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Meghan McCain Takes To Social Media After Being Shutdown On 'The View' By Whoopi Goldberg

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By Clark Sparky

As tends to happen on "The View," things got heated on Monday between co-hosts Meghan McCain and Whoopi Goldberg. The spat started when the panel began discussing the impeachment proceedings against President Trump.

McCain was arguing that the impeachment is not helping the democrats. Co-host Sunny Hostin then called some of the republican senators hypocrites because of how they acting during President Clinton's impeachment.

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"My job here is not to litigate the ethics of it. I'm an ABC political analyst along with being a View cohost," McCain said. "My job is to analyze the politics of it and..."

Hostin tried to cut in, and McCain said, "Let me finish, I let you talk."

Goldberg then tried to cut away to a commercial.

"Do you want to hear a conservative perspective on the show ever?" McCain asked.

"Girl, please stop talking," Goldberg replied. "Please stop talking right now."

"No problem. I won't talk for the rest of the show," McCain responded, to which Goldberg replied, "I'm okay with that, if you're going to behave like this."

"I'm not behaving like anything," McCain said. "I'm trying to show conservative perspective."

"What you're doing is ... we're not doing anything, how bout this, we'll be right back!" Goldberg said, shutting down the argument and throwing to commercial.

McCain took to Twitter right after the show aired to defend her positions. "Dems and Rs alike need to confront the ugly truth: both parties are failing to be impartial jurors. I won’t be quiet, even if the reality reflects poorly on the entire political establishment. I have a responsibility to speak for the 50% that feels media doesn’t represent them," she wrote.

She followed that up with another tweet that showed the dwindling support for impeachment. "Pointing out things that are true is part of my job even if it angers people and even if it’s politically inconvenient," she wrote.

McCain then wrote a third tweet on the topic. "Pretending half the country doesn't exist won't make them disappear. The culture war is real, and Americans who aren't part of the overwhelmingly anti-conservative media deserve to have their views represented," she said.

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