Alyssa Farah Griffin slaps back at Ana Navarro in ‘The View’ – Hollywood Life +2023

Alyssa Farah Griffin, Ana Navarro

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The hosts of The view Don’t hold back on your opinions, even when it’s about each other. Alyssa Farah Griffin shot back Ana Navarro, after interrupting her when she made a comment about having difficult female colleagues. The women had a discussion about “toxic femininity” on the show on Monday, December 5.

Alyssa shared her own experience of occasionally having difficult female colleagues. “Some of the worst bosses I’ve ever had have been women, and sometimes colleagues in the workplace who are women,” she said, quoting the former foreign secretary Madeleine Albert before Ana interrupted her.

Ana stepped in, noting Alyssa’s previous positions in the White House during her tenure as former President Donald Trump’s administration, suggesting she may have had a rough time with his former senior counselor Kellyanne Conway. “That’s what happens when you work with Kellyanne Conway,” she said.

Ana and Alyssa had a tense back-and-forth on “The View.” (ABC)

Ana took a sip from her coffee cup, but Alyssa fired back after the comment. “I can’t really say anything without you attacking me,” she said. “So I wouldn’t say — this isn’t like a completely different environment of women supporting each other.”

Despite the brief hiccup, Alyssa kept smiling and Ana didn’t reply to her comment. The co-host then finished the quote, which she meant to say: “There’s a special place in Hell for women who don’t help other women.”

The women continued the conversation, and despite the shady comment about Ana, Alyssa praised her other co-host Whoopie Goldberg towards the end of the discussion and talked about how women usually support each other. “You’ve been so supportive of all the women on this show because you’ve accomplished so much. We all come under you and just look up to you,” she said. “Women support women more than they don’t, but I think it’s worth recognizing when we’re tough on each other.”

Before changing the subject, Whoopi shared her own philosophy of not caring about other people’s thoughts about her. “I could be as supportive as I could, but if you don’t think you deserve it, you won’t listen,” she said. “[We allow] all these people telling us the most horrible things on social media. These are people who don’t know us, don’t know about our families, don’t know about our lives, and we believe what they say, and we put that belief in our pockets and we hold on to it. People don’t know who you are. they don’t know anything about you Please stop buying into the BS.”

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