Meghan McCain Recalls Heated “Hot Topics” Meeting At ‘The View’: “I Remember Yelling At The Meeting”

Although Meghan McCain had expressed she didn’t like to talk about The Viewthe former co-host is once again invoking her time on the ABC talk show.

On the latest episode of her podcast, McCain recalled a moment she yelled during a meeting of the show over the wealth gap.

“I had an experience while I was working at ABC News [on The View]. I was in a particularly heated Hot Topics meeting,” McCain recalled on Meghan McCain Has Entered the Chat (via EW). “I remember yelling at the meeting that, ‘Some of you’ or ‘All of you are going to have to start interacting with people who don’t make $100,000 a year or more. You have to interact with someone who makes minimum wage on some level or another.’”

The political commentator noted that her “experience working in much of corporate media” was composed by wealthy people who “live in $20 million Upper West Side mansions or apartments and then they take their Teslas to the Hamptons or Sag Harbor on the weekend with their family and then they come back.”

“That is their life every day,” she added. “I think part of the rot in media is because they’re not talking to the working class. Is that part of the reason media is dying on the vine the way it is now?”

McCain didn’t name any of the people she was referring to. Still, she mentioned Sag Harbor, a location Sunny Hostin often talks about visiting with her family, which inspired her novel Summer on Sag Harbor.

The conservative TV personality left The View in 2021 and, in December, bashed her former co-hosts for alluding to her.

“I can’t go like a week without something being said about me on the show,” McCain said on the Dec. 27 episode of the Your Welcome with Michael Malice podcast. “The thing about The View is that I didn’t know when I signed my contract with ABC that this is forever. That, for the rest of my life, I’m going to be bullied, and yelled at, and abused, and brought up for years. I haven’t been on that show in years. I’m just trying to live my life.”

She continued, “I just didn’t know that when I signed to do this show that I have to deal with these crazy old people just yelling about me all of the time. I go whole swaths of time without thinking about them, like whole months without thinking about the show or anything. And, apparently, I am just on their minds every day. And it’s pathetic.”

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