'The View': Joy Behar and Meghan McCain clash in explosive exchange

There was another tense moment between Joy Behar and Meghan McCain on "The View" on Monday.

While discussing the Twitter exchange between President Trump and Senator Amy Klobuchar during Monday's episode of the ABC talk show, Behar was in the middle of reading Trump's tweet about Klobuchar when McCain interjected, "This is real."

"Can I get through this please?" Behar shot back.

What followed was a relatively measured discussion about their developing rivalry, during which McCain sat back and listened -- until the end.

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"Can I say something now? Is that okay, Joy?" she asked. "Do I have permission to speak now on Amy Klobuchar?"

When Behar interrupted her, McCain stopped and said, "Nope, by all means, keep going, Joy."

"No, if you're going to have a hissy fit, we can't continue," Behar clapped back.

Watch the full moment below:
 

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