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Another day, another regressive panelist on ABC’s The View. Senator John McCain’s (R-AZ) daughter Meghan McCain debuted Monday as the new regressive co-host for the show.
The issue of Vice President Mike Pence’s NFL stunt, in which the clamp boss stormed out of a diversion after meaningful in allege the players would kneel, was among the day’s prohibited topics.
Instead of focusing on the tangible governmental problem being protested or the clamp president’s nauseating behavior, McCain done the issue about herself.
“I’m deeply patriotic, and to me when we suspicion [my brother] could presumably get blown up in a Humvee in Iraq, it gave me solace,” she said. “So, we think, there’s a disagreement that we consider we can have a review about both things while still respecting what the National Anthem and the American dwindle meant to people like me.”
The co-hosts did not determine that NFL players should consider McCain’s feelings when determining either to criticism in invulnerability of black lives.
“People who die for the dwindle in these wars are also failing and fortifying the dwindle so that people like [Colin] Kaepernick and the rest of them can protest,” Joy Behar explained.
Sunny Hostin told McCain that she feared for her own son’s reserve when he knelt at his school football diversion due to the Trump administration’s insistance on inflaming the issue.
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