Meghan McCain Rips ‘Pathetic’ Joy Behar For ‘Trolling’ Valentine’s Day Post To Husband

By Jay Godwin -, Public Domain,

Former co-workers Meghan McCain and Joy Behar don’t get to spar on “The View” anymore, so they took their feud to Twitter on Valentine’s Day.

McCain, 37, sent a shout out to her husband Ben Domenech on social media, posting a photo of the pair along with the caption, “Happy Valentines Day @bdomenech – I love you and am grateful every day for the life we have together.”

A disgruntled follower replied to the post with, “Does every thought and sentiment need to be on Twitter?” and Behar chimed in with “Apparently.”

The current co-host of “The View” quickly deleted her uncalled for comment, but McCain had already screencapped the exchange and wrote, “Imagine spending your Valentine’s Day trolling your ex colleagues tweet about her husband.”

In a follow-up, she tweeted, “It’s pathetic and it creeps me out.” Fox News meteorologist Janice Dean snarked, “She can’t quit you!”  

McCain also wrote that leaving “The View” “is like having ex’s who won’t stop drunk texting you,” but later took down the post. 

In addition to a continuation of McCain and Behar’s cold war, Valentine’s day marked the return of co-host Whoopi Goldberg, who was suspended for two weeks for denying the Holocaust was about race, but returned early for her first episode back since Feb. 1.

Goldberg appeared grateful to be back on the air, but didn’t apologize for her commentary, though she did note that the show “sometimes” doesn’t handle issues “as delicately as we could.”

She explained that their format allowed for “five minutes to get in important information about topics,” and went on to thank the people who reached out to her while she was on the sidelines. 

“And I’m telling you, people reached out from places that made me go, “Wait, wait, what? Really? OK!”” Goldberg said. 

“And it was amazing and I listened to everything everybody had to say and I was very grateful, and I hope it keeps all the important conversations happening because we’re going to keep having tough conversations.’

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Tom Tucker
Tom Tucker
1 year ago

They don’t have tough conversations, they have stupid conversations. In tough conversation, you actually have to use real information, which they wouldn’t recognize if the tripped over it.