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‘View’ hosts welcome Joe Biden with open arms, Meghan McCain brings him to tears

‘View’ hosts welcome Joe Biden with open arms, Meghan McCain brings him to tears

The ladies of “The View” couldn’t wait to begin the first televised interview with newly-declared presidential candidate Joe Biden so they went ahead and brought him out before the very first commercial break during Friday’s show and kept him at the table for the full hour.With a big smile on her face, Joy Behar introduced Biden and grasped both his hands as he walked out. Ana Navarro gave him an air kiss and longtime family friend Meghan McCain greeted him with a hug.CLOSE
Joe Biden went on “The View” to talk about his touching allegations and his past with Anita Hill. This was his first interview since announcing his third run for president.
USA TODAYEarlier, she said she was “thrilled” that the former vice president had chosen to do the much-coveted interview on their “all-female talk show.”McCain reminded Biden of his last visit in December 2017, when he comforted her amid her father John’s battle with brain cancer.  Since then, she said, she’s referred to the veteran politician as the “Grief Whisper” and called him “more times that people could imagine.”Former Vice President @JoeBiden on why he took so long to announce his 2020 run: “I don’t think it’s too long … I think this is plenty of time.” https://t.co/1091s9Fn2dpic.twitter.com/PKGtOW92eK— The View (@TheView) April 26, 2019’The View’:Joe Biden, Meghan McCain share heartwarming momentJoe Biden on Anita Hill: ‘I don’t think I treated her badly’Now, eight months removed from the Arizona senator’s death, she wanted to know: “Does death ever get easier?”Biden, who lost his elder son Beau to the same form of brain cancer in 2015, told her it does, eventually.”There will come a time when you walk by that closet or smell that fragrance or sit out on the porch at that ranch,” he said, referencing shared memories of her father, who was also his friend. “You’re gonna get a smile before you get a tear, and that’s when you’ll know you’re gonna make it.”Joe Biden at John McCain memorial: ‘John’s code was ageless’Biden, who also lost his first wife and daughter in a car crash before his first Senate term, reminded McCain, “There are lots of people who go through worse than what we have and they get up and do it every day without the help we’ve had.”She also wondered how much Beau, who expressed a hope that Biden would run in 2016, factored into his decision to enter the fray in 2020.”He’s not why I’m running. But I hope he’s proud,” he concluded, wiping away a tear.  “I hope he’s proud of me.”@JoeBiden discusses his late son Beau: “He didn’t want me to withdraw from the things that have motivated my whole life about trying to … make things better.” https://t.co/rxCXj3uvWGpic.twitter.com/HVA04j3AiW— The View (@TheView) April 26, 2019 As for “Sleepy Joe,” the nickname bestowed on him by 72-year-old President Trump, Biden, 76, said, “If he looks young and vibrant compared to me, I should probably go home!” He added that he’s never been referred to as sleepy before – “Hyper Joe, maybe!”CLOSE
President Trump compared his age to Joe Biden’s. The former vice president responded shortly afterwards during his appearance on “The View.”
USA TODAYMeghan McCain weighs in on Trump’s jabs at John McCain:’He would think it was hilarious’AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideRead or Share this story: https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/2019/04/26/joe-biden-the-view-meghan-mccain-presidential-candidate-tears/3586778002/
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