Another new clash between The View & # 39; s Meghan McCain and Joy Behar ended with the daughter of the deceased senator who co-hosted a & # 39; b **** & # 39; called.
McCain versus Behar fights have become a fixture at the table and it looks unlikely that this will change soon.
The pair stepped into the opening segment of Wednesday's show while discussing President Donald Trump's kickoff rally in 2020, the night before.
The tension grew even faster than normal because McCain commented on the rally and Behar interrupted her in a matter of seconds.
McCain was visibly frustrated as she tried to defend her statement about the big crowd of the rally before she even came to the end of her thinking.
She continued to talk about the president's speech before Behar was interrupted with a question, to which McCain curtly replied: & # 39; Watch the meeting, yes, please. & # 39;
The conversation reached a boiling point when McCain scolded her colleagues for contemptuous Trump supporters.
Another new clash between Joy Behar and Meghan McCain of The View ended with the daughter of the deceased senator who co-hosted a & # 39; b **** & # 39; during the opening of the show on Wednesday
McCain grew visibly irritated when she was repeatedly interrupted by her co-star while trying to give her opinion about President Donald Trump's kickoff rally in 2020, Tuesday night
& # 39; Don't belittle the crowd. Don't belittle the enthusiasm. Democrats still have a lot to offer, & McCain said.
& # 39; Many people are enthusiastic. One of my producers (was) said: "Why do people love him so much?" It's not just that they love Trump so much. They hate the same things that Trump hates. That's what's the matter. & # 39;
Behar interrupted: & # 39; Who? You mean black people? Immigrants? Who do they hate? & # 39;
McCain stammered shortly before he said, "You know what, Joy, I come here every day thinking openly and explaining it, and it's not a nice job for me."
& # 39; I know you are angry. I know you're angry that Trump is president. & # 39;
& # 39; Yes, I am angry. "I agree with everything he does," Behar said, while McCain continued her tirade and raised her voice as she said: & # 39; I don't think yelling at me will solve the problem. & # 39;
The applause for McCain briefly eased the tension in the studio, but the relief lasted only a few seconds because both women kept talking about each other and both messages were canceled.
As always, Whoopi Goldberg intervened to calm her colleagues, but they ignored her
Behar seemed happy with how she could get McCain so early in the show
Resident referee Whoopi Goldberg stepped in quickly and put her hands down on the table as if she were hitting a few preschool children.
& # 39; Okay guys! Okay, okay, okay, & she said while the audience clapped again.
& # 39; It's a great discussion and we can go into it again. I just need everyone to make a move. & # 39;
It is not surprising that the women ignored Goldberg's instructions.
McCain complained: & # 39; I am the sacrificing republican every day, & # 39; – provoking a very sarcastic & # 39; awww & # 39; from Behar.
& # 39; Don't feel bad for me, b ****, & # 39; McCain snarled, pointing her index finger at Behar as she stared at the audibly irritated crowd.
& # 39; I have been paid to do this. All right? Don't feel bad for me. & # 39;
Sunny Hostin, who could hardly say a word, intervened and asked the women not to & # 39; b **** es & # 39; to name.
McCain tried to excuse the label by saying that she and Behar use it all the time – before the show cut into a long-awaited commercial break.
After a much needed commercial break, McCain came back to explain that she & # 39; b **** & # 39; used endearingly and insisting that there was no bad blood between her and Behar behind the scenes
Based on the tension when the show came back, McCain explained that she used the word & # 39; b **** & # 39; always used in an endearing way.
She insisted that she and Behar like to spar about the show and said she wants & everyone to stop being so precious about our relationship because it is almost 2020, and women on TV enthusiastically can argue without being personal & # 39 ;.
& # 39; And I know this is a big shock, we agree backstage, & # 39; she added.
Her commentary was in reference to recent reports that things are unraveling behind the scenes, largely due to bad blood between McCain and Behar.
Earlier this month, insiders claimed that Goldberg became less tolerant of the camera eruptions after viewers noticed how happy she was when the show was broadcast without McCain and Behar.
& # 39; Whoopi is at her breaking point with Meghan. She's trying to hold on there, especially to keep the peace with Meghan and Joy, but we all know she's going to break, & a source told DailyMail.com.
& # 39; Even on her worst days, Whoopi does her best to be respectful to the staff. Even if something disturbs her or breaks for some reason, she returns and apologizes and explains herself later.
& # 39; The View team is happy to work with her. So it was extremely difficult for her to see Meghan come in and really bring down the moral. All notifications that they & # 39; & # 39; cold, frosty and unpleasant & # 39; & # 39; is very mild compared to the truth of her personality. & # 39;
The viewing ratings of The View are up to four years old and the show is close to the ratings it scored when Goldberg and comedian Sherri Shepherd participated in the show in 2008.
Goldberg and Sunny Hostin (second right) have barely had any contact with all back and forth between frequent sparring partners McCain and Behar
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