“As a conservative woman, there’s always a level of skepticism because we’re never invited into circles, traditionally,” McCain explained. “At the Women’s March we were literally not invited to join us and we said stay home if you are pro-life.
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Adding: “In the end, the leadership of the Women’s March had strong ties to Farrakhan and a lot of anti-Semitic views, and in my opinion, extremely problematic and controversial.
But when Goldberg interrupted, claiming it was only “one of the women had a close connection [to Louis Farrakhan], not both, “McCain attempted to correct her, telling her co-host to” watch the tape of me interviewing them on the show “and decide for herself.
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“Yeah, I was there,” Goldberg replied. “You weren’t,” McCain replied.
After chatting for a bit about whether Goldberg was really there, McCain continued his argument, “I’m going to get it for you so you can see what I’m talking about,” she said. “That’s my point though! I have one problem with the Women’s March, others don’t – that’s why this topic is ridiculous. Because once again, conservative women, we just don’t have a voice in places like this.
It looks like both were right in the end, McCain first interviewed Mallory about his ties to Louis Farrakhan in March 2018, Goldberg wasn’t there. But when Mallory returned to the show in January 2019, Goldberg was there.