Meghan McCain on Pelosi-Trump feud: 'Put this crap aside' and 'work together for America'

Meghan McCain on Pelosi-Trump feud: 'Put this crap aside' and 'work together for America'
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Meghan McCainMeghan Marguerite McCainMeghan McCain clashes with Joy Behar as the 'sacrificial Republican' on 'The View' Delaney: Trump's remarks on accepting intel from foreign entity show he's not 'one-quarter of the man' McCain was Meghan McCain: 'I feel slighted as a conservative' by Biden flip-flop on Hyde Amendment MORE blamed both sides for the heightened vitriol in Washington in recent days between Democratic leaders and President TrumpDonald John TrumpNew EPA rule would expand Trump officials' powers to reject FOIA requests Democratic senator introduces bill to ban gun silencers Democrats: Ex-Commerce aide said Ross asked him to examine adding census citizenship question MORE, with the "The View" co-host declaring "we have to put this crap aside" to "work together for America" during Thursday's episode of the ABC opinion show. 

The commentary from the daughter of the late Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainVeterans group to hand out USS John McCain T-shirts for July 4 on the National Mall Will we ever have another veteran as president? Meghan McCain clashes with Joy Behar as the 'sacrificial Republican' on 'The View' MORE (R-Ariz.) comes after Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiThe Hill's Morning Report - In exclusive interview, Trump talks Biden, Iran, SCOTUS and reparations Lawmakers 'failed us' says ICE chief Pelosi, Democratic leaders seek to quell liberal revolt over border bill MORE (D-Calif.) said Trump's family should stage an "intervention" after he threw what she described as a "temper tantrum" at an Oval Office meeting Wednesday that was originally planned to discuss infrastructure. The president denied the claim while saying he won't be able to negotiate with Democrats until all "phony investigations" into his administration are ceased. 
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“I don’t understand why Nancy Pelosi was talking about [Trump] engaging in a cover-up before a meeting, I don’t know why he took the meeting,” McCain said. “It’s the worst kind of party posturing on both sides. Joe BidenJoe BidenThe Hill's Morning Report - In exclusive interview, Trump talks Biden, Iran, SCOTUS and reparations Biden to debate for first time as front-runner Rules for first Democratic primary debates announced MORE’s message of working with the other side is looking really good to me. America can do so much better than this.”
 
 
“I don’t really appreciate this false equivalency,” Behar said. “Let’s not forget that Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellEXCLUSIVE: Trump on reparations: 'I don't see it happening' Overnight Health Care — Sponsored by Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids — Trump issues order to bring transparency to health care prices | Fight over billions in ObamaCare payments heads to Supreme Court Hillicon Valley: Senate bill would force companies to disclose value of user data | Waters to hold hearing on Facebook cryptocurrency | GOP divided on election security bills | US tracking Russian, Iranian social media campaigns MORE famously said — let’s remind everybody, when Obama got into office, his main objective was to obstruct Obama. This business of Nancy Pelosi is just as bad as he is is a bunch of baloney, in my opinion.”
 
“As long as you demonize all Republicans, even the spirit of what you just said makes me not want to have a conversation with you,” McCain said. "We have to put this crap aside, all of us here at 'The View' as well, and politicians in D.C."
 
"At a certain point, we have to work together for America," the former Fox News host added. "I, for one, am sick of party politics and what happened in the past. There’s blame everywhere all around." 
 
Big-tickets items such as infrastructure and immigration appear to be put on hold as rising talk of impeachment continues to grip Washington.