"The View" host Joy Behar for a second time engaged in a heated argument on the national television with Meghan McCain on Monday (local time) and came down on McCain for repeated interruptions during the talk show.
Fox News reported that argument was triggered when Behar was speaking regarding Senator Amy Klobuchar, who poked fun at President Donald Trump's hair after the latter mocked Klobuchar for filling her nomination for 2020 US Presidential elections.
While Behar was in between her speech, McCain tried to interrupt Behar numerous times saying, "Can I get through this, please?"
Behar continued with her discussions, irrespective of McCain's chime, said the entire thing was "stupid." The panel was addressing the rift between Klobuchar and Trump when McCain chimed into the conversation.
McCain repeatedly kept on asking, "Can I say something now? Is that OK?"
Behar told her to "go ahead" and McCain sarcastically replied, "I have permission to speak now on Amy Klobuchar? We're all good?"
McCain reportedly started to explain that she had friends at Klobuchar's announcement when she was distracted by whatever Behar was doing off camera.
"No, by all means, keep going, Joy," a visibly frustrated McCain said.
In response, Behar hit back at McCain saying, "If you're going to have a hissy fit, we can't continue."
By this time, the entire crowd gathered at the talk show remained amazed at how Behar had taken over McCain, who by then sat folded handed on her seat as the former moved on to her next topic of discussion.
Both Behar and McCain had engaged in heated arguments, last year in December while paying tribute to the late President George H.W. Bush a few days after his death. Behar appealed to President Trump as she praised the Bush over his policies on climate change and the Clean Air Act Amendments the Bush administration had passed in 1990.
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