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Meghan McCain Breaks Silence On The Tension With Joy Behar On ‘The View’

Political talk has always caused arguments at the dinner table, but things have been different the past few years. It’s not just simply an argument anymore. It’s, “I can’t associate with you,” and that’s mostly because of Donald Trump. He has divided the nation more than any other president in history.

A clear example of this is on the chaotic mess of a show ‘The View‘ where Meghan McCain is constantly trying to defend her conservative ~views~ even when they don’t make a lot of sense.

Last week, we told you that she and co-host Joy Behar got into a pretty nasty argument, which led to this uncomfortable exchange…


So where do they stand now? Well, McCain went on Watch What Happens Live this week and talked to Andy Cohen about the behind-the-scenes drama.

She talked about how difficult it has been coming back to the show after taking maternity leave…

So it’s been such a rough reentry back into The View. I had a really hard time getting back to work—I thought I would be back to work by the election. … It’s just been a lot. I will say I missed everyone, even if some people didn’t miss me.

I miss the show. We’re a family. All these women were at my dad’s funeral. We’ve been through a lot of s–t together, and I miss being on the show, and I hope that we can all be examples—myself included—for where the country should go forward.

She added that she hopes everyone can put their differences aside and come together, which would be nice. After all, we’ve done it in the past. We’ve all argued about taxes, healthcare and all that good stuff without being violent. And we can do that once again in the future.

But when it comes to supporting Donald Trump? Or talking about how the election was stolen? Nah. F**k that. We don’t have to listen to that or respect it.

By the way, it appears the remote filming of the show (thanks to the virus) has made it easier for the co-hosts of ‘The View’ to be rude to each other.

A source had this to say on the matter:

There has always been a sense of family behind the scenes at The View, but it has been harder to maintain that camaraderie amongst the show’s hosts while producing the show remotely.

Makes sense. You’re not going to be as mean when you’re face-to-face with the person and have to share coffee and donuts in the back.

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