GERALDO Rivera cursed out Dan Bongino in a heated debate on Wednesday night over the death of Daunte Wright.
Bongino, who served as an NYPD officer and a Secret Service agent, accused Rivera of wanting the country to burn.
Rivera took offense to Bongino’s comment, calling him a “son of a b***h” and a ‘”punk” live on cable news.
“I want to see the country burn?! You son of a b***h! I want to see the country burn, you punk?! You’re nothing but a punk!”
The feud started when Rivera firmly stated that officers should use Tasers over guns.
“I don’t even know how to respond to that. Give me a second to digest the stupidity of that,” Bongino said.
In response to being called stupid, Rivera said that Bongino prefers name-calling instead of stating facts.
As Bongino claimed that there was “no systemic racism” among policing, the tension between the two men only became more intense as both men tried to humiliate the other.
Rivera mocked Bongino’s expertise in law enforcement, comparing his four years as an officer to 10 minutes.
The Fox News host also said Bongino has been running for office for 20 years, poking fun of the former congressional candidate’s repeated failures to hold office.
Bongino clapped back by telling Rivera to take a Valium, a muscle relaxer, reminding the viewers that Rivera is 77 years old.
The argument over whether or not black people like Wright are targeted and killed by white officers fueled the conversation as Rivera and Bongino continued to bash each other.
Wright, stopped for a traffic violation, was shot and killed over the weekend by former officer Kim Potter, who is now incarcerated for manslaughter charges.
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Potter claimed that she accidentally fired her gun on Wright when the 20-year-old tried to escape in his car.
Protesters recently waved a pig’s head at cops as chaos again erupted in Brooklyn Center, with hundreds storming the police station this week.
Demonstrators came out for the fourth night in a row since Wright, 20, was fatally shot by then-police officer Potter during a traffic stop on Sunday.