SARA Haines is widely recognized as being one of the co-hosts of the daytime talk show The View.
Haines has also worked as a correspondent on Today, ABC News and Good Morning America.
Sara Haines and her husband Max Shifrin[/caption]
Who is The View’s Sara Haines husband Max Shifrin?
Since 2014, Haines has been married to Max Shifrin, with whom she shares three children with – Alec Richard, Sandra Grace and Caleb Joseph.
Shifrin is an attorney who represents individuals, small businesses and large institutions in state and federal courts across the country.
“Max has represented clients across many industries, including energy conglomerates, real estate developers, government agencies and public authorities, hotels, financial institutions, general contractors, software developers, insurers and bankruptcy trustees,” his profile on BakerHostetler states.
“Max is currently a senior member of the BakerHostetler team serving as court-appointed counsel to the Securities Investor Protection Act (SIPA) Trustee for the liquidation of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC (BLMIS).
Max Shifrin is an attorney[/caption]
“An unprecedented effort involving more than 1,000 lawsuits filed by the SIPA Trustee to recover assets for the benefit of defrauded BLMIS customers.”
What has Sara Haines said about her husband?
During an episode of The View, Haines spoke about her husband and how she thinks they make a good couple.
“For me, it was never an option to settle, because my biggest mission in life is to evolve as far as I can to be the best I can be,” she said.
“I wanted someone that also recognizes they are a work in progress, and will keep making each other better, and will always keep aiming for that. That was more important to me than anything.
Sara Haines described her husband as the perfect match[/caption]
“I found that in Max, and not because he all the sudden came along on a horse, but we had a common vision. I wanted my equal and someone that could match me in a shared vision, and that’s what I found,” Haines added.
What did Sara Haines say about Donald Trump and the Covid ‘lab-leak’?
During the May 26 edition of The View, Haines claimed the media shut down the hypothesis the coronavirus originated in a Chinese lab because former President Donald Trump‘s administration was “the messenger.”
The discussion began with co-host Whoopi Goldberg playing a clip of Dr Anthony Fauci expressing the need to continue the investigation into the origins of the coronavirus.
Goldberg asked Haines if one of the reasons there were so many theories about the virus’s origins was because nobody waited to let the science explain.
“I do. I think that’s partially it. I think, also, there were people that had raised concerns early on, a couple years before, saying that the safety precautions in this particular lab weren’t always followed,” Haines said.
During a May 26 edition of The View, Haines blamed the Trump administration as the reason the media shut down the hypothesis the coronavirus originated in a Chinese lab[/caption]
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“When that theory came out that it could have come from a lab, it came out under the former administration, and I think the messenger matters.
“I think during that time when that theory started to be told, it was buried in an administration and a former president who often troped in racist terms and dog whistles,” Haines added, seemingly referring to the use of names like “China virus,” and “Kung flu” to describe the virus.
“And so it buried the message that could have been actually reasonable, but no one was going to hear it because it came from under Trump’s administration, and the media at that time was used to what he doled out, and they were going to push back on that.”