“The View” co-host Meghan McCain is in hot water after calling for President Joe Biden to fire Dr. Anthony Fauci over the slow distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.

The drama began on Monday when McCain voiced her frustrations that Fauci hasn’t given specific details about when people will be able to receive the vaccine, Mediaite reports.

“The fact that I, Meghan McCain, co-host of The View, don’t know when or how I will be able to get a vaccine because the rollout for my age range and my health is so nebulous, I have no idea when and how I get it,” she said.

The 36-year-old also proposed Biden replace Fauci with someone more knowledgeable.

“I think we need to have more people giving more opinions and honestly, quite frankly, I think the Biden administration should remove him and put someone else in place that maybe does understand science, or can talk to other countries about how we can be more like these places who are doing this successfully,” she said.

Shortly after her comments, McCain’s name began trending on Twitter with fans slamming the “The View” co-host over her tone-deaf comments.

“Meghan McCain making a stupid take on Fauci and the vaccine is not surprising but seems unnecessary. Like everyone already knows that you’re privileged and petulant no need to beat a dead horse,” one person tweeted.

Another person added, “I’m sickened @TheView allows Meghan McCain continue to spread misinformation. Meghan is not qualified to make such a startling dangerous statement. Remove Meghan she is a vile subhuman.”

Meanwhile, Business Insider reporter John Haltiwanger questioned whether McCain comprehends Fauci’s role.

“Does Meghan McCain understand that Fauci is an infectious disease expert/medical advisor and it’s not his job to figure out the logistics surrounding the distribution of vaccines? (this is a rhetorical question, she clearly does not understand),” he tweeted.

This isn’t the first time Fauci’s job has been called into question. Last year, there was speculation about whether Trump could fire Fauci as death tolls and positive COVID-19 cases continued to rise.

In July, Max Stier, CEO of Partnership for Public Service, explained the president didn’t have the authority to fire Fauci without a valid reason.

“The President could not fire Fauci without cause. There are civil service protections for career federal employees that prevent them from being removed or demoted for political reasons,” he said.

During his time in the White House, Trump and Fauci developed a tense relationship after the doctor refused to downplay the severity of COVID-19 and often contradicted the president’s optimistic views about the pandemic.

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Meghan McCain at the Netflix "Medal of Honor" screening at the U.S. Navy Memorial Burke Theater in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 13, 2018. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images