REPORT: Meghan McCain defends her comments about national anthem protests


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Meghan McCain defended herself Friday after “The View” audience appeared to give her the cold shoulder over her comments on the national anthem protest debate.

“I never go on TV and do or say anything because it’s easy – I say it because it’s what I believe in,” McCain said in a tweet. “I ardently believe in standing for our flag, and I am not scared of an audience in front of me or behind the camera. I would be scared if I were a phony, betraying my values.”

The article goes on to state the following:

McCain was the odd one out among the hosts on the morning talk show. In response to the NFL’s new national anthem policy and President Trump’s support of it, McCain said she would “never be OK” with someone disrespecting the American flag.

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