“The View” co-hosts Pleasure Behar and Meghan McCain went at it once more Tuesday, this time disagreeing over the way in which that folks described the migrant camps utilized by President Trump’s administration.
Whereas co-host Sunny Hostin and Behar recommended the kids confronted “torture” in these facilities, McCain took situation with that characterization.
As she famous, her father, former Sen. John McCain, was brutally tortured throughout his time in Vietnam — a lot so, she mentioned, he was unable to carry her over his head when she was a baby.
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McCain argued that folks like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., inappropriately used hyperbole to explain camps as “focus camps” and in different methods.
“Calling these locations torture services — I perceive it’s a humanitarian disaster — however I do know what a torture facility seems like. I have been to at least one,” she mentioned as Behar tried to interject.
“When you’ve a facility whose particular objective is to torture folks — that isn’t what is going on on,” she added. She mentioned that whereas migrant situations could also be inhumane, there was a “huge distinction” between the migrant camps and the “Hanoi Hilton” the place her father was brutally tortured.
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After Hostin recommended the labels they used did not matter a lot, McCain pushed again on using “hyperbole” — arguing that it distracted from the actual points at these camps.
For Behar, although, Ocasio-Cortez’s “focus camps” label refocused consideration on the problem. “It did not work for me as a conservative Republican,” McCain retorted.