Meghan McCain dropped a truth bomb on her co-hosts Tuesday when she called Bill and Hillary Clinton a “virus in the Democratic party.”
The comments came during a panel discussion on “The View” about the comments the former secretary of state made in India over the weekend as she, once again, rehashed why she lost the 2016 election to President Donald Trump, blaming “married white women.”
Sarah Haines was first up and asked “why are we still talking about the campaign” and wondered why Clinton was looking back instead of forward at the problems the country’s facing.
“She ran one of the worst campaigns ever,” McCain responded. “She didn’t do the ground game in Wisconsin and North Carolina that she should have. I think at this point, if you can’t stop making this about virtue signaling and race. A lot of it was about poverty. A lot of it was about the economy. A lot of it was just this anti-washington sentiment.. anti-establishment sentiment we should have seen growing with the tea party. She’s blaming married white women…”