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SNL & # 39; s View & # 39; Throws holy cities like Meghan McCain, Joy Behar to talk – National

It was The view& # 39; s Joy Behar to Meghan McCain Saturday Night Live, so the show gave its own interpretation of a recent real-life splash between the two co-hosts.

The tick between the two appeared on Monday as the hosts talked about the recent resignation of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and President Donald Trump's immigration and holy cities policy.

Doing that one weighting to get Central American migrants out of the north, financial support, such as a home or food, is trying to interfere with McCain.

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"I listened to you, let me tell", said Behar to McCain, and asked her to respond, "part of your job is to listen."

In SNL, Aidy Bryan even takes McCain's "princess of Arizona" before there is a crisis at the border.

Kate McKinnon's Behar responds by citing McCain's "demonizing full countries full of crowded people" before being interrupted.

The two then start in a back and ask with Behar to finish and McCain asks them to talk to them, "you really do matter to me to listen to me."

Cecily Strong's Abby Huntsman broke out the popcorn at this point, while Melissa Villasenor's Ana Navarro films it on her phone before Leslie Jones breaks down Whoopi Goldberg's squirt bottle.

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The panel then moves to talk about anti-scammers in & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & quot; a United States, which formerly became Jenny McCarthy, portrait of SNL host Emma Stone.

This causes more chaos between Behar and McCain, asking the former "can I face you?" Before Goldberg has to break it again.

The real McCain found it "amazing," writing about it before the drawing is "Arizona's princess".

Behar was also commented on the parody, but only to say she was happy for a real woman & # 39; to see – in the past Fred Armisen painted the talk-talk co-host.

Huntsman and Navarro also sketched enough, with the latter also learned the presence of a "Latina comedian" on SNL.

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