Meghan McCain called out CNN’s Brian Stelter publicly following an explosive debate on “The View” about Republicans and racism.
It all began after co-host Sunny Hostin suggested Republicans who support border security are somehow racist.
Stelter then chimed in on Twitter: “'The View’ would need way more than an hour to finish this conversation…”
That’s when McCain brought down the hammer on the CNN host.
“Or sometimes we only need one segment on a subject to expose real anti-semitism when your network spent an entire year on a documentary on the subject and never touched it,” McCain shot back.
During the original segment, Hostin called on Republicans to oppose Trump on the border wall because it’s about not letting “brown people” into the country.
“Because he has been using, I think, the border wall as sort of this dog whistle for racism,” she said. “The government is still shut down. And I think it’s all about ‘Let’s not let all these brown people in.'”
Abby Huntsman correctly noted that 42 percent of Americans support the border wall and asked Hostin if she believed they were all racists — a question she refused answer.
“You did just call 42 percent of the country — there was an implication that they could be racist,” McCain interjected. “That is something that is going to make Abby and I uncomfortable.”
Watch the segment below:
Who won that on-air fight?