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Joy “Loses It” On A Guest After He Puts Her In Her Place

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Ahead of the November 2022 midterm elections in the United States, a special guest was picked to visit the women on The View. This guest was none other than the political director of ABC News, Rick Klein. During his appearance on The View, the respected guest described the threat Republicans and MAGA politicians posed in the midterm elections despite the headway Democrats had made in America since the downfall of Donald Trump in 2020.

During his appearance on The View, co-host Ana Navarro asked Klein’s opinion on the fact that Democrats had pulled ahead in the midterm elections because the conservative Supreme Court had overturned Roe v Wade.

Before Rick Klein was able to get a word in edgewise, Joy Behar, 80, broke through the chatter and exclaimed: “When your reporters say they’re worried about gas. They’re worried about that. Do they follow up and ask if people think the Republicans will be able to fix this?”

Klein began talking about her question and described how political reports are not trying to have arguments with voters. However, Behar was not satisfied with the answer provided by the political director of ABC News, so she interrupted him and said, “It’s a follow-up question.”

Klein was not happy with Behar’s interruption. He quickly quipped about how she seemed unqualified for her work with The View and that she should be looking for a new job as a political field reporter. He said, “Do you want the job? We’ll send you out there right now.”

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