‘The View’: Meghan McCain ‘Scared’ by ‘Angry’ Joy Behar

by Jeremy Spirogis
Meghan McCain

Meghan McCain is often not shy about giving her opinion on The View however on Friday’s episode, she stored mum. Joy Behar began off the present upset that Donald Trump was acquitted by the Senate within the impeachment trial. As the co-hosts gave their opinions, McCain was uncharacteristically quiet till Behar gave her the ground.

Meghan McCain
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“What do you say?” Behar requested McCain.

McCain was timid and mentioned, “You guys are scaring me. I really don’t want to say my opinion today because you’re very angry today, and everyone’s been very angry backstage.”

“We’re very angry today,” Behar quipped.

“I just feel like today is maybe a day for me to be a conservative quietly, because I don’t want to get booed and yelled at today, and that says a lot,” McCain added.

Behar tried to motive with McCain saying that she doesn’t defend Trump however the latter didn’t budge. The conservative co-host gave some details about Trump’s approval scores and stored her cool by not making an attempt to anger Behar much more.

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Meghan McCain and Joy Behar’s friendship

Although it might sound that McCain and Behar couldn’t be associates, the other is the reality. They each are on reverse sides of the political spectrum however they respect one another sufficient to be associates exterior of The View. McCain not too long ago mentioned it upsets her when rumors are unfold about an alleged animosity between them.

“It really hurts my feelings!” McCain advised Entertainment Tonight about reviews she doesn’t like Behar. “It genuinely hurts my feelings because our dressing rooms are next door to each other and you and I have the same emotional reaction to things — sometimes in different ways — but we’re both upset equally, the equal amount of the same things. And I wish people would give us a break, for real.”

In reality, McCain has influenced Behar on sure points and made her see issues from one other perspective.

“Like today, I was talking about how, you know, I think a moderate needs to win the election to beat [President Donald] Trump. Originally, I would say I wanted Elizabeth Warren because she was new stuff and she was exciting. But I’m not sure that she could pull it off. So, now I’m in reality again and I think you have changed your positions a little bit, moderated them, modified,” Behar mentioned.

Meghan McCain confirmes battle with Abby Huntsman

Abby Huntsman left The View at first of the yr to assist her father run a marketing campaign within the state of Utah. There have been rumors there was a battle between the hosts and that’s what in the end drove Huntsman away from the present. When McCain was a visitor on Watch What Happens Live, she confirmed there had been a battle between her and Hunstman.

“We did get in a fight, which is a very small fight and a friend-fight,” McCain confirmed. “All friendships have ups and downs and it was bizarre for me to have the fact that we got into one fight to be put under dissection in the media.”

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Despite their feud, McCain stays near Huntsman and so they settled their variations.

“Abby and I’ve been associates for over 10 years. Our mother and father had been associates in politics, we labored at Fox collectively, a part of the rationale of why she got here to The View is as a result of we had been associates. We are nonetheless superb associates. We are very shut and I simply talked to her yesterday morning,” McCain defined.

The View airs weekdays at 11 a.m. ET and 10 a.m. PT/CT on ABC.

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