On Tuesday morning, Hillary Clinton appeared on ABC’s daytime talk show The View. She was interviewed by the hows hosts: Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Candace Bure, and Paula Faris. During the interview, Clinton was asked about a number of non-political topics including her favorite television shows. Of course she was asked about her campaign as well, and Bure asked Clinton thought a woman could be a feminist, but pro-life. Clinton said, “Absolutely. Look, I’ve been, and I’m sure that Whoopi and Joy have been, we’ve been in these conversations now for, what, 40-plus years, right? And I respect the opinions and beliefs of every woman. The reason why being pro-choice is the right way to go is because it is a choice and hopefully a choice that is rooted in the thoughtfulness and the care that women bring to this decision. So, of course you can be a feminist and be pro-life.” A full video of the interview is below.
Today, Politico posted the newest episode of its podcast “Off Message” which features an interview with Clinton. During the interview, host Glen Thrush and Clinton discussed a number of topics including her campaign, her platform points, and her thoughts on the state of the Republican party. At one point, Thrush asked Clinton about her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders and whether she thought he was a Democrat. She responded, “He’s a relatively new Democrat, and, in fact, I’m not even sure he is one. He’s running as one. So I don’t know quite how to characterize him.” The interview continued for well over forty minutes and is worth the time. You can listen to the full podcast below.