During the first night of the Republican National Convention on Monday, over a dozen speakers took to the stage to address the crowd. One was actor Scott Baio, known of his work on "Happy Days" and "Charles in Charge," who has been known to get himself into controversial political situations in the past.

Baio busted

Baio had no clue he would be taking the state on Monday night until just last week after a conversation with GOP nominee Donald Trump.

When Trump invited Baio to speak at the convention, he scrambled together a speech and let loose on President Obama and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in front of a packed house at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. This issue was discussed during a heated interview with MSNBC's Tamron Hall on July 19.

Baio joined Hall in what started out as a calm interview segment, but quickly went off the rails.

Hall brought up Baio's recent tweets where the actor allegedly tied Clinton to an unflattering word, commonly known as "The C word." Baio had previously brought up that he wrote his speech while in church last Sunday, to which Hall called him out for apparently being hypocritical for using such language against women, while claiming to be a Christian church-goer. "Did you think about that in church," Hall asked Baio, to which he attempted to claim his tweet was just a misunderstanding.

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Hall then brought up an unflattering picture of First Lady Michelle Obama screaming that Baio tweeted out, possibly accusing him of misogyny. Baio became defensive, and insisted that his upbringing in Brooklyn was to blame for his sense of humor. The conversation got so intense at one point, that when Baio attempted to cut the MSNBC host off, Hall chimed in, "I do this for a living. You can’t chop my words." Towards the end of the interview, Baio was also left dumbfounded, as Hall called him out for blocking her on Twitter, which he simply said was a "mistake." The interview quickly went viral, as Twitter users praised Hall's ability to put Baio in his place, who is typically a guest on the more conservative-friendly Fox News Channel.

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