Meghan McCain: Women would be called 'crazy bitches' if they acted like male Trump allies

 
"When you’re bringing up the deep state, when you’re blaming the media, you’ve already lost," McCain said during a segment on "The View" in reference to Trump allies making the rounds on the Sunday political shows such as White House adviser Stephen MillerStephen MillerConservatives slam Warren's call to put transgender women in women's prisons Immigrants are an economic boon to America Giuliani's unofficial role allowed him to avoid White House disclosure rules: report MORE and conservative talk show host Mark LevinMark Reed LevinTrump wants To 'deescalate,' but will his supporters let him? CNN settles lawsuit with Covington Catholic student: report Rush Limbaugh renews radio contract with 'long-term' deal MORE

"I will say, if any of the women on this show behaved the way some of the men were behaving, we would be hysterical maniac crazy bitches all over the internet, and these guys get away with behaving like that," she added to applause from the live studio audience in New York. 

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"I was so angry. But the blatant sexism, the way some of these men are being covered and the way we’re covered in the media — I was furious. I was, like, if any of us went on TV, dropping F-bombs, screaming into the camera in, like, this direct way with props behind us, we would all be fired," McCain added.