Meghan McCain Slammed by 'The View' Fans after Her On-Air Clash with Whoopi Goldberg Went Viral

Afouda Fortune
Dec 17, 2019
05:51 P.M.
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The drama between Whoopi Goldberg and Meghan McCain continued to heat up after fans took to social media to slam Meghan for her behavior.


Fans have enjoyed a field day sharing their thoughts and opinion since the clip of Whoopi Goldberg asking her "The View" co-host Meghan McCain to stop talking, went viral.

Meghan McCain joins host Julie Mason during a SiriusXM event | Photo: Getty Images


Since then fans of the show have taken to Twitter to give their two cents about the heated discussion between the women, per a Pop Culture report

One fan praise Whoopi for intervening in Monday's episode of the show as Meghan kept interrupting Sunny.


Another viewer who couldn't seem to keep up with Meghan on the show wrote:

"Fire Meghan as a Christmas gift to us."


Another user mentioned that she enjoyed the way Whoopi handled things with Meghan because there was no pint in being argumentative,  while a third viewer noted that Meghan was "annoying and in need of a reality check."

"Meghan had suffered a similar fate back in September, after getting into a heated discussion with critic Ana Navarro, which led to her storming off the set of the show."


Meanwhile, a fourth person wrote that, although she liked Meghan, the TV personality needed to stop "acting like a child and talking over other people."

Pop Culture reported that "The View" co-hosts tried to take attention off the showdown between Whoopi and Meghan when Sunny Hostin asked for the help of Gretta Monahan to show off some half-off last-minute finds.


However, viewers paid little or no attention to the picks, which included a seated elliptical, sleepwear, and beauty products.

The publication recalled that trouble began after Meghan had interrupted Sunny during a conversation on the show while they were addressing the ongoing hearings against President Donald Trump


Whoopi had intervened by stating, "Girl, please stop talking," and "we're not doing anything, how bout this, we'll be right back!" before she cut to commercial break.

Additionally, Daily Mail reported that Meghan had suffered a similar fate back in September, after getting into a heated discussion with critic Ana Navarro, which led to her storming off the set of the show.


Back in June, the TV personality also had a face-off with her ideological opposite Joy Behar during another discussion where she blurted angrily:

"Don't feel bad for me [expletive]. I'm paid to do this. Okay? Don't feel bad for me!"

The 35-year-old later cleared up the statement as she claimed that she meant the comment as a joke while adding that she and Joy use the term '[expletive]' affectionately.


Since her showdown with Whoopi, Meghan has taken to Twitter to address the controversy. As Fox News pointed out, the "Dirty Sexy Politics" author tweeted:

"I won't be quiet, even if the reality reflects poorly on the entire establishment. I have a responsibility to speak for the 50% that feels media doesn't represent them."

Meghan McCain attends the 2015 Trevor Project NextGen Fall Fete | Photo: Getty Images

Fans are curious to see what will come next in this face-off between the women of "The View."