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Meghan McCain called Donald Trump Jr. during his Thursday performance at The View, confronting him about the divisions of his families against veterans, and asked, "Are you okay?"

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Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle appeared on The View on Thursday morning, where they clashed with the hosts in their powerful defense of President Donald Trump during the 5000th installment of the show.

In the second part of the interview, Don Jr went hand in hand with Meghan McCain, who called his family because he used divisive language that has hurt many people, especially veterans with golden stars.

& # 39; You and your family have hurt many people and hurt many people, including the Khan family who were a golden star family that I believe should be respected because of your son's loss. Does this make you feel good? & # 39; McCain asked.

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Meghan McCain

Meghan McCain

Meghan McCain called Donald Trump Jr. during his Thursday performance at The View, confronting him about the divisions of his families against veterans, and asked, "Are you okay?"

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She referred to the Khan family whose son died in the army. The Khan family appeared at the 2016 Democratic National Convention to honor their son, but they were later mocked by Trump during the event.

Faced with the spotlight, Don Jr. said. that he is not & # 39; good & # 39; but doubled in his support for his father.

& # 39; I don't think this makes me feel good, but I think we got in because we wanted to do what's good for America, & # 39; Trump replied.

& # 39; My father has worked tirelessly to bring back the American dream that has seen politicians without business experience sending that American dream abroad to countries that hate our gut, & # 39; he added.

He then continued to rattle with statistics about how the Trump administration has reduced unemployment among minority groups.

She referred to the Khan family whose son died in the army. The Khan family appeared at the 2016 Democratic National Convention to honor their son, but they were later mocked by Trump during the event

She referred to the Khan family whose son died in the army. The Khan family appeared at the 2016 Democratic National Convention to honor their son, but they were later mocked by Trump during the event

She referred to the Khan family whose son died in the army. The Khan family appeared at the 2016 Democratic National Convention to honor their son, but they were later mocked by Trump during the event

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McCain intervened: & I think character in politics is important. It was how I was brought up. It is how I view America's lens. I understand what you are saying about policy, but when you talk about attacking gold-star families who have made the ultimate sacrifice and hurt you – do you feel this is worth it? & # 39;

& # 39; He calls a lot of those golden star families and he takes great care of those people, & # 39; Trump replied.

& # 39; Call it, & # 39; McCain challenged. Trump pointed and changed the subject.

& # 39; He must call the Khans and apologize, & # 39; McCain remarked.

Then the conversation was about Donald Trump's controversial relationship with the late senator John McCain with another Sunny Hostin who said: & your father attacked her father & # 39 ;.

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& # 39; I understand that and I am sorry. They did have differences, I agree, & said Trump.

& # 39; For me it would not have been worth it. This would not have been worth it. And I think people can go to the moment my father had stopped someone from saying that Obama was a Muslim, and the pain, inflicting pain on so many people would not have been worth it to me or people in the White House . So I just want to know, is it worth it? & # 39; McCain said.

In the second part of the interview, Don Jr went hand in hand with Meghan McCain, who called his family because he used divisive language that has hurt many people, especially veterans with golden stars.

In the second part of the interview, Don Jr went hand in hand with Meghan McCain, who called his family because he used divisive language that has hurt many people, especially veterans with golden stars.

In the second part of the interview, Don Jr went hand in hand with Meghan McCain, who called his family because he used divisive language that has hurt many people, especially veterans with golden stars.

& # 39; I don't think this makes me feel good, but I think we got in because we wanted to do what's good for America, & # 39; Don Jr. answered

& # 39; I don't think this makes me feel good, but I think we got in because we wanted to do what's good for America, & # 39; Don Jr. answered

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& # 39; I don't think this makes me feel good, but I think we got in because we wanted to do what's good for America, & # 39; Don Jr. answered

& # 39; I think it depends on the hat I am wearing. For me as a citizen and father of children in New York City, you know, it's not exactly peaches and cream for us either, & Trump replied before echoing his father's work in the country.

Kimberly Guilfoyle then stopped and claimed that unworthiness in politics is going either way.

& # 39; Not a nicer person. I considered him my friend. I miss him. I understand your loss … It breaks my heart to hear someone say something about your father and I know how hard it is, & Guilfoyle told McCain.

& # 39; And I know how difficult it is for him if everyone attacks his family, they are outside our apartment, they want to put him in prison. This is tough. I wish there would be more politeness in politics & she said.

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Cutting Whoopi Goldberg said: & Can someone just say sorry? & # 39;

McCain then turned and turned to Guilfoyle with the words: & # 39; My last comment, and then I have no more questions for you. If you believe that, and Kimberly we worked together and I really know you, bring the politeness back. You can do it. You are in the White House. & # 39;

Trump appeared on the show to discuss his new book Triggered.

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