Meghan McCain And Whoopi Goldberg's Combative Moment On The View Has Fans Fed Up

Fans of "The View" have had enough of a certain co-host after she engaged in yet another combative moment on the daytime talk show.

During the June 17 episode of "The View," Meghan McCain and Whoopi Goldberg got into a heated back-and-forth conversation after they had disagreeing views regarding President Joe Biden's June 16 apology to CNN's Kaitlan Collins. Collins questioned Biden about why he felt confident Russian President Vladimir Putin would change his behavior, to which Biden said, "I'm not confident ... Where the hell — what do you do all the time. When did I say I was confident?" according to CNN. Biden then apologized to Collins, calling his retort "wise."

McCain expressed her dissatisfaction with Biden's reaction on "The View," which was followed by Goldberg stating that she never once saw former President Trump apologize for anything. Republican McCain did not like hearing that. "With all due respect, I don't care, but we're not the president," McCain said, followed by Goldberg asking for a chance to finish speaking. McCain interrupted again, saying, "With all due respect, I don't care if he apologized. He just embarrassed himself. And he looks like Trump."

Goldberg then let McCain know that she didn't care what she thought, and she wanted to finish speaking. McCain once again cut in, saying, "Well I don't care that you don't care Whoopi, so we're even." Goldberg ended her attempt to speak by responding, "Well then good Meghan. Then you can be how you always are..."

Viewers were not pleased by the tension, and took to Twitter — as they so often do. Keep scrolling to learn why they're fed up.

Fans are tired of Meghan McCain's behavior on 'The View'

While Meghan McCain and Whoopi Goldberg both apologized and moved on once "The View" came back from commercial break, fans tweeted about their disapproval of McCain long after the argument ended.

"Whoopi Goldberg has finally had enough of Meghan McCain. Perhaps today will finally be Meghan final day on," one viewer wrote. "They clearly are over each other. Whoopi was right. She was trying to make a point and she kept interrupting," another fan said in support of the actor. A third viewer begged ABC to release McCain from the show. "C'mon The View! Time to fire Meghan! She is obviously very unhappy. She can share her view, but you are allowing her to be disrespectful to her coworkers!!! Enough is enough!" they pleaded. Meanwhile, another viewer was upset that Goldberg apologized to McCain. "I felt like Whoopi shouldn't apologize to Meghan McCain. Meghan is rude and disrespectful. Always have been disrespectful..." they tweeted. "Not sure why people keep tuning in..." a fifth person bluntly wrote.

This, of course, is not the first time fans have been unhappy with McCain on "The View." However, it looks like it will take much more than the tweets of angry fans to remove her from the show. Afterall, "The View" strives to include a variety of people with all sorts of opinions. As it says on its Twitter account, "Whatever your view, you are welcome here."