Meghan McCain is facing a fallout after asking for Dr Anthony Fauci’s firing as she hadn’t received the coronavirus vaccines despite being an important figure.
While Monday’s episode of “The View,” McCain shared how “annoyed” she is with Dr Anthony after his appearance on CNN’s “State Of the Union.” McCain played a short segment of his interview with USA Today’s Dana Bash. Fauci rejected advocating whether vaccinated grandparents are out of danger to see their unvaccinated grandchildren yet.
Biden government’s top health adviser, Fauci, said, “There will be suggestions coming out. I don’t want to be making suggestions now on public TV, in front of the entire nation. I would want to sit down with experts and take a look at that.”
McCain, 36, told the truth that Fauci “can’t tell me that if I receive the vaccine, I can have food with my family” is “severely inconsistent messaging.”
Though she wants “to be responsible and probably wait my turn,” McCain named the rollout a “disaster” and stated that she should’ve already been vaccinated.
“The fact that I, Meghan McCain, the only host of ‘The View’, don’t know how or when I will be able to get a vaccine. As the rollout for my age range and my well-being is so vague, I have no idea how and when I get it,” Meghan said. “I want to get the vaccine.
The late Sen. John McCain’s daughter went back to “The View” following three months off from hosting the show after her daughter’s birth.
However, McCain acknowledged that former United States President Donald Trump was also accused of the distribution of the vaccines.