McCain labelled the controversy as "epically revolting" and calling out Balenciaga was not "cancel culture."
The conservative pundit slammed the former president for his recent meeting with Kanye West and white supremacist Fuentes.
Celebrities celebrated Thanksgiving in style, showing off their cooking skills, exclusive vacations and family-filled days.
On Monday, the Republican nominee was projected to lose the race for Arizona governor to Democrat Katie Hobbs.
"This man is no icon, he has no wisdom I care to hear," wrote conservative columnist McCain in reaction to West's recent statements that were deemed antisemitic.
McCain served as the panel's conservative voice for four years, until the summer of 2021, when she departed after clashes with her co-hosts on the ABC show.
Right-wing commentator McCain described Meghan and Prince Harry as "insufferable" before criticizing the lead anecdote of the duchess' "Archetypes" podcast.
"It's totally fair for [Harry] to criticize and have concerns about what's going on in the U.S." a royal commentator said on Newsweek's "The Royal Report."
The royals have been branded hypocrites for Harry's climate change reference in his U.N. speech, despite a report that the couple "flew commercial" to NYC.
McCain said she was "shocked" by the "audacity" of Prince Harry's U.N. speech, claiming he has a "basic misunderstanding" of democracy in America.
McCain has become a vocal critic of Harry and Meghan, despite initially celebrating the couple after their interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.
"President Trump has to get re-elected—God forbid—again, or he has to just leave the national stage," McCain said of potential change in the GOP.
"They're not getting the same kind of attention they did. They've yet to replace me, which is very strange," said McCain, who left the ABC show in 2021.
McCain shared her views on Prince Harry calling the First Amendment "bonkers" on a podcast last year.
"There's a lot of abuse and a lot of toxicity," Meghan McCain told Newsweek. "And everyone experiences it no matter who you are, sadly."
"I would like to see real legal ramifications for what happened on January 6, and who's responsible," Meghan McCain told Newsweek.
"Imagine if I went on TV and I was like... 'I'm going to I need you to go outside... and put sunlight on your vagina,'" Meghan McCain told Newsweek.
"There's this feeling where if you're not a full populist and believe in the MAGA movement that you're not welcome," Meghan McCain told Newsweek.
Cawthorn claimed in a recent interview that Washington lawmakers who he's "looked up to" have invited him to orgies and done cocaine in front of him.
"Pete Buttigieg can take his electric vehicles and his bicycle, and he and his husband can stay out of our girls' bathrooms," the Republican congresswoman said.
"Dad was nicknamed one of the godfathers of the Ukrainian revolution," Meghan McCain wrote in an Instagram post of her late father, Senator John McCain.
Meghan McCain, who has said that she quit "The View" after Joy Behar took a swipe at her, slammed her former co-star in a Twitter post on Monday.
"This was selfish, reckless and stupid. This is why she shouldn't be in politics anymore," McCain reportedly said.
A heartfelt video of Joe Biden comforting Meghan McCain after her father was diagnosed with cancer has resurfaced as the host labels the president "moronic."
The two conservative commentators engaged in an hours-long Twitter battle, with both attacking the other repeatedly.
Meghan McCain made her last appearance on "The View" over the summer—and panelist Sunny Hostin says another Republican is required to balance the show.
Abby Huntsman, who appeared on "The View" between September 2018 and January 2020, has said the show "did not reflect my values."
His remarks come in response to Meghan McCain's new memoir, "Bad Republican," in which she referred to Trump's daughter and son-in-law as "funeral crashers."
Former President Donald Trump had taken repeated swipes at late Senator John McCain over the years, making his call to Meghan McCain "very uncomfortable."
Arizona Senator John McCain, who passed away in 2018, was the target of several verbal attacks from former President Donald Trump over the years.