It was all about the travel ban Monday morning on "The View," as the show hit the air just moments after the Supreme Court reinstated a watered down version of Donald Trump's plan.
Under the new provisions, the ban on six Muslim-majority countries "may not be enforced against foreign nationals who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States."
"This is no surprise for me. I think what you're going to find is the Supreme Court is going to uphold the president's authority, in the interest of national security, to say anyone from anywhere, hold on, you can't come in," Jedediah Bila said at the top of Monday's show. "Because the vetting process in these six countries is problematic, you have that on record from the former administration."
Sunny Hostin was vocal in her opposition to Bila though, arguing the United States has "the most robust vetting process in the world."
"That is not true," Bila shot back.
"I would not presume to say or know what the Supreme Court is going to do. But this certainly sounds like a partial victory for the administration and I also think it's a very narrow victory," Hostin continued. "In the next 72 hours, we're going to see a lot of litigation about what a 'bona fide' connection to a United States citizen means. We all need to take a breath and let the lawyers handle it."
"The sad thing for me, about all of this: this is what they did to the Irish, this is what they did to the Italians, this is what they did to the Spanish, this is what they did to the Chinese, all out of fear," she explained.
"I hope when we go outside today, Lady Liberty has not walked off," she continued. "Because refugees, the nature of the refugee is they are fleeing a country which is repressing them. I just, all I can say is, we'll keep an eye on this, but this is not the end. It's slightly annoying, but it's not the end."
The Supreme Court will hear arguments over the executive order in October.