The royal couple issued a statement saying they "have no plans" to take money from the U.S. government after Trump tweeted that "they must pay."
The "View" host says the remarks make her "beyond depressed for how we view strong, tough, empowered women."
McCain, who wore Marchesa on her wedding day, addressed the backlash the label has faced as Weinstein's trial looms.
Whoopi Goldberg and Meghan McCain clashed on "The View," with Goldberg telling McCain, "Please stop talking right now."
The moderator had people "clutching the pearls" as she tore into McCain for talking over her co-hosts on "The View."
Whoopi Goldberg didn't get the controversy over a bride costume for children after parents complained that it was inappropriate.
Meghan McCain, no stranger to being body shamed, called out a Twitter user, who was putting down McCain over her weight, on Tuesday.
"The View" co-host Meghan McCain stormed off set in front of a shocked audience after a tense standoff with guest panelist Ana Navarro.
"The View" co-host claims women in media wouldn't get away with an "obscenity-filled tirade" like Cuomo, who is being backed by CNN.
"The View" co-host, Whoopi Goldberg, seemingly blamed actress Bella Thorne over her recently-leaked nude photos.
The co-hosts of the View applauded embassies who defied a ban on flying Pride flags outside of their buildings.
"When a woman decides that she cannot do this she does what she needs to do,” Goldberg said.
O'Donnell blames her publicist for having her agree to a 20-minute interview with the author.
On “The View” Monday, Meghan McCain reacted to President Trump after he went after her father, John McCain, during a weekend tweetstorm.
The late Sen. John McCain was held captive at the prison dubbed the "Hanoi Hilton," though Trump later mocked him for being captured as a POW.
This Dec. 25 was McCain's first Christmas without her father, who passed away on Aug. 25, 2018, after battling glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer.
On "The View," while the panel was discussing the death of former President Bush, Joy Behar wanted to compare the good he did for the environment with the bad Trump is doing. But Meghan McCain wasn’t having it.
During Monday's “The View,” McCain said strong language used by teens during the March for Our Lives rally wasn't "productive."