THE VIEW co-host Meghan McCain told off a troll, who dissed her new hairstyle and long extensions.
She defended the do and clapped back: "Let a b***h experiment!"
Yesterday on The View, Meghan debuted a shoulder-length, high ponytail hairstyle on show.
The new mom captioned selfies of the do: "I love a high pony!"
But some viewers threw shade at her style in a since-deleted tweet: "Meghan's natural hair grew really fast."
But Meghan wasn't having it and replied: "Can a b***h experiment with extensions and hairpieces? It's the pandemic, I don't have that much to entertain me anymore."
But other fans supported the style suggesting: "I'm waiting for @meghanmccain to announce she's doing a pop album."
Meghan recently clapped back at another hater telling Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live: "… Kelly Dodd… I went on Watch What Happens Live with her and she was so mean to me and had clearly had some drinks beforehand.”
Meghan continued: “And now I’ve totally turned on her. Remember how weird she was, and she was like calling me a trust fund kid and said I never worked a day in my life. I get up every day at 5 am to work, man. What are you talking about?”
She added: “She was so mean. And I know her husband, too."
The RHOC star married Fox News correspondent Rick Leventhal in October 2020.
On that episode of WWHL Meghan also relayed how challenging it's been returning to The View since the birth of her daughter, Liberty.
She and her husband Ben Domenech welcomed their first daughter at the end of September.
Meghan told Andy: "So it's been such a rough reentry back into the view. I was on maternity leave for three months.
"I had a really hard birth. I had preeclampsia, I had to have a magnesium drip, I was crying because it was so intense."
Meghan went on: "I had a really hard time getting back to work. I thought I would be back by the election.
"So just that process of getting back was a lot and then this past week back with just the show the way it is and obviously everything going on in the country and the horrible horrific attack on our capital, it's just been a lot," she continued.
"I will say, I missed everyone. Even if some people didn't miss me. I missed the show, we're a family. All these women were at my dad's funeral."
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