"It's a shame that your colleague didn't have the courage to come on and have this conversation with me," Mary Trump said of the noticeably absent co-host, McCain.
McCain appeared to call supporters of Dan Bailey, who accosted the Fox News host in a shop over the weekend, "hypocrites" who have "lost the plot."
Speculation is growing over the conservative figure who will be chosen to replace Meghan McCain on the ABC show.
A recent study said that 60 percent of Fox News vaccine segments either suggested that they were dangerous, unnecessary or a form of government control.
The conservative pundit is leaving the show at the end of July.
Meghan McCain has never been afraid to give her opinions—even if that means locking horns with her fellow contributors.
The vice president has said she plans to visit the border but has not set a date yet.
The legal analyst returned to the network eight months after he was caught exposing himself during a work Zoom call.
'The View' co-host threw her support behind Cheney as the GOP considers ousting the Wyoming congresswoman from leadership role.
The Russian opposition leader appeared by video link in a court hearing as he appealed a defamation conviction.
The TV host claimed identity politics were becoming more important than qualifications, leading many to ask exactly how she got her job.
Joe Biden's press secretary says the president's move is "absolutely not the same thing" as Donald Trump's child separation policy.
On "The View" on Monday, McCain complained about the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and the fact that she's unaware of when or how she'd be eligible to receive it.
"I don't want to see any more violence, and I'm actually scared about what the future holds," Meghan McCain said.
The television personality responded to conservative backlash Cheney has received since voting to impeach the former president last month.
"If I didn't have a four month old and wasn't still nursing I would be drinking QUITE a lot of whiskey tonight," Meghan McCain tweeted Wednesday.
"I think we need to consider all the possibilities. I'm not against sending these people to Gitmo," Megan McCain said while speaking about the Capitol rioters on "The View" on Monday.
"This is THE REAL problem facing the Arizona GOP, my mom!" Meghan McCain said, after the Maricopa County Republican Party voted to censure Cindy McCain.
"I have felt the majesty of our country in those walls. And nobody can take that from any of us," Hager said on Thursday morning.
McCain, a Republican, reacted with anger to a tweet on Saturday by the Arizona GOP disparaging her late father.
The co-host of The View was angered by Trump's criticism of her father, tweeting, "It kills you that no one will ever love you."
"I am pretty sure evermore is the f****n coolest album Taylor has ever made," tweeted Williams, one of many celebrities sharing their love about the new album.
Meghan McCain shared a photo of her late father with the caption: "I like people who don't lose Arizona."
In 2015, President Donald Trump said the late Senator John McCain, a U.S. Navy veteran and former POW, was "not a war hero."
"Feeling overwhelmed with nostalgia and warm sentiments about the circle of life," McCain wrote about November 3 on Instagram
Meghan previously called her "Nana" the "epitome of strength and grace" and "an American treasure" when tweeting about her casual 107th birthday in 2019.
"I realize now I was so immature. I just took life as it came — still do," McCain said to "Vogue" in 2008.
McCain tweeted about more than Baskin's bad dance moves.
"The woman the GOP picked as their 'proud' Latina to tout 'immigrant experience' didn't seem to know that Puerto Rico is already part of the United States," the Democratic congresswoman tweeted.
"Over 6 thousand Covid patients shoved into nursing homes killing over 6,000 elderly."