases in American history. Now, they may be closer than ever from ABC News. Have you seen this man? Have you seen this man? Three of you have seen this man? Have you seen this man? Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart Radio Act number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one My heart radio goes one on one with Phil from Def Leppard taking us inside how their creative process can work. It was snow everywhere. When I was humming this idea of how money into my phone, You know what I've apple over. It is really dangerous down this country lane Snow and ice up all over when I got to the studio. Okay, Quick, Stop everyone. Vivian, you play these notes on the guitar. On guy hummed my melody and then hand it into a Dictaphone. So that was really cool of doing it. But every song at a different vibe to It was like doing a different project for each song, And that was just a one of the things I don't Keep listening to I heart radio for more from your favorite artists miss some of the show. Get the podcast.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"You know we interestingly enough we used to be you know sort of like number one, but they breakout syndicated announced indicated, and now we're number one across the board. In all. TV, and on because this week Everyone's I got cabin vacation. But it I think it's because we're we are at our best when we are just talking about the issues even the uncomfortable wounds. Yes. That's where we're at our best. So I want people are at their best day on when they talk sunny I have to thank you because I'm a thank you from all the people that I know that watch every day from my dad to my best for Indonesia because. Although I know, it's a heavyweight, you carry it so classy and so beautifully. Really, saying that as I really appreciate you I told you this at Amir. Oscar party ones, and I wanted to say to you and I walked up to you now. I want you to know. And I approved some. Because we do your gas tank I I'll one quick thing I will tell you is that I was diagnosed with diverticulitis stress induced diverticulitis which is like an inflammation of the intestines and stuff. I was I I got really sick lash last season and last season was a tumultuous season for us. Twenty pounds I couldn't eat everything able my stomach. So I went to the GI doctor and he said he usually sees that in what what I have in seventy plus year old. M men seventy plus and he said it's stress induced. Are you under an extraordinary amount of stress and I was like, no, I'm not I'm fine a mobile, the number one talk show. US Yeah. Right I realized that it isn't heavyweight because I attribute that to the fact that there were things sometimes that I would like to say and I'm sure all of you understand this there are things that I sometimes like to say that will result in my losing that platform. And I think it's too important number platform to lose for our community and so I do not say those things but when you. Internalize internal is. You could end up which stress induced die ridiculous. So I say that as an example because I really think it's important if you're not on television token to three million people you really have to talk it out. Right? You gotta get all of that stuff out and I think now it's more important than ever. To to do that. Not, censoring I'm not censoring myself but I'm I'm trying to keep it classy talks was I would cordially invite you to the quest. Supreme, Group Chat where you can say all the problematic she says. You can't say for the white people it's like. Under us, it's like. It's like there. Back through the new. Group Ted is the new social media so Trade I'm needed didn't get into that good light skin allow Chechen? Skin allowed. To women, she named I was like yeah. I've got to say Jamal. Hills. About, the same complaint y'all got some paper bag. We got. We got. Was George. Time Joyce Alicia Garza. On my girl from CBS system for Gail sometimes that Oh what's her name? She is? So start with the short haircut Oh, my God. Oh Yeah. We we do. We do we keep what's greatest sometimes when they see me on the show and eight see that I'm. Really drink in my teeth is I'm like if I get into this last week. Last week it was like. y'All I'M GONNA, lose my job. I can't do. As is it possible? Is there a line to be crossed on the view Rosie? O'Donnell. Said directly on the show not like this covered. I believe our lines and I blow always allow for Blake. Well you. and. Daddy is. Always. For. Everybody the? Question. Since we're talking about this in in this time that we're in right now where seemingly everybody has an opinion. We're all encouraged to speak speak up and speak out at this point certainly and But on the other side of the coin, you say the smallest thing wrong your job is at risk your life is at risk everything. So how do you navigate that especially since it's your job to speak your mind on in front of so many people it'd be yeah. Well, I, try to navigate it very carefully while being authentic was the I don't really believe and what people are calling cancel culture. I don't really believe that that is that I think it's accountability culture you don't get canceled just for giving your opinion. You don't get cancelled for you know. having an opinion different. You get held accountable though for saying things that are racist for saying things that are misogynistic, you could get an and doubling down on them and not apologizing you can get a held accountable for those things. So I I kind of. Disagree with this there Oh there's a canceled culture giving up. No. I think people are are for the first time in a long time being held accountable for their actions but I because of my platform I am very careful. About what I say make sure this fact based and how I say it's Because I also think there's something to be said about dealing with your colleagues gracefully. And respectfully, so that you can go to battle with those same people the next day without hurt feelings and things like that and without people feeling personally attacked. Feeling like they've been disrespected. Just, because of their view, right so I think it's more that it's that people are now finally being held accountable. For saying the quiet part out loud and other people saying I don't like that. You know that batch racist or sexist or that's this and if the person rather than a you know what let teach me what do you mean by that? Why do you take it that way? The person's like no, it's not. And Yeah. That's different I. think that's I. think that's someone that can't learn. That's just my take. I'll know it. Okay, I. Don't know I disagree. Disagree none MANINA NO I. Don't I. Don't think I disagree with you I. Just think is you know we talk about like you know what cancel culture is 'cause I. Mean 'cause right I mean essentially what you're saying is like, yeah, I mean no one gets council they just You know you might lose some money and you go away for a little while and then you come back and rebrand right? But you're being held accountable on that. Thing that you did. Say You being held accountable. I guess the part for me is that you know a big part for me is like There's never like when we're like now in the era that we're in where we're talking about just rebuilding everything like we talking about, you know defunding the police and abolishing prison all. Program right. So there's always I'm I'm like I'm like we can let Sabaj please.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Is. Argue with people this we. On View Angle we'll be on TV. I'm not. I. Take it to the group check. I will say that it's it's before we let you go. It's really during watch you guys via your social media platforms during game night. I'm very envious. Monopoly Games like for for real like it's my dream I, I live with a bunch of people who believe in going to bed at like nine PM. They go to they go to bed early they wake up at five in the morning meditate and all that stuff and you know I just want want. I want one good game night where I can flip over the monopoly table if I'm losing, right. Is that what the family is. That way. Whatever I mean, we try a game nights but you know everyone's talking to Sunday. Team at your house no weekend we get a little crazy with competitive by NATO. Additive everybody. My father posted yesterday we we had game night with my father. He started trash talking about ten minutes is a game other. You haven't play in a minute. You trash-talking. Keep playing keep on playing. It's just it's just kind of a family dynamic that we. Oh we play clue. Just. Just inherent. But it's been such a wonderful thing for us because you know manny usually leaves very early in the morning to see patients I usually leave early, lead the kids are you know the athletes are they're constantly running this thing the first time in years the one silver lining for us is that. We're home together and we hit home together for months and daddy fine. I'm Sorr-. Thank you. He's. He's he's he sees. I. Know It's so ridiculous boasts too. But I I I love that we you know we've all been able to spend that time together and like the kids are serious about family game I feel like. Thursday night, he's going to get like they decide when we're going to play and they decide what we're going to play. Your top three games because we needed some new suggestions for this. Blue and I would say probably. SET BETWEEN PICTIONARY and. Know about. That's Triples. Taxis Oh. We stacking thing is you gotta stack. The only thing is you stack with the same suite so if it's draw to. Stack a draw to, but you can't put a draw four on top of draw to like. With the I go get with it on also. Are the. General use this. Three finger under the word. Family game night. Good. One. For the coffee table. Book. Back. What is the one thing that you've adjusted to? Since. March. Or during the quarantine that you haven't before that, you're that's now part of your. Regular Repertoire. I've started. I've always cooked when I cook a lot more and I will say I started. Walking and running again. You know remember I said I used was training for a marathon when it when I met my husband Church. It's been a long time since I. Have done it consistently. And I find that, you know one thing that Kinda does give me a little self care is to try to exercise a little bit little. I don't like to sweat that much. Honestly quit running or walking a couple of miles a day. It's It feels that feels good and it's something that. I just almost didn't make the time for before. Didn't just I don't know. I didn't stop doing that. Site I would say that that's different for me little bit of. Cook Them Shoot Pernille Fantastic. PROBABLY AWARD-WINNING IF I answered it into something. Body. report. All Right We'll do this. I'm. I certainly could make bell everybody. That's my usually Thanksgiving and Christmas I throw that into the mix, but I would make it especially for you. Okay. We'll. As you quick technical question. Yeah. The view. So are you still at home they? They just gave y'all one background no looked it up. Because it wasn't always like that like. Forget you're sitting on it still at home. What they did was when they realized that we would we would be doing this all season probably likely into next season as well. They brought equipment into our homes. I mean people had has met suits on it was really impressive in ABC basically set trucks with equipment and people in has met soups to everyone's homes and o'clock, you these trucks in your driveway no they they. They put them in. They built these kind of mini studios, each host home, and so we have a Big screen behind us, it's not a green screen. It's actually a huge monitor that hope that we have a picture. Of where we generally the background we generally sit on. It so you don't. Care, what I was trying to. Do. We have our lighting and they basically. Made, sure that we could continue during the show remotely and you know there's been a couple of little glitches because. It's hard because you don't want to speak over each other and so it's it's a little bit difficult but we we now have monitors we have prompter. Now we have feedback where can see each other the first month we didn't have that, and then it just they came in fixed it and.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I mean she was never a question about her prosecutorial background in the way that comma was she was never questioned about until she came on the show and do you know how I found out about it? They buried her team had buried that case my on Burrell's case black activists deemed me. DM meow social media and said, we hear that Amy's going on the show. Can I send you some documents about a case I said sure Senate and sometimes I don't even look at twitter I. don't even look at everything. You know I just happened to be looking at it. And I my husband will tell you mean, I was up all night. I couldn't believe it. I was like Oh my God, and you know I think our campaign felt that I ambush them and I heard there's a CNN dot com or Hbo Max Documentary. Now. And C. N. N. told reporters that they can't believe they got scooped by talk show hosts, which was kind of infuriating because I am illegal journalists. Prosecutors sounds like what are they talking about? Respect Monday. Yeah. Come on now and you. Need them they're. There and you know it is the number one talk show in the country. that. Are Flex. I I was surprised that I was the first journalist to. Bring it up. Thank you everybody was bringing up Kommo's record? So. Brag women do get examined in a way that is very different than white women especially during this time when up vetting and I think Valerie Jarrett just came out with an initiative for the media called something like we have we have her back. and. They're saying if he picks a woman especially women of Color Media, you are to profile and report. Accordingly now my Mama yet, you are to do your jobs professionally and ethically and I. Think it was really important for her to stay back because I do not think. That Kamla. I. Don't think that representative Bass I don't think that Stacey. Abrams. Got Got about demings got preate. treatment. In the media I really don't believe they did. Sometimes. Food is more than just food. It's part of our community. So this year discovers giving five million dollars to support black owned restaurants to places like Rodney Scott Barbecue post office pies, and hundreds more learn how you can show your support at discover dot com. This is Steve from supreme creators. Are you tired of being paid in cliques and likes social media streaming platforms help people find your work but getting you paid is another story with Patriot on you can stop rolling the dice of Ad Revenue and purse stream payouts and grow. Your creative career through the direct support of the people who care the most your fans since patriotic is built for creators and not advertisers. You'll skip the middleman and develop a sustainable income source by offering a monthly membership to your fans in turn, they'll get access to exclusive community premium content and the chance to become active participants in the work they love the creative system is broken. So if you're a podcasters video maker musician writer illustrator or a creative person of any kind sign up to.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"And makes demands before they will provide their both right. So you've got the gun lobby. You've got the vent Djelic now all. Will say, you will say you not maybe not. Now but we will support you. If you give me this, why is it when black women say? We will support you. We will organize will bring our husbands and our children, our sisters, and our parents to vote during a global pandemic risking our lives. But you must give us this representative in the White House. We are somehow asking for too much. We're not doing anything else that any other voting block with power dirt's. So I just I don't understand why there's been such pushback with that demand because it's not a request I used. Demanding. It's not a request it's a demand but any other strong voting block makes and now is the time because once he's in the White House I mean. The the black agenda. What is really the black agenda and if you read Joe Biden's agenda, it's okay. It's the little squishy. It's not as specific as it should be, and you know he has he's an imperfect candidate and he has a lot to atone for when it comes to the treatment of Anita Hill comes to the crime bill. Ration- Yes. Is a lot to atone for an I think because you know no other candidate in the past fifty years. Democratic candidate has one without the black vote he needs to win overwhelmingly because if not current occupant of the White, house is going to have to be you know it's not going to get out. Black people got to risk their lives to vote. Now got stand in line because a code bit 'cause tack on on on mail in voting and we I don't think people are going to be as energized with Tammy Doug words with no. Commonly. Learn thinks she what are you talking about vice president and yeah either in the Senate or as attorney general or you know I think that Kamla. We've seen her she certainly the. Prosecutor and chief I know her. I think California's lock for Democratic Senator. I'm not concerned about Kamla being in the Senate I. Think she can be much more effective as vice president and I. I'd like to see her baked banks, president pence, I think she's a really strong candidate in terms of being ready to occupy occupy the oval. Because not everyone you know is Joe Biden is not immortal and I'm not ages but he is going to be seventy eight and what he needs to think about is not the next four years. He's think about the next eight and the next twelve because in three and a half years the trump administration has undone eight years of with the Obama Administration did or was allowed to do. So you know you need someone that's able to step in and I just don't know that. and. Step in and run because she has run the AG's office You know she she she has the experience to run out of all the candidates that I've seen I think she has she has the experience to run a country that that's just my take. US On. Vow demings. was. I mean I was like this. I think she's Great I think if you look at at vows lunch for record, it's a little prompt matic. It's a little public. Wanted. More than WHO's more commonly Yes. Research. If you look at Communists I read Komo's book and the thing is you know you get the. Lead prosecutors got a certain rap talk about sunny. Yeah. Prosecutors get a certain rap right because unfortunately, there is the problem of mass incarceration. We know that black men are twice as likely as white men to get arrested. We know about broken windows policing and so a systemic problem and when you're prosecutor, you have to enforce the law. Laws are changed through legislation prosecutors don't get changed the law what you do it's do is you get to make are you have prosecutorial discretion? So you know when I was a prosecutor there were if I saw some someone cop comes to me and he's got a confession but the mugshot shows that the guy has two black eyes I'm not taking the case to trial. Even if I think You know he probably did it if I only had that compression and he's been beaten up to get it. I have the discretion to say, this is not how you get to police. If you look at what comma did she really was instrumental in changing the way things you're done in California to her credit working within that system because sometimes you can't just blow up systems you have to work within it. So I can say you know the Black Prosecutor prosecutors the person with the most power in the room people think the judge Judge People Think, Oh, I got a good defense attorney you need a prosecutor. On that side of the table in that courtroom to make the right charging decisions to make the right recommend. Sentencing recommendation that's for you need. I will tell you get in my time as a prosecutor. I didn't charge people who you know put people in drug diversion programs. I looked at the whole person because I'm from those neighbors I know the decisions that people make are not just because they're inherently bad I know you know some of them are born in poverty. I I know what goes into all of this so I I think that however when you look at Val demings record there were. A lot of problems in her police department but she had the ability to change that and a lot of those changes didn't necessarily happen so I think she's a great candidate but she's you know she's going to come up If he chooses her, it's going to be a little problematic when it comes to her history with law enforcement considering the reckoning that's going on now in our country. For that sunny, you did the same thing for me for Amy Klobuchar, you'll just like. Oh global cop dome. But that's interesting. You know that before i. Interviewed her people say. Cross examination I single handedly. Campaign and her campaign was very upset after.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"How did you explain to them suddenly what was happening? I can't even imagine. especially. Coming from where they came where they were. Of formative age coming up in the Obama years. No Way am I ever saying that that was a rosy time either but? It seemed like a more manageable time and it seemed like we were headed in the right direction. It. Yeah. It's what was wonderful. Wasn't it that that that I thought it was wonderful that my children had for their first for their cognitive years they saw a black president. was wonderful. You know how do you explain life to them now that the rug has seemingly. been pulled from underneath them or even not even two thousand sixteen like by the riots. How do you explain that to the? My children probably of their mommy. Are are very our social activists, and their advocates. My son was involved in a sit in at his school couple years ago very well read in fact that was part of his it got so much press that it had to become part of his college essay and when he was interviewed, almost every college interview brought brought up and brought up this this question you know like, what? What made you want to become an activist and and his his answer really was that he fell but there was a backlash to the fact that there was a black president and my my kids were very very noticeably shaken. By the back what they perceived as a backlash and my my daughter, who's she's only fourteen But she said she feels that this sort of you know there's a pendulum that swings and there were people in our country that felt that Obama being president for eight years took the pendulum too far to. All the way bit they wanted to bring it all the way back and that was a really interesting perspective that I hadn't even thought of that way. That's why we're seeing these extremes because they thought that that was that extreme So I will say I don't even know that I had to reconcile for them. I think because they have so much information and they're so interested in the information at least my children they formulated own opinions early very early. I remember in November two, thousand sixteen I was grasped I was very upset and. You know they were like half is happened. He's such a joke. He said horrible things who would vote for him. There were things like that. You know they were like he didn't. He didn't really win the gate they were trying to really make sense of the process even then even two thousand sixteen. Well. it should be noted that you at least had your parents cake in you ate it to. By stepping into. The television journalism world starting with court. TV and. Factor. Like. Okay. So Adding Hey. You should take this to. A higher level and kind of. Get your dreams like what was what was that moment where you? Were obviously you like you know I am going to pursue journalism and. OR DABBLED LOL do it. It was. And I writing the book that I always know when I'm in the right place when it feels like home feels right when I'm comfortable. Feels good. the law firms didn't feel good the Justice Department. Felt good. It felt like I was doing the good work making good trouble. But then after I had my first child, I was really blowing in the wind and I went back and no law firm making a lot of money which was stupid. Go back to a place I knew I wouldn't feel like home and I was searching. But in the back of my mind, I have to tell you I I knew that I needed to follow my passion and I went to a meeting of lawyers and had the good fortune of meeting television producer there from court. TV. Who Said you've got to you know you should be on television and I took that opportunity. And I seized it and I really never let go I just I just never let it go and I just kept on doing it and I kinda got discovered that way which is unusual right you know you need Siemian television producer in your on TV the next week and it never it never goes away and I feel like that's because it was my true calling it was something that I was supposed to do but I also had the benefit of being married to an orthopedic surgeon who could pay the bills and who could hold it down, hold it down for me and who was willing to do that because he basically had a talk and I was like I, think I'm leaving this law firm and this has been a dream of and I want to do it and he basically said all right. Let's talk tonight got home cold up budgets and pulled up savings accounts and he was like, okay and he just started his own practice and he was like, well, you know we had just bought a house and we just had a baby two babies at that point and he said I hold it down for about three years. You think you could you could make it in three years. Three years honestly yet the can he said they do. Badge. Some significant, right. Now I don't know that a lot of people with you know. He may have been short, but he wasn't short on cash. And the moral to this story. Yeah. Journalists out there too sonny not to say that you were also still doing the work like you were going to. US doing some of the stuff to say all these other baby journalists are doing to. Do it data do I continue to do it. I continue to and maybe. I go to H. H J I do I continue to go to the local meetings ago. He got you have to. Have to do it. You have to do the work. You know I texted me what do you think about this? What do you think about that? You know now I have just a wonderful circle of. You know other Sista girl journalists who you know were were actually on this text chain and we go back. Political. Journalists as well. We go back and forth can review this for me. What do you think about this position? What do you think about that and it's You know joy Reid is been A. Ask you how was that. How important I? Records I just. Feel good. Sunny to. On the first show that she did with all the black mayors I was like, Oh, they couldn't wait to do her episode day was like girl what you need us for watching together it was so amazing. You know we pop champagne with joy after as you know as she's been, she's been great. She's not only a friend but an inspiration you know. Such amazing things that made it work but I I I have uh circle that I can still depend on count on. and I I say young journalists you you've gotTa keep that network tight and and help each other is is important. Since, you're probably the only person. That I. Know of that I'm in conversation with that. is any. Proximity. Towards the Fox building. I have to ask. Right, in general is it is their general modus operandi a believe what they're.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Mine mine in nineteen. There you know they'll different. because. They have so much information at their fingertips. Men are looking through encyclopedias and I. I feel it's double edged sword because my son who's very bright will say some I'm like, where did you get that and he thinks he he thinks he can. He knows more about you know an orthopedic injury than his father because he. You Know He. Knows a little better than I do because he grew something. So they had this cavalier attitude I think sometimes information but I do think that they realized that the world is pretty broad and you know can there are a lot of opportunities for them? He he even mentioned at one point you know not everybody needs to go to college, right? I. Will Tell You my reaction was need to go college because I. Think. That, if you can not everyone can cause it's too. It's overpriced and side accessible to everyone and I don't think everyone was meant to go to school to go to college. You don't necessarily need it but I think if you can. It's education can still be an equalizer. I do believe that it can still be equalizer at least it was for me and it can provide tremendous opportunity and a lot of it is socialization the people that you meet there s the big but. It really is. Verse, now even that's being redefined that. Everyone is doing we're all doing it from home now. So yes. Is College in twenty. Twenty. Twenty twenty one, I mean it's it's a different. It's a different thing. I'll tell you my son decided to take a gap year instead of starting college because he was like my husband was dancing up jumping up and down because he didn't WanNa pay them money anyway. For virtual and up for us now I thought what why should he go to college and sit in the dorm room? And you know. Not and be alone in the dorm room, and then all the classes were going to be virtual and he was going to eat in his dorm at there was really not the real college experience. So he decided to take a gap year because I think. Everybody's happy this. Episode I just like a whole thing for people that we're doing that. Yeah. Over Gab you think yes. Yeah when he I mentioned it to us, we will like you anomaly. Crimes. GonNa do yeah. Little is a little uncomfortable with it, but it made sense after a while like highschool extended think. I think Jersey's also the first generation that you know my parents would definitely the product of. Safety and security in getting. That at the. Back on that sort of thing I think that on will go with their first instincts their first passions. Yes roll with it because you and I basically the same thing like my dad had plans for me. To do something way different and. The Hide for long time that I was in a rap group and all this other stuff. No I eat out they bought it. They've been Jamesy maybe. They've been watching police snuff video since they was twelve. So. Shoot. They. Bought it? Yeah. So. Let me ask a question on the sense of that because since the reprogramming progress programme in the hallway, we supposed to think now even on the subject of race and sex. I ask sunny. How you feel about that 'cause it's interesting. I was I was watching I don't know if. I may destroy you or whatever it's A. Way To finish I was going to take on. Okay. Well, there's an episode is interesting the way they're redefining a sex sexual assault things of these nature and they were taught in the episode where the girl was having sex with someone willingly and he took the condom off right and. She was like you assaulted me right now rewind ten fifteen years ago. We would just be like Damn motherfuckers and asshole fuck you right. But now these kids are like, no, that's assault and it's just everything is different. This language from sex race everything is just do you find yourself since your TV every day planned is up game of. Absolutely, I. Don't know how. How do you think? You know I try to remain lightened. You know I'm trying I'm trying to plug in all the time and and get the information and make sure that that I'm growing along with with every movement. I will say you know I think it's really difficult to parent during these times because you know it's it's your it's your worst nightmare that boy girl. So yeah. You know. Some. You know your your your child's accused of assault or your child is assaulted or not understanding you know the new societal norms I spend a lot of time. Talking about consent talking about what assault is talking about respect talking about. They go to very progressive school though so. The school covers a lot of those issues which is which is good but I spent a lot of time trying to be informed and try to and making sure that they are informed because I think people are very. Awake to their rights, which is a good thing. and to to. Be Ever, changing you know. We got into an argument like this on the show. But like what is pc I'm like you know In my view people use to be able to say whatever they wanted to other people, and now people like now don't say that to me and I I think respect is at the core of so many things and I I've been making sure that the my kids really fundamentally understand other people's rights and respect that 'cause that's where I think we were which is missing where we're losing a lot in terms of our respect for each other and we know it comes from the top we know what we're seeing lately but that's a fundamental problem. If I correctly, you said that your kids are seventeen fourteen. Yeah. It might be the norm right now but if he can go back to late two, thousand and sixteen November of two, thousand.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"And trayvon a she kind of thought will she's just black like she couldn't be anything else and then so we kind of got over that and she said, but I apologize to you because I don't know I just I didn't see you as a multi dimensional person and candy set the same thing. He was like, well, I owe you an apology to because she told me one day. I kept my wondering why when we were booking shows like mlk shows and? Other other shows they ask me for my connects I'll like why don't the book has come to me? I mean I know a lot black people. Close can't find anybody. Why don't you come to me? Let me open up my Rolodex and she kind of mentioned to me one day she was like, well, you're not really black I. So Whoopi only black person on set. It was very surprising to me in her opinion was she saw me as more. Latina and so you have these two women one one's black one's Latina. I'm both and Bay are sort of erasing me from both communities and Bosa from both sides and then Don Lemon Don, and I've been trends a really long time. Probably maybe twenty years or so and he's just he was like welcome to Sonny's world because I mean that's. How he's dealt with his own issues, I think being a black man from the south and a gay man. So he's he's traversing various worlds and his fiancee is why so he certainly has to deal with A lot of different different issues will once again, how exhausting is it? Very very exhausting. Family gatherings now for you. because. Make It on the kitchen where he told that. Me Man. You know there's a point where If a light shines with you or there's a success in your life. Then you'll see a lot of people's tune start to change. And I guess maybe I've just started to come to grips with. How to even deal with that. I mean I was always like a family black sheep Once. You once you make it then it's like. A Mirror Jay Z's come to. Calls. I was going to say like with those do attend you know. Ends in those things or I didn't for a while. I didn't for a while and then my my. Father's mother passed and I saw everyone for the first time at. Universal in a long time. And I missed them. Very very, very much. When my mother's mother passed you know unfortunately, we get together what weddings and funerals a lot of families and when my mother's mother passed I realized how far apart I had sort of become from you know both sides of my family just in terms of trying to work hard and like you said, kind of being the black sheep, you know the other. I think it's brought us closer. Now I think they're passing has brought us closer because. Now more than ever. I think we need our families I. Think we need our support systems and when you are the one that makes it, I feel a certain sense of responsibility to help the others in my family that just haven't been able to do as well. I got cousins in prison I've got. Other cousins that just can't afford to put their kids through school and so I've stepped in the gap. In the in those places because I just I think when one of US makes it we can really make a change for our families. So I I I have done that I've taken it upon myself to make sure that that I do that. So how is thing is that because as a black person best amen side of it to be winning the one who made it like who support Tonto now? For. War. Relationship with the word. No. I'm not asking as the hostess podcasts. I'm I, need life lessons. CARE. You know I am I, am not great at it. I've become better. At No. I'm certainly good at no. When I think that it isn't good for the person asking. You know I'm not gonNA help you if it's going to help you destroy yourself, you need money for your next fix. You're not GonNa get it for me but I do have trouble saying no. When I know I really shouldn't pile one more thing on my plate I try to make the time and self care I think is really important and I don't I know realize that I don't spend enough time doing that because you know if mommy unravels wi-fi unravels everything. UNRAVELS. Householder. Falls apart and What is your self care? Thanks because you do your invites all day. In a whole mom then. and. Then you fight chickens. I got fifteen and mark. I. Place that once had seven. Yeah and then right raccoons I didn't know how like bio foxes. Like they've done. They go they come they come right underneath they even have chicken moles that just they just like eat chicken and. You know attacked chickens will we have? We lost a few at first? And my husband he's really handy and and fix anything he put like the steel. Gauge. Mesh underneath the coup underneath the chicken run as we were good for a while and then we decided they, they should free range because we we live the city. We let in a free range and then we had a hawk atop we. Have incidents. Were chickens. Everywhere, I couldn't believe it. I was. That's everywhere. Ridiculousness. Man. Chickens. Guy Chickens coming from above from. They seahawks is supposed to be hunt supposedly hunts in. Solitary hunters, but there.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Being driven there and I'm taking the subway and I got the how it on and you become a target immediately you're just a target so I know st ways but they knew that I was somehow different and this group of girls would always get on six strain always gonNA strain and it was about six of them and they would just taught me. Oh. You've issue that looking to get those shoes look at uniform when you go to school over. Him Oh that was constant. You know and I have very long hair. My hair was like wasteland. And they would say you know look at hair. That's why you think you Q. and it was constant. It was about. Three or four months, and I realized we must all going to school in the same area because we will on the same train at the same time trying to get to school and I were tried different cars. They would just find me the minute they found me and I think it was just like they're they're you know Ben Morning. Fun. Quite frankly, and then one day they will why it And I'll say, oh, maybe it's over. I lit they literally, we get off of at at stop. Is Sixty. Street Manhattan And they jumped me. They take one of my. Grade. And just cut it all just one. Wow I got one long grey and just nothing. I mean and I was so traumatize and at I had never really looked minute face best New York Real. You don't look at the people in the face because now you're challenging someone so I would hear them and say, but I would just just cursory glance. So I ran to the school the school called the police and kicked us saying do one identify them as one? I don't really I didn't look them in the face and to can you imagine if identify them? Out here, you know then I gotta get on a train again. This is not a garage It's I spent the next you know I. would say six months avoiding taking the train walking to school you know walking miles to school taking buys pretending to be ill I not. Cousins were like you know trying to take me to school it was it was it was interesting. You know you straddling two worlds right I mean that's that's I. Think. So many of us, we call it code switching now but I think many of us are are sort of used to doing that and I'm used to doing that on the view to mean there are times I gotta tell you I feel like my head's going to expose exploded i. Fully uconn yeah I feel. Back into a certain code, but I just know that it's not it won't serve anybody well to to do that. But the theme is, is that you constantly do this and even when you were describing the intricacies of being from Puerto Rican side of the family and a family who is from the south and the difference between being the light skinned cousin and the greeter like, yeah. The way you broke down at understood early your your position even though it upset you but you will like I. Get it. I get it. It's interesting when you I think when you live between worlds like that, you know like my father's family, he was the first one that did marry a black woman. And on my mother's spat in my mother's family, she was the first one that didn't marry somebody that was either Latino or white quite frankly. So they were you know so I was a unicorn. And on my father's side, they'd never except my mother they. They didn't really like it and because he was like you know cream of the crop and why he had to marry her and I think that happens with some southern man's and it's understandable giving our history and on the side of the family they accepted him but it was more like. For me I was always negative back. NIGGA NEGRI FAT, even in Puerto Rico AGGRIPA and Spanish people will tell you that that's a term of endearment but I don't think telling us. NIGGA. Rita is just nigger with says own on. Saturday. Definitely, sounds like me and it always felt like that and then when I guess a term redeeming I'm like but his race base color bays. And I would say all the time they'll call me that you know but they but they would never stop when you set. No not when I was a kid they don't dare now on but you know when I was a kid now it's like that's the tournament. Dear. Mitch just take it. Just take any. You still hear it in the Latino community. You know negative ben men on my father's side. It was always like you know they hate it my mom or didn't like my mom hates is strong work but it was like you know most little girl the pretty little girl pretty light skinned girl the girl with the good hair as like so you don't like the marriage, but you are exalting the product of the marriage. That doesn't make any sense. So it was it was sort of I was I grappled with that my whole life I didn't I I didn't quite understand it and even today I write in the book about I was with Ana Navarro. I was Ana Navarro Oslo, Don Lemon Chandy Carter. And I think. We were eating lunch together candy to be She's now the executive juicer Tamin show she was my executive producer at the view and candies african-american. y'All know Ana Navarro. And y'all know Da da now he'd been lately he'd been he didn't turn the dial lemon pepper as of late. I. Always do on I. Think he had a transformation in Ferguson where we were there. We were both there but he? You know we were talking Anna was like my real name is asking Sean and and was kind of like you know the TORTU Spanish. House Way. And and she only seems to figure it out when jails mom and I were talking speaking in Spanish ps Anish. No that your viewers we have. We observed that as well. I'm glad she. I'll say, what how, how, how would you not know that you were with me at CNN I've done hits for CNN by noon on you I don't I don't understand that and I think for her it was more like because I was always so vocal about the black community..

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"And I will say for us. Education was really important for them. It was it was the game changer. They felt that that was a game changer. So we didn't allow TV in our house, but there were a lot of books and it was sort of you know my mom's from Puerto Rico. So I think part of it was A. Spanish is my first language, but it was Spanish and English. Same household books and work hard even though we don't have a lot. You know she would make my clothes that kind of thing. But we had love and we worked hard and things will get better that was sort of the. vibe. Growing up and I didn't even realize we were that poor but they still married this. They're still alive on the last married but they date which is really awkward word. Wait a minute on. That part of the book I just at the part where they divorced and that was shocking. As so awkward these a house. Now she lives here. How long have they been seeing each other? UTAH. I would not that. How. I've so many questions how do you do that? So Ridiculous Thing back. Just tell you though it's funny. Story. That's the. Way. My parents are the same way they they don't go together but their best friends even though they've been divorced for thirty years. Funnier reading your story because you're only child too. So it just really differently you. Can't you digitally devastated when they got divorced I was. Upset like my whole world blew up. They blew up my world and now they have the nerve to be at my house. In the kitchen pisses me off. I'll be honest with you believe. Was a great. Little flirting. Break. So during the time period that you grew up in the South Bronx. Over your teen years in two of course. I mean, our podcast is music heavy W REMISS IF I didn't ask about. In the birthplace for where hip hop was born yeah. In one, thousand, nine, hundred. A. Memoir. Like verse. I'll man party jams and those things and I really did I really. Did I mean break dancing was Kinda big back then As. Well, crazy legs was out there I. I remember going to the tunnel on seeing slick rick. perform dougie fresh I. was I just I loved Music Love Loved Music Last out because I was warning. Wasn't necessarily allowed to go. Out Snuck out. Sometimes you know as a little bit of a rule breaker I wasn't really allowed to go out on because also I was I was young I was twelve in high on sixteen college easy to. We are. So your parents. My parents are more like my mom was Kinda like strict but at the same time like Dang, your friends are going out. So maybe you can spend the night out and that's when you spend the night. That you go to the club right. My my my parents. Know they were too young and I look young too I look. Young. So it was kind of You know a sneaking out type of thing trying to make myself look older bounces in like you know they bounce back day picking people to get in. They knew what I looked like. Sixteen. Is the breast been here since twelve so It was. You know I I, Love Music I love hanging out with my friends breaking night. You know that kind back kind of thing. But I will tell you when my parents after my uncle my uncle stabbed during an altercation and I I I. I thought I was with them when it happen and my mother said. Or just or just like was almost killed he later died. As a conflict I did yeah and it was it was horrible. My family decided you know we can't. Live with this kind of violence around us all the time. So they kept on trying to get an apartment in Manhattan but because they're an interracial couple, they couldn't get an apartment. They would go together and and you think about it I mean red line is such a problem. Racial bias and housing is such a problem but this is the seventies and they could not get a place to live together. But interracial marriages had just been sanctioned by the Supreme Court and Sixty seven, they got married at sixty eight. So you know seventies there weren't that many people that that were marry from different races then so my mother went on her own. And filled out an application in Manhattan, and she changed her name from Rosa to rose and she changed she used to go by her maiden name, which is Beza her father's a Spanish June and she changed it to come. She used my father's name coming. So she became rose comings, and if you look at her she, she doesn't look of color. and. She got an apartment in Manhattan and we moved down Bronx and my dad and I showed up you could imagine the spread. So I got the opportunity when I was. Going to high school I lived in Manhattan in a better neighborhood and was able to hang out at the clubs Manhattan too. So that was that was upshot but see I split my time because my most my family was still bronx. Mentioned in the book and the Memoir You when you tell that story about your uncle 'cause sorry, it was still good. I made a couple notes and. You said the market, the beginning of having to straddle multiple worlds, which to me started to make sense as a viewer of the view and the way you handled means and you talked about how will become natural and necessary to Juggle Motherhood career eleven, new old friends, and how when you move to Manhattan old friends in the Bronx was like Oh. You knew right they still trip on me is so armee like, Oh, you fancy now still to this day, 'cause I have the same friends I've uneven friends getting jumped on the subway I was like, Sunny I. Did I got jumped on subway. Can You Guys the story please. On Areas I did you did it's horrible so You experience. Yes. Go ahead. It's horrible. I I used to have to take the subway to subways to trains from where I lived to this private school. My father insisted on sending me chew on Park Avenue. And it's lake. I had never experienced anything like that. You know certainly not my world and but he wanted a better life for me. So they enrolled me in this this private school with these fancy uniforms but everybody else getting dropped off.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I'm called roots the roots A. So I'm not racist or I'm not. You know those things where it's like. Well, you're friends with their co workers. So thus what you're on the right side of history Allenton wheels though I feel like. He might be the only point of view of a person of color or a woman that most of middle America or I will. Just, say like only housewives watch the Byu like anyone who's home. During those morning afternoon hours watches it, but we all home and. Yeah, I was GONNA say that off until people channel into you too for opinions that they might otherwise not know about because they don't have friends that are close to. So I feel like there's added pressure on you. But when the when the cameras are off in the show's done how awkward is that walked back to the dressing room for the five of you. especially if it's unsettled. Yeah it depends on the day you know in all honesty because we know we have your. I mean, we know. We know we're going to. Work Together, the next day and we may have had a really uncomfortable conversation and a lot of people don't know is you know we're totally unscripted. We don't know when anyone is going to say we know the topics we don't even know the questions that are coming at us. So after it blows up and we're giving our honest feedback especially during these times covert and pandemic and this presidency and. This administration and I think what's become a rush a racial reckoning. Tempers are flaring and sometimes it's hard to you know look at your colleague and not be emotional and upset and wondering where where did that come from most times though I'll be honest. We reach back out to each other. It may take a day at may take two days but sometimes it's immediate. We will text each other. We will call each other and say what was that? We have that relationship with each other. Now, we've done that guys. We've done. We've we've done. You have to because at the end of the day is kind of like another family too so you Always like each other, you do love each other and you. Want to make sure that you know they're right and we're dysfunctional like every other family you know. What it is and imagine a family that you didn't choose. And a family that is we're all very different. Different. Ages different backgrounds we. As different as you could be all from together I, want you maneuver but the age thing and that's at see you then to see you be because that's an interesting field 'cause y'all have berry different backgrounds and very different us at times. A lot of times you get this the same but sometimes your experiences her experience coming and I watch you. Gracefully go in your mind to me I. Go you go. That's my elder. Let me listen to her and then salute. Yeah, absolutely you know I think at least that's how I was raised You know you're speaking to someone of a different generation you do that with respect even if you disagree you. Disagree respectfully. Not everyone was raised that way, but that's how I was raised. comport myself. I. How hard is especially when you have to give so many. teachable moments in. Sound Bites. With envy is like. Eight. To nine minutes increments. and. The five of you have the platform like I'll say right now the five of us have. A rhythm more energy that we didn't have. Maybe the first twenty episodes were we. Talking to. Other assorted. Yeah I don't say Shit. Anymore. That's my rhythm. No why? oftentimes. You've been there for thirty two years now correct four afford. Okay. Believe it or not right. So. Has Been Two years low so Still. Even in being there were four years and new blood comes then. You know often. I. You know I think that often when producers or executive producers are looking for someone to fit in their thinking about ratings they're thinking about. WHO's controversial rebel rouser? So you kind of. have to wonder like who's there just to be the sound bite at the moment on social media or who's there to really make a teachable moment to teach America and teach each other about. How you feel as a human. How hard is it to talk in sound bites that are sustained than to the point. And also trying to make a teachable moment like do you ever feel as though? You know I mean obviously. I'm trying not to make this about Megan but I'm saying. Do you ever. That, there will be a teachable moment for her where he's been some I'm sorry. Go ahead. And there have been some but almost like sometimes it's nine steps for it and then. Who As as far as how concerned are you about making a teachable moment in which the person really understands. And that way were just like, Oh, you're an exception to the rule you're the one but yeah. I, your grand and not getting. When I? When I am. Thinking in the moment I'm a quick thinker I think pretty quickly on my feet at biggest my training as a lawyer. But I know what my job is and I. Know My job is to teach my you know when you have that kind of platform. You have to teach at. I'm not only trying to teach or inform my colleagues. I'm trying to inform someone in you know somewhat someplace in the country that hasn't heard that kind of point of view like you mentioned earlier that I'm sometimes the only person of color that they've they've seen that they that they can engage with people do engage on social media. Absolutely. Sure. And so I I I try to do that. I will tell you that it's pretty difficult. especially. When it's a topic that I know is of great import. Right and I know what I say is GonNa be all over the media. I know people are going to interpret it and misinterpreted. I think it's pretty difficult. Our show does a really good job of of at at a break saying Sonny. Did you say what you need to say Megan did you say what you need to say? What did she say what you need to say you're if you're watching oftentimes. Will be we'll continue the conversation and that's because during the break we've said. We didn't get that out. We didn't get that straight I need to correct myself. But. It's explaining why she always laugh I'm like Megan if you don't get in there and the second I think she feels I think she feels most comfortable.

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on The View

The View

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on The View

"Families, and communities and also what it does to law enforcement officers and medical examiners, a full circle full circle. Look and, and prosecutors because I can tell you, I have cases that I will never forget their medical examiners that work, you know, fifty hours on a case because they can never forget, you know, a particular case, and so we are visiting crime scenes. We are meeting. With families was a resolution or you just getting a, a, a look at how to fix everybody or the impact both a guy have had countless numbers of people saying, I've never told the story to anyone and my healing just began Bank. You got to be full circle for a lot of ways that you're really exercising muscles. You haven't had to use in so many ways. I mean, I've cried it's been pretty heavy, but I've left every scene feeling like I'm doing something good. Now it's fantastic. So I, I hope people will join on the journey. And again, it's called truth about murder about murder with sunny hostage on investigation discovery. All right. So we'll do the show to see but congrats on that last October was your fiftieth, birthday sunny, does not look a day over twenty five area kind real. And we apprised her so Sunny's a huge fan of the show power. We went to the premiere last year. Right. There's so much fun. And then like fifty cent had a choir. Remember onstage? Awesome Baggio city musical, the best pretty awesome. But we surprised her with a cameo on the show power, and that's going to air sometime either August or September but like we never talked about that. So I gotta know what you can say. But, like what was that experience like being on the set with power, and it was amazing? I played a character who actually moderated a gubernatorial debate. And I've actually always wanted to moderate, a debate, a political debate. So it was kind of like a dream come true. And I had an amazing amazing time. I actually did a table read with, like real actors, so cool. And it was an amazing experience. Courtney is a visionary. The the. Writer director, and the, the, the show runner. And I just they were so generous with me. They said you were really good by the way. So I'm friends with more mandatory non and they were texting me and they were like sonny's killing. Well, Well, you don't you know. don't know type personality, I memorized, everybody's lines including my own, you tell us your character name is that allowed coming here who you're playing they said that I couldn't say. Yeah. They said I couldn't say anything about it, but it was cool. And who are you acting opposite? Oh, Lorenzo state. Actually, some other folks, that I don't think people, I can't say, but Brian will be and his wife. Heather will be interested to know that I'm acting opposite a Tony winner. Ooh, well, no, no. But a legendary actress very exciting. Wait. Can I just make a connection? So sunny had a cameo in the hit movie girls trip. Yes. Last summer, and rents Tate was one of the main characters in that movie was he was, and also Amari, Hardwick was also in one of my scenes Joe, and they were all very, very generous. Amari, actually, gave me some acting tips. Okay. I was really pretty cool more acting in your future. Well, I've recently been asked to do something else. So we'll see. That's so happy for you. That's awesome. Like you're not busy enough broke. You got kids. You got chickens. You got bees. Channel seventeen chickens and chickens. I also have another behind now. So to Himes. Wow. All happening Sonny time we has you on. We're gonna talk about your chickens and your eggs, by the way there. It's a Croatian. Thanks for the crew every day. That's a big thing that was a big thing, and actually cook. So there's a kitchen off of the set. Yeah. Because when we have cooking segments they prep all the food there, so a lot of the crew members in the morning, they actually make Britain, you're really early. I don't think peer know how hard our five AM so they eat here fashion fresh eggs, they love it couple times a week, really cool. So we're thrilled. So thank you so much. Sunny. Thank you for having me. This was fun. I mean I know the invitations late and everything. But I enjoyed you're only the second actual current host, though, third to be on the third. Yeah. It's all good. All right..

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on The View

The View

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on The View

"All right. Let's get some fun. I wanna talk show. My favorite thing to sleep now. Sunny, first of all, I'm constantly during the show. Sometimes, I'm in the control and Brian's on the floor. So I have a monitor right in front of me. So a lot of times if I like their makeup, their hair, their outfit. I'll take a picture, yet of the monitor them during the show. Yes, she does like that. Look like that lipstick. She also say don't like it. Yes. Your hair fix this fix this annoys me. Luckily to here when you're on television. Yes. But I'm here to protect you all we need to fix it during the breaks, but and it's funny because sometimes viewers will tweet like if you guys have on a pair of earrings that are super noisier necklace, that's like Crea. That'd be like that necklace was gone during the break. They like notice do notice everything which is why now I started doing outfit of the day on my Instagram account because I started getting hundreds, believe it or not requests where Where'd you get those shoes? Or Where'd you get, you know that necklace which is I, I had no idea people. Paying attention to the fashion as oh, yeah. So now, now I do that every single day. But here's the thing. One of the things I said the Fran as I said, I want these ladies to be aspirational. I want them to have, you know, looks that people like, oh my God. How can I get that look? So. Yeah. I think you're fashion over the last few years has really elevated and she's been pulling more designers for you. So a little bit about like where you are now. Who do you love wearing? Yes, people need to know. I don't know what your grace. Oh, yeah. These are I don't know them. They're very expensive. You know, I do fashion. I always have, and I like to push it for a little bit. But I try to stay close to my roots because I actually like bohemian stuff. You know, kit, the like prints, and florals and, yeah, Princeton and florals stuff that's comfortable. But I I like it very, very elevated. And I'm a kid from the Bronx. So these aren't things that I grew up wearing, so I like to kind of keep it comfy and simple. But very elegant makes more foul all the time favorite outfit. I wore a pink bright pink suit and I'm forgetting the name of it. But will go, it's a tracksuit. Oh. Tracksuit look on her Instagram and you can find sonny's fashion. What's your Instagram handle so people can go Sonny believe the beget for your remember? All right. So you were probably you're as busy as any host. We have on this show. Not only do you have one show here. You have another show. You have your own show investigation discovery. Congratulations. It was her idea. Thank you about murder. Yes. Very exciting, which means that you're also basically working every single weekend now. Yeah, I work seven days a week, which I enjoy, because I hear less from your off hours. I don't get the tweet Brian all weekend mount o'clock. They wear him out. I do I tell us about the new show. Well, you know, I've always I approached about, I've been approached many times about doing a crime show because crime is so big right now. But I feel like some of these shows exploit victims of crime and they always wanna get into the minds of murderers and why do people do? The things that they do. I'm not so interested in that because having prosecuted these cases, I know that sometimes you just can't make sense of evil and crazy. But what I'm most interested in is what it does to the families of, of victims and what it does to survivors of terrible crime. And so what I said, in response finally, to investigation discovery is I want to explore what these crimes due to victims their families, and communities and also what it does to law enforcement officers and medical examiners, a full circle full circle..

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"sunny hostin" Discussed on The View

The View

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"sunny hostin" Discussed on The View

"I have a good one here maybe next week coming off of our incredible article in the New York Times magazine which people are still stopping me and talking about congratulations, Brian, and the show, but we have had all these candidates on. Yeah. We've had fourteen presidential candidates and we're having another one this week. And so what I wanted to get from you is kind of look back in who stood out for you. Who are the people about it being on the floor, and the energy of that room, who for you felt like this is someone to reckon with surprise you. No question. I think the person that surprised me the most was mayor, Pete Buddha. Judge nicer is the most the person that. The next surprise me. The most was Senator Warren, the difference between her second appearance with us and her first. What was the momentum? Ooh. There was a difference. The second time in it showed in the polls, it showed with her numbers when she came back, the second time she had a sort of that momentum and people were saying, you know, she has a plan. She has a plan. She has a plan. And while you could see it in the audience, people were taking pictures with our, they had t shirts. There was this real feeling. And I think it was also Kamla when she first came, you had that feeling I remember meeting, then Senator Obama in Harlem at a very small get together. And we knew that this was someone to be reckoned with I knew I was meeting someone special, I had that feeling with Kamla I will say, I've seen her since then. And I don't feel the same way. I'm not sure what that means. But and the other thing is the first. Time and I feel the exact same way about Joe the opposite way about Joe Biden, the first time he came electric. Shrin. And it was whoa. Yeah. The second time he came. I didn't feel that way, while so a lot of what I think responding to are the circumstances of what's going on in the world and, and the circumstances of the interviews. I mean when Joe Biden came on the second time he was he was under scrutiny in a lot of different ways. And come questions to ask him the first time he was on, he was all charisma and it was this magnetic star appeal that I feel at comma had her appearance here to she's coming on again in July. And I'm curious to see what that I would like to see what it feels like. But I don't know the second time Joe Biden came on. I mean it could have been as electric. I don't know it depends on how people react to it. I think he was holding stuff back a little bit because I think he was announced he was a little worried. I think it was at stake, the conversation about touching. Remember when he came out, and he said, I even I was thinking about it should I hug you guys, but there are different, but people react different ways to adversity. And some people really rise to that occasion. And you see a superstar and then there's some people that. That don't and for me, I know when I was at the Justice department, they used to call me Spidey at the Spidey sense about things, and I'll have we're going, and I don't know there was something amiss for me. I didn't feel that electricity. I, I'm going to sort of stay open to everything, right, do, but there was something for me. That was that was interesting. What about betta? We asked him some tough questions. What did you think about his response, because he was criticized when we asked him about being on the cover Vanity Fair and the way he spoke to his wife. I mean, those are pretty tough questions, he didn't register for me, registered for me and quite frankly, neither did a closure shar about Bernie Sanders. He seemed very defensive to me interview about reparations and that was not the answer. You expected..

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Sunny Hostin Blasts Melania Trump: 'We Finally Said A Woman's Word Is Enough' On Sexual Assault

The View

03:09 min | 3 years ago

Sunny Hostin Blasts Melania Trump: 'We Finally Said A Woman's Word Is Enough' On Sexual Assault

"The media goes too far and the way they portray some stories, it's it's not correct. It's not right. So the message is the message that is the media's fault I want. What is the message? I don't know what that piece of it is this media piece, but I will say this, you know, back in the day, I would say maybe forty fifty years ago. It was very difficult for women to bring sexual assault cases because the law was different, and it was this British jurists. Matthew HALE who said rape was our sex assaults was the only crime where you need it more than a woman's word in the law for any crime. A person's testimony is enough after forty years. We finally changed the law. We've finally set a woman's word is enough. I've taken many cases to trial with. And now you have the first lady of the United States telling women everywhere your word is not enough. I think it does so much damage and quite frankly, that isn't the law. So you don't need cooperation. There's no winning in the situation. There's nothing Mamani wrong, we'll can. I can. I say something really quick, so I was watching. I watched Sunday shows every Sunday and a Toronto Burke, who is the activists who started the hashtag metoo movement, everybody Chuck Todd, and she said, and I was watching with my husband. And I remember thinking that what she said was so interesting because she said, quote, when we say believe survivors, it's not believe them without investigation. This is her words believe them with investigation. Can we start with the premise that people do not often lie about the pain and trauma of sexual violence? We start with that premise that we believe that it's true then you can have an investigation. So she's also not saying believe survivors. This is her quote. It's not believe them without investigation. Leave them without interrogation. There's a lot of gray in this issue with a lot of this. And I do think that I believe in the constitution, it I believe in due process, and I do believe in the presumption of innocence over guilt and what's being brought into play here is the presumption that I need to believe guilty over innocence which something is protected by the constitution. Also. This this woman, she, she has an orange horse in the race and her orange horse has been. Accused credibly by at least seventeen women. This is also the same woman that in the midst of what happened to Puerto Rico ward jacket that said, I really don't care, do you. So when she threw down that gauntlet, I've decided not to care about anything. She says from now on what she wears. Topic that needs to be discussed and with everything you just said, but she is not the woman to say anything to me or any other about me. Black lives matter missing to her about anything. She has to say answers that question, I think in the interview about why she wore that Jag don't care. Do you.

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