Bickering between co-hosts isn’t out of the ordinary on most political news shows.
It’s been happening for decades, though it seems a little more prevalent as of late, given the great divide between the political parties in the U.S.
And you won’t believe what was said when this on-air fight broke out between Geraldo Rivera and one Fox News correspondent.
Geraldo Rivera is not one to back down from a fight, whether he’s correct or not.
Rivera has always been known for his aggressive nature and inability to concede even when he’s been proven wrong.
On a recent episode of Fox News’ highly-rated show The Five, Rivera’s co-host Katie Pavlich went toe-to-toe with the abrasive media personality and showed Rivera that he’s not the only one who can bite back.
As most everyone has, Rivera admitted that Kamala Harris’ Guatemala trip and her media interviews during and after it were an utter disaster.
Pavlich added her two-cents by pointing out that Biden only picked Harris as VP because of her race and gender.
“This is what happens when you choose your Vice President based on gender and skin color rather than actual talent and expertise,” Pavlich stated.
Rivera took great offense at the comment telling Pavlich it was “mean.”
Not Rivera’s most pointed comeback, but he made it known he didn’t appreciate Pavlich suggesting Harris was picked because of her skin color and because she was a woman.
Pavlich quickly shot back, “Oh, it’s mean? It’s actually true.”
Rivera went on to try and list all the things that make Harris a great VP, such as her time as California’s Attorney General or the fact that she was a United States Senator.
Unfortunately for Rivera, Pavlich doesn’t believe those titles give Harris much clout.
Pavlich pointed out that Harris was a disaster as a Presidential candidate.
So much so that Harris was forced to drop out of the Presidential race before a single vote was cast because she was polling so poorly.
Many in the media are looking back at Harris’ time during the lead-up to the Democrat Presidential Primary and pointing out that even then, it was apparent Harris lacked real political know-how.
The country hasn’t seen much of Harris since she assumed the role of Vice President, and maybe now we know why.