The co-hosts of “The View” debated workplace toxicity — while on the job.
Ana Navarro and Alyssa Farah Griffin got into a big fight on Monday after Whoopi Goldberg brought up the topic of “toxic femininity.”
“We have come a long way in criticizing certain male practices that are not helpful and need to be called out. “Women have made a lot of progress, but we can be each other’s worst enemies,” said Griffin, who was once an associate of former President Trump. “It still is, and I have to say the worst bosses I’ve had have been women and sometimes colleagues at work.”
“That’s what happens when you work with Kellyanne Conway,” Navarro shot back, referring to the former president’s former senior adviser.
Griffin wasted no time in reprimanding.
“I can’t say a word unless you attack me,” Griffin, 33, said. “So I wouldn’t say it’s a completely different environment of women supporting each other.”
“Oh, I haven’t attacked you yet,” Navarro, 50, replied.
The Post has reached out to Navarro and Griffin for comment.
After the spat, both hosts were able to get back to work and the panel didn’t address the tiff for the rest of the broadcast.
Both Griffin and Navarro sparred on air. In September, Goldberg was forced to come between Navarro and Sunny Hostin, who argued after Hostin made a comment about Navarro’s political affiliation. According to The Sun.
Griffin clashed with Hostin last month, forcing the show to go to commercial break after comparing white women who voted for the Conservatives to “roaches who voted for Raid.”