Meghan McCain had harsh words for former president Bill Clinton on “The View” on Wednesday, claiming the Democrats need to part ways from the Clintons if they want a future.
In an interview with NBC’s Craig Melvin, Clinton stated that he didn’t owe Monica Lewinsky an apology. “I do not. I have never talked to her,” said Clinton. “But I did say publicly on more than one occasion that I was sorry.”
Clinton later backtracked on his comments saying, “I got hot under the way that the questions were asked the collar because of the way that the questions were asked.”
On Wednesday’s episode of “The View,” Meghan McCain harshly criticized Clinton. “Why do they always get a pass?” asked McCain.
“This is the part that I don’t understand: I watched the original Craig Melvin interview, and you should expect this question in the era of #MeToo, and you are a notorious philanderer, with, and he called Monica Lewinsky ‘her,’ he talked about being $16 million in debt. I’m supposed to feel sorry for you when you leave the White House?”
“That was very Trumpian,” responded Joy Behar.
“It was,” replied McCain. “The Clintons are continuing to get a pass in the media, and it was very obvious that the man who was once the great orator, ‘I feel your pain.’”
“That man is long gone, because he totally screwed up that interview, he had to apologize again on Stephen Colbert, and it is a different era, and going forth on what we are pivoting on in the last segment, you have to get away from the Clintons, if the Democrats have any future whatsoever,” she continued. “Everything about them is problematic.”