"This regime change war we've waged in Syria has not helped the Syrian people, it's made their lives worse off," 2020 presidential candidate and Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard said.
John McCain's daughter says her "beef" with the Trump family is "forever."
"You at the time said we are not electing an entertainer-in-chief, and then seemed to have a quick change of heart," she said.
"People aren't getting paid. Both sides should be adults about this, including on this show, to get it right," Meghan McCain said.
"It's hard for me to think he would be this brilliant espionage spy," Meghan McCain said.
"And I said 'How do I act Republican?' Then they figured out how to get a Republican."
McCain said there was "potentially something there" that could get Trump impeached but "absolutely" doesn't think he will be.
"I don't care what you're interested in because I'm talking," Behar said.
The View co-host told Newsweek she was in London commemorating her father's legacy.
"I had a mission and I had to do it, so I wasn't gonna stop," Granville told Newsweek.
"I find it contemptible that the McCain family couldn't seat them in a better, more respectable section."
The powerful speeches appeared to take digs at the president.
The young girl, only identified as Lexi, was diagnosed with glioblastoma.
The View host said she couldn't forget what had been said.
She was responding to an apparent reference made by Trump at a rally in Minnesota.
"This is such bad spin, even by your standards Mooch," Meghan McCain said of Anthony Scaramucci.
The manipulated photo showed John McCain's face atop the body of Virginia Tech Shooter Seung-Hui Cho, who killed 33 people at the university in 2007.
Sanders said she was "not going to get into the back and forth on this," in reference to a public apology on the McCain comment.
Cooper rattled off a list of times Trump has demanded apologies from his critics and juxtaposed it with one single apology issued by the president.
The political pundit said McCain was making his life count.
California Representative Duncan Hunter's candor came after a week of Trump surrogates hurling insults at McCain, whose announcement that he would be opposing CIA pick Gina Haspel roiled some within his own party.
"I don't understand what kind of environment you're working in when that would be acceptable and then you could come to work the next day and still have a job," Meghan McCain said.
"It doesn't matter, he's dying anyway," Kelly Sadler said during an internal meeting.
The senator's comments were "just insensitive and again, it's not appreciated at this moment."