Meghan McCain Challenges Democrats to Impeach Trump: 'Sick of Everybody Bitching'

The View's Meghan McCain challenged her liberal leaning co-hosts and Democratic Party members of the House to finally impeach President Donald Trump because she's sick of hearing "everybody bitch" and complain.

McCain, who is frequently the lone supporter of Trump on the The View, told co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Sunny Hostin and Abby Huntsman that she's tired of hearing infighting between Democrats and to "just do it" and impeach Trump. Her co-hosts all expressed shock at the whistleblower accusations Trump withheld about $400 million to Ukraine while attempting to find negative information about former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter, who had business dealings in the country. Goldberg wondered whether the allegations are a "tipping point for Democrats" that might signal the beginning of impeachment proceedings against the president.

McCain noted Republicans paid for their mistake of impeaching former President Bill Clinton in the 1990s and said Democrats should heed the political advice of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and move forward instead of harping on impeachment. However, a report in The Washington Post Tuesday afternoon said Pelosi was reversing course and would seek impeachment.

McCain began by saying former President Barack Obama resisted sending money to Ukraine and how it's "ironic" Democrats are now proponents of financing the Eastern European nation.

"Let me finish, let me finish," McCain told the crowd with a sneer as they applauded Hostin's consistent calls for impeachment. "Unleash the Kraken. Because if you're not going to listen to Nancy Pelosi about the political implications of this, just impeach him then."

"See what happens politically," she continued. "Just impeach him then, because quite frankly, I'm sick of hearing everybody bitch about it. Just do it. I'm sick of hearing the infighting with Democrats."

After the show on Tuesday afternoon, Pelosi's deputy chief of staff announced she would be making a statement at 5 p.m. after a House Democratic caucus meeting, stirring speculation Democrats may proceed with impeachment in the wake of the Ukraine accusations.

Trump initially defended his decision to withhold the money by saying it was over fears of corruption in their government. However, he changed his story while talking with reporters outside the United Nations on Tuesday, saying he withheld the funds "until Europe and other nations contribute to Ukraine." He again called for Ukraine to investigate Hunter Biden's financial connections to the country.

Back on The View, the co-hosts other than McCain declared they are now on board with impeaching Trump and challenged his changing stories.

"The president himself even admitted it...If he really was withholding the money because he wanted France and Germany to pay for it. Why didn't he tell Congress at the time that was the reason why?" Goldberg said. "I want somebody I can trust. I don't have to like everything he does."

Co-host Sunny Hostin said she agreed with progressives and other Democrats demanding the House push for impeachment proceedings, noting she has always been in favor of Congress meeting its Constitutional requirement to oversee executive branch. Abby Huntsman said allegations that Trump refused to give Ukraine money unless the government gave him dirt on Biden's son amounted to "extortion."

McCain and Goldberg continued trading barbs throughout the segment, with Goldberg telling the lone conservative co-host to not be so "dismissive" of people's legitimate concerns about Trump.

"Of course I see why people are upset," McCain replied.

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