Sometimes, when they have celebrity guests, the full panel isn't present, which I always think is weird.
You're probably right, Blondie. And while I would have loved to see that play out on national TV, from the producers' perspective, it was probably the correct (if way less fun) call.
Yeah. No. I don't really understand how the goal posts keep shifting here. Joy was trying to say that maybe the new DHS guy has some good ideas (I have no idea if he does). I suppose I can link the clip yet again.
Meghan talked for nearly a minute and a half straight, which doesn't sound like a long time, but when you consider there are 5 co-hosts, and one episode minus commercials is usually around only 40 minutes long, AND that was a "VIEW YOUR DEAL" day, 1:20 amounts to a filibuster, and Meghan had already completed hers.
Meghan was being rude, despite the fact that Joy wasn't asking her to defend a thing about Trump or his administration. Joy was saying, Hey this one thing might not be as hellish as all the other evil afoot.
Joy wasn't even arguing against the points Meghan had made about immigration being central pillar of Trump's appeal to his base. Everyone from the biggest Trump hater to the biggest Trump lover (okay, that's a tie between Pence and Trump) knows that.
We can keep making this a, "Yeah, but Joy hates Trump," conversation, but everyone from the worst Joy hater to the biggest Joy lover already knows that.
Meghan doesn't like Trump either. Meghan haters and Meghan lovers know that, too. Some people (I am one) think Meghan defends Trump and/or his policies when she feels it will benefit the country of one that is Meghan McCain.
On the day that Meghan just acted like an unprofessional brat (this time, this week, this Monday -- it's sad how we have to narrow that down), she did so, because Meghan is an unprofessional brat. Also: abused wives don't deserve to be hit, and if a woman wears a short skirt, she's not asking to be raped. Joy was the recipient of Meghan's bad behavior, not the cause of it.