Meghan McCain is angry.
During a rally on Wednesday, Donald Trump attacked U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell over her support for impeachment, suggesting that her late husband Rep. John Dingell was “looking up” from hell at her actions.
On Thursday’s “The View”, McCain slammed Trump, along with his wife Melania and his daughter Ivanka.
“The Be Best anti-bullying crap, I don’t want to hear any more from anybody,” she said, referring to Melania’s anti-bullying campaign.
“I don’t want to hear it from Ivanka, I don’t want to hear it from Melania, until you get him in line when it comes to disparaging people,” she added. “When you’re disparaging widows and people who have served the country and war heroes who are passed — again, I know something about it — until you get [him] in line, you are complicit in this as well.”
Turning her ire to Trump himself, McCain continued, “There is a special kind of horrific monstrosity in this man that does this type of thing to widows.”
“Everything is so politicized,” she went on. “And then you see him doing a rally in front of supporters cheering for someone’s death and cheering for a beloved WWII hero and congressman, and making pain of a family’s Christmastime and grief exponentially worse.”
McCain added that she was particularly struck by the cruelty of Trump’s words.
“And I don’t understand — if you have no heart, fine,” she said. “I said yesterday I’d given up on Trump having a conscience or a heart — but the politics of it are so blanking dumb because all the capital you just gained by the complete partisanship that I saw with the impeachment process, he just lost. Because it’s cruel.”