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Republican Maryland congressional candidate Kim Klacik sparked a fiery exchange on ABC’s “The View,” taking direct aim at host Joy Behar over her previous use of blackface.

A conversation about the impact of coronavirus on the black community quickly spiraled into a shouting match about Behar’s use of blackface.

The article goes on to state the following:

Cohost Sara Haines began the conversation by asking about veteran journalist Bob Woodward’s book and the audio of President Donald Trump saying that he preferred to “downplay” the threat of the coronavirus pandemic.

WATCH what happened:

Donald Trump Jr. responded by sharing a photo of Joy Behar when she wore “blackface.”

“Apparently, @TheView‘s resident blackface enthusiast, @JoyVBehar, isn’t a big fan of strong conservative black women like @kimKBaltimore,” he quipped.

Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly weighed in, tweeting, “So… I’m pretty sure that saying skin tinting to look like a Black woman – even if meant to honor her -is not OK, & warning: could lead to serious backlash. In fact, just suggesting that intent is relevant could lead to pieces on GMA, all eve news, in the NYT, etc. We’ll see…”

Brandon Straka, founder of the #WalkAway movement, tweeted, “Absolutely disgraceful the way a black woman was treated on @TheView. @sunny & @JoyVBehar need to apologize to @kimKBaltimore. If u “support women” & “support the black community” you don’t get to pick & choose the ones who you feel are WORTH supporting. Outrageous & offensive!!”

Klacik, 38, lost an April 2020 special election held following the death of incumbent Elijah Cummings, to Democratic candidate Kweisi Mfume, and is now the Republican nominee for Maryland’s 7th congressional district in the 2020 general election.

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  1. Funny how if you say something they don’t like, you have to almost scream to talk over these view people. Way to go Kimberly Klacik, good job.


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