Appearing Thursday on Fox News, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory defended a state law that targets the LGBT community.

Megyn Kelly, host of The Kelly File, grilled McCrory about House Bill 2's implications for transgender people in North Carolina.

“I've bee in women's bathrooms my whole life, and we don't have the urinal situation. We've got, like, the stalls,” Kelly said. “We get to go in and we do our business. And we don't see each other. So, why are you concerned about girls exposing themselves or seeing somebody else exposed in a women's bathroom?”

McCrory, who appeared uncomfortable, said that he could not believe he was on television discussing the law and blamed the Left for making it an issue. House Bill 2 rolled back an LGBT protections ordinance in the city of Charlotte, in addition to prohibiting transgender people from using the bathroom of their choice in government facilities, including schools.

“Typically, male molesters are heterosexual,” Kelly pointed out. “And if they want to sneak into a bathroom, they'll do it. But 90 percent of the cases, molestation happens with someone you know. So, what is the fear with the transgender situation in the bathrooms?”

McCrory said that the legislation was based on a expectation of privacy, though he has previously said that the law was needed to keep girls and women safe.

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“When their daughter or son goes into a facility, they expect people of that gender – that biological sex or gender – to be the only other ones in [there],” McCrory said.

“Can you believe PayPal is … scaling back their expansion, even though they do business in Saudi Arabia, where you can get killed if you're gay?” Kelly asked, referring to the company's opposition to House Bill 2. “Hello.”

“The selective hypocrisy is outrageous by PayPal. It's inconsistent outrage. It's selective outrage. And they might need to examine their own practices in other states which have the exact same rules as North Carolina does,” McCrory answered, ignoring the fact that North Carolina is the only state with such a law.