Megan McCain can no longer be called Republican, but that does not mean that she is giving up her conservative views.
Show McCain discussed his political point of view, President Donald Trump's influence on politics and affair and the navigational grief after his father's death, longtime Arizona Senator John McCain.
McCain and Jones recently lost their parents and started the interview with a talk about the grief with Co-host of the Review says she is "sad everyday."
"I do not think there is anything wrong with sharing this, I have moments in which I think it just can not do anything more without it, and it's a strange place to be in many different ways," McCain said, using her experience after losing her father to trust her feelings about politics. "As a daughter I am sad and sad I am like an American I hate this country without him in it I know it sounds horrible I do not hate America but I just hate it without its leadership I am very sad all the time I I'm struggling with this sadness and I miss in ways I could never see
McCain took another step forward, telling Jones that he thought the Republican Party had lost its character and was not the political party, in which she grew up because Trump has changed her so much. She also confirmed that she was no longer he calls Republican because the party is "so tied to being Trump."
"I'm called conservative. I mean, I'm still a member of the Republican Party, and I'm still voting for a Republican ticket, "McCain said. ̵
McCain has repeatedly spoken about his Trump, his policies, and how the President has changed the landscape of American politics, and even redirected the slogan of Trump's campaign, "Make America Great again," during the praise of his father in September 2018, saying: "Am John McCain's rike does not need to be great again, because America has always been great. "
Despite McCain's disapproval of Trump, it supports the defense of the PP and the conservative values of The View the party when its co-hosts asked whether the desires of the border or the border wall were racist. 19659002] "I think this is the problem of identity politics in this country." When a wide blow to everyone – all black people think one thing, all Spaniards think one thing, all Republicans think one – that's the way we got involved in this mess, and I am one of the people who would like to help us get out of it, "McCain said during the show.
McCain also defended Trump's supporters after the conservative commentator Tara Sethmayer said Trump and his supporters are "cult."  During an interview Jones played a clip for McCain of former presidential candidate Bob Doyle during the 1996 Republican National Convention
"If there is someone who has mistakenly attached to our party in the belief that we are not open to citizens of every race and religion, then let me remind you … tonight this Hall belongs to the [Abraham] Lincoln party, and the outputs that are clearly marked are for you to leave because I stand in this place without compromise  In response to the video, McCain said she felt it was harder to resist, so ATO Republicans who do not support Trump are less than those who do. a percentage of the Republicans support President Trump, and maybe they do it because they have no other option, but I think the Trump brand has really taken power, "McCain said. "That's why I have this kind of nobody land I am in."