The daughter of late Republican Senator John McCain said "shame on everyone" as she predicted that President Donald Trump would win again.
"I understand that he's controversial, I understand that he's offended a lot of people but I also understand, he took on the establishment and that's the premier in American politics these days to do that," Donald Trump Jr. said of his father, President Donald Trump.
During an appearance on The View, Cory Booker told co-host Meghan McCain, "We've had more people die in America in my lifetime than in every single war combined," after she asked how he was going to impose mandatory gun buybacks.
In an upcoming interview on PBS' 'Firing Line,' Meghan McCain addressed her fear for the future of the Republican Party, while also speaking about her father's legacy.
"Everyone can see the atrocities that are happening right now in Syria with the Kurds," McCain argued on ABC's "The View."
The daughter of the late Senator John McCain questioned why "tough women who don't put up with any s***" are described as "unhinged."
Meghan McCain took another personal swipe at counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway Tuesday, jabbing her with a dismissive comment that many of McCain's own critics threw right back at her.
The View's Meghan McCain challenged her liberal leaning co-hosts and House Democrats to finally impeach President Donald Trump because she's sick of hearing "everybody bitch" and complain.
"Laura Ingraham said I was too plus-sized to be on TV. Shout out Laura, I'm on 'The View' and you're not" McCain said on Monday's episode of "The View."
Celebrities and media figures weighed in after James Corden ridiculed fellow late-night TV host Bill Maher over a "fat-shaming" segment in which Maher said overweight Americans should be criticized and not simply accepted.
"If you're talking about going and taking people's guns from them there's going to be a lot of violence," McCain said on 'The View' Wednesday.
"The View" returned from hiatus and it's still just as confusingly passionate as ever.
Tom Steyer said the removal of corporations from controlling the U.S. government and reversing the effects of climate change are the two most urgent pieces of his 2020 platform.
"For anyone who needs reminding of how a lot of Republicans like me were raised and how we view the world," McCain tweeted.
McCain called herself "one of Omar's most vocal critics" but condemned Trump's comments about the congresswoman.
Meghan McCain says Republicans are acting "deeply cowardly" for staying silent after Donald Trump's inflammatory tweets on the weekend.
Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang defended several non-mainstream platform points from skeptical 'The View' hosts Monday.
The shirts were created by VoteVets and Rags of Honor, who plan to hand them out at Trump's Independence Day celebration.
The daughter of late Arizona Senator John McCain has been a co-host of the ABC morning roundtable chat show since October 2017.
Meghan McCain cited her father to criticize comparison of migrant detention centers to torture facilities in Tuesday's episode of The View.
Avenatti wrote: "Other than being born as the daughter to John McCain, can someone please again remind me what the hell Meghan McCain has ever accomplished in her life?"
"B---h - I vacation in Cornville and my favorite restaurant is PF Chang's. Who exactly do you think you're talking about?" Meghan McCain tweeted.
"I'm very straight in what I believe and so is she, we're gonna fight. And I don't care if you call me a bitch."
"This went off the rails," Fox News anchor Leland Vittert reacted.
McCain also pointed out that the warship was actually named for her grandfather and great grandfather "who were the very first four-star admirals in the Navy."
"On behalf of the entire McCain family," she wrote, "Please be respectful to all of us."
Co-host Greg Gutfeld even joked he sends Watters death threats himself.
"You're asking her to be careful about her language and I'd ask everyone to be careful about theirs," Meyers said.
"We had it done except for one vote," Trump said, referring to John McCain's vote against an Obamacare repeal.
"This discriminatory policy will lead Transgender service members, patriots who have decided to serve their nation, to live in the shadows," McCain said.