- In light of the landmark affirmative action cases before the Supreme Court of the United States, the hosts of talk show “The View” argued over whether the race-conscious student admissions policies of Harvard University and the University of North Carolina are unlawful.
- The hosts discussed on Wednesday the cases in which the plaintiffs allege that Asian American students face discrimination resulting from affirmative action initiatives.
- While co-host Sunny Hostin argued that the case against Harvard is “intellectually dishonest,” co-host Sara Haines said that affirmative action is “downright racist” against Asian Americans.
- Co-host Whoopi Goldberg suggested that they “adjust” the standardized test and not stop affirmative action, noting that the bigger picture of the designed procedure is “to help people who would not normally be able to get in.”
“The View” co-host Sara Haines argued that affirmative action is “downright racist” against Asian Americans during a discussion of the Supreme Court affirmative action cases on the talk show on Wednesday.
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) heard arguments on Monday related to cases regarding the race-conscious student admissions policies at Harvard University and the University of North Carolina.
- British actor Jameela Jamil recently commented on the bill introduced by politician Lindsey Graham (R, SC) on Tuesday that seeks to ban abortions following 15 weeks of pregnancy nationwide.
- Speaking on “The View,” Jamil, 36, said she was “horrified by it,” adding, “I'm deeply saddened. It's such a personal thing."
- She also opened up about a previous abortion during her appearance on the show, explaining that she needed to have one after the condom she was using broke.
- “I took the morning after pill within six hours, which is way before the end of when you're supposed to take it,” Jamil explained. “And because I was over 175 pounds, it didn't work on me. And the pharmacist didn't tell me that. That's not general knowledge: if you're over a certain weight, it's less effective."
“She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” star Jameela Jamil recently opened up about a previous abortion and commented on politician Lindsey Graham (R, SC) introducing a bill that seeks to ban abortions following 15 weeks of pregnancy nationwide.
Speaking on “The View” on Wednesday, Jamil, 36, commented on the Republican Party’s latest efforts to establish a nationwide abortion ban, mainly Graham’s bill introduced on Tuesday that bans abortion in the U.S. except for cases of incest and rape, among others.