The View co-host Meghan McCain is currently facing a backlash from the fans regarding her commentary on President Trump's alleged affair with Stormy Daniels.
Meghan McCain Does Not Approve
On Monday, March 19, McCain revealed her true feelings about the impending face-off against President Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen and Stormy Daniels. The latest host of The View announced that Daniels's PornHub searches spiked 375 percent since the incident. She added that she was unsatisfied with the porn star during her initial press tour.
"Going forward, I want to know if she's threatened, if she knows something about the Mueller investigation. If she knows something about our national security, great. But what are we interested in?" screamed McCain in a conversation.
While Sara Haines scoffed at the notion, the show's stalwart co-host Joy Behar snidely reminded McCain that they were interested in the hush money that Daniels received for her silence. McCain asked her co-hosts if the Trump Campaign or a vessel for the organization paid Daniels off.
Co-host Sunny Hostin, who does have a background in law and served as a federal prosecutor, stated that if the Trump Campaign did pay her the hush money, then the country needs to know about how the money was used. However, McCain did not back down.
"I get it, but this is the problem. Even for me right now, I'm like, enough dancing, enough teasing. You're on your Make America Horny Again tour, I got it, but I want to know what else you have to say. It's obnoxious," said McCain.
The Fans Have It
After the intense discussion, many fans took to social media to voice their outrage against the Republican commentator. Some fans who admire her family stated the ABC talk show is not the best place for her. Others wanted the ABC Television Network to remove her.
"Good God, when is ABC going to rein in Meghan McCain. She constantly interrupts, talks over the others, and attempts to dominate the conversation. Without her father's name, she wouldn't even be on the show," wrote one Twitter user.
On the comment thread of the show's YouTube video, fans continued to bash McCain. Some of the users commented that they are tired of her talking about former President Bill Clinton's scandals. They even want the network's leaders to give her a valium.
However, when McCain revealed that she is a millennial, one fan dropped a bombshell comment.
"As a millennial, we do not claim Meghan. That is all," wrote one YouTube user.
'The View' Is Under Fire
McCain is not the only member of The View family to court controversy. On March 13, Behar admitted on live television that she called Vice President Mike Pence to apologize for a controversial comment regarding his faith.
Behar's phone call to Pence was revealed by Bob Iger, the Walt Disney Company leader, who told a group of Disney stakeholders that they believed Behar had made the right decision to apologize to the vice president.
The conservative organization, Media Research Center, started a campaign asking Behar to apologize to Vice President Pence. Their followers made more than 40,000 phone calls to both the network and the show's sponsors.
Meanwhile, Whoopi Goldberg nearly came to verbal blows with fellow Oscar winner Mo'Nique when the Precious star visited The View. Goldberg was adamant that Mo'Nique should have spoken with her regarding her whole battle with Lee Daniels, Oprah Winfrey, and Tyler Perry. However, Mo'Nique was stubborn with her point of view, and Goldberg failed to make The Parkers star see the light.