Commentator Meghan McCain, a former co-host of ABC’s “The View,” is speaking out after she claims unfair comparisons were made between her and the president’s son Hunter Biden on the show. , accused a former colleague.
“I can’t go a week without someone saying something about me on the show,” she said in an interview on Michael Maris’ podcast. “What I didn’t realize when I signed the contract for ‘The View’ is that this is forever…I’m going to be bullied, yelled at, abused and raised for years. I haven’t been on that show in years and I’m just trying to live my life.”
McCain referenced a recent segment on his popular daytime talk show in which host Ana Navarro defended the president’s son, Biden, saying, “Look, Hunter Biden changed his last name.” Did it affect you?” he said. Yes, he did. So did half of Washington. The people sitting at this table did it. ”
McCain said in a social media post the same day that he would consider possible legal action against the show over the comments, writing: “I have never been accused of a crime in my life and I am a patriotic American.” .
During a podcast appearance this week, she complained that she “didn’t know I had to deal with like crazy old people yelling at me all the time.”
“I go months without thinking about them,” she said of her former co-hosts. “And apparently I just think about them every day. And it’s pathetic.”
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