Since Meghan McCain joined "The View" in 2017, rumors of behind-the-scenes feuds have been constantly popping up. However, a new report suggests that there is quite a bit of truth behind what is being said as the conservative commentator has not only had many on-air disagreements with her cohosts but is said to have "begged" network executives to refrain from hiring certain women.

According to the Daily Mail, McCain "urged ABC execs to hire Abby Huntsman full-time and threatened to quit if they hired Ana Navarro." Insiders revealed that those in charge ultimately caved to McCain's requests, which is why Huntsman is currently a full-time co-host with Navarro only stepping in for weekly appearances.

McCain, 34, reportedly "stormed backstage and blew up" after a recent on-air disagreement with Navarro during a Hot Topics segment. After a particularly heated exchange, Navarro told McCain, "I'm two feet away, I don't need you to scream at me this way," which prompted McCain's exit.

"She was outraged. Ana had embarrassed her and the truth is, Meghan can dish it, but she sure can't take it," an insider told Daily Mail.

Continuing, the source added, "She has been disrespectful to her co-hosts, producers, and the glam squad since she's been on the show and finally, someone gave her a dose of her own medicine and she couldn't handle it."

This would not be the first time that McCain has reportedly asked the network executives to keep certain women off of the popular daytime talk show. During a July 2018 appearance on Andy Cohen's "Watch What Happens Live," former "View" co-host Sherri Shepherd stated that she feels McCain needs to "evolve" and refrain from taking "the whole Republican world on her shoulders," adding that she should "lighten up a little."

This, in turn, reportedly prompted McCain to request that Shepherd be kept away from the ABC show in the future. Following the Bravo interview, McCain tweeted that she was "sad to hear" that from Shepherd.

It remains to be seen how this will all pan out in the future, but, as stated by Daily Mail, ratings are the highest they have been in years and the show has become a "go-to stop for political figures and presidential candidates."

"The View" airs weekdays on ABC.

Meghan McCain Meghan McCain attends the Trevor Project NextGen Fall Fete in New York City on Nov. 13, 2015. Photo: Robin Marchant/Getty Images