Ana Navarro And Meghan McCain Got Into A Screaming Match On National TV, And McCain Walking Off Stage Is Not What It Seems
We love a good throw down in the name of reality TV. Drama is what makes TV worth watching — it’s like a real-life telenovela, and we don’t care if people on TV are doing it just for the ratings. We live for it. One of our favorite reality shows — which is technically not a reality show, but rather a talk show — is “The View.” Those ladies can fight about anything. In this political climate of us vs. them — a/k/a the Republicans vs. the Democrats — you will not get a better TV experience, while also getting informative perspectives, than “The View.”
And today’s episode did not disappoint.
This might not come as a surprise, but Ana Navarro And Meghan McCain literally yelled at each other on “The View” and left viewers gasping for air.
The two “View” co-anchors got into a fighting match while discussing the latest Donald Trump scandal. Navarro, who typically appears on “The View” on Fridays, was discussing the topic of a whistleblower who came forward to say that President Donald Trump had talks with leaders of Ukraine in secret.
McCain attempted to make a point — which didn’t actually make any sense — that liberals didn’t like how Julian Assage released classified documents yet had issues with the whistleblower disclosing information about Trump and Ukraine.
McCain tried to correct herself and inadvertently began interrupting Navarro while she was speaking.
Once McCain realized that her point didn’t make sense, she tried to correct herself as Navarro was talking, and she really wanted to every one to hear her, which is why she began speaking very, very loudly.
“Excuse me, maybe I was clumsy in the way that I said it,” McCain said rather forcefully. Then Navarro said, pretty calmly, “you don’t have to scream at me.”
McCain said to Navarro, “I don’t know what you just said.” Navarro responded by saying, “I said, don’t scream at me. I’m two feet away!”
The audience was clearly in shock, and McCain said, “you know, that’s so rude, Ana.” They quickly cut to a commercial break, but the camera definitely caught McCain walking off the set. By the time the show returned, it was as if the whole thing never happened. It was so weird! They began to talk about another topic, and the two ladies behaved pretty chill toward each other. It almost reminded us of how we are during Thanksgiving dinner when one moment we are fighting with everyone and the next, we’re all good friends again.
Even though the spat lasted two seconds, people on social media ate up the drama with a spoon.
We love a good fight, but that doesn’t mean they have to get physical. That would be the end of “The View”!
You know we had to pick a side.
We’re always rooting for our girl, Ana. Always!
Why did the segment get so heated in the first place?
These ladies can throwdown about anything, honestly. McCain has a thin skin because she always gets frustrated that enough people do not agree with her.
The two women have gone head-to-head in the past, and we can see why they have more tension lately.
McCain’s husband has made fun of Navarro on Twitter. What the heck?
We can always count on Navarro to piss her off.
This is not the first time Navarro and McCain have not seen eye-to-eye on a topic; in fact, fighting is what they do best. We’re just a bit surprised at the tone that it got to today.
McCain was clearly more pissed off at the fact that she messed up her point entirely.
McCain didn’t explain herself well in the first place, so we’re thinking her error plus the fact that everyone else was not seeing her point is what made her upset. Navarro has never backed down if she has felt disrespected.
McCain is going to have to toughen up if she wants to last on the show.
Lots of women have left “The View” because they’re tired of the bickering, so McCain better get a grip or she going to end up going back to Fox News. Girl, we are begging you DO NOT LEAVE “THE VIEW”!
If McCain leaves, who will fight with Navarro or any of the other women?
Out of all the other Republican hosts on “The View” McCain is our favorite, so we are pleading. Stick it out, girl. It’s Friday, let’s get a drink and pretend like this never happened.
McCain did address the walking off on “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen.
“I just want to say [about] the walking off footage, we are told by producers to leave the table if it’s too heated,” McCain explained. “And I get touched up backstage with my makeup so that’s what I was doing.”