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Meghan McCain tweets about Whoopi Goldberg’s terse reaction in viral segment about Meghan Markle

‘Bums me out’: Meghan McCain tweets about Whoopi Goldberg’s terse reaction in viral segment about Meghan Markle and the royal family

Meghan McCain reacted to Whoopi Goldberg’s viral reaction to her words on the Oprah Winfrey interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Wednesday.

McCain, 36, tweeted ‘Bums me out’ in response to a tweet from People teasing a story detailing the exchange that took place Tuesday on The View.

The viral segment involving Goldberg detailed Piers Morgan walking off of Good Morning Britain amid a controversial discussion over the palace.

Following McCain's statement, Goldberg paused and shook her head before saying, 'Okay,' garnering a stir of viral attention on social media.

The latest: Meghan McCain, 36, reacted to Whoopi Goldberg’s viral reaction to her words on the Oprah Winfrey interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Wednesday

On The View, McCain declared herself as a ‘red-blooded, 100 percent American who’ celebrates freedom anyway she can.

She continued: ‘Monarchies are stupid, the American experiment is the way to go.

‘If we have two American women – Meghan Markle and Oprah Winfrey – who are single-handedly finishing what George Washington and our Revolutionary counterparts did, I’m all for it.’

Following McCain’s statement, Goldberg paused and shook her head before saying, ‘Okay,’ garnering a stir of viral attention on social media.

McCain tweeted 'Bums me out' in response to a tweet from People teasing a story detailing the exchange that took place Tuesday on The View.

McCain tweeted ‘Bums me out’ in response to a tweet from People teasing a story detailing the exchange that took place Tuesday on The View.

McCain said it 'bums me out' in regards to the exchange that took place Tuesday on The View

McCain said it ‘bums me out’ in regards to the exchange that took place Tuesday on The View 

McCain said on the ABC show, 'Monarchies are stupid, the American experiment is the way to go'

McCain said on the ABC show, ‘Monarchies are stupid, the American experiment is the way to go’

Amid the reaction, McCain doubled down on her words in a tweet later Tuesday.

‘I am extremely patriotic,’ she said. ‘I love the founding fathers. I don’t know why this is shocking or confusing for anyone has met me for even five seconds…’ 

Comedian Justin Martindale, in reaction to the viral moment, tweeted, ‘It’s 2021 and we are all Whoopi.’

McCain drew further ire in drawing a parallel between her experiences and Markle’s.

‘In no way am I comparing any of my life experiences to Meghan Markle,’ she said, ‘but, I do know what it’s like to be on a TV show or a political campaign where people are leaking stories about you with the sole intention to make you look bad, and let me tell you, it would do a number on your mental health like you wouldn’t believe. It will make you feel isolated. It will make you feel paranoid.’

Comedian Justin Martindale, in reaction to the viral moment, tweeted, 'It's 2021 and we are all Whoopi'

Comedian Justin Martindale, in reaction to the viral moment, tweeted, ‘It’s 2021 and we are all Whoopi’

Details: McCain drew further ire in drawing a parallel between her experiences and Markle's

Details: McCain drew further ire in drawing a parallel between her experiences and Markle’s

A show insider told Page Six in response, ‘The only thing they have in common is their name.

‘If the staff and producers liked you, those stories wouldn’t be getting out,’ the source said. ‘You don’t see them getting out about anyone else. No one’s running around talking about Whoopi.

‘It’s shocking how [McCain] behaves. If she doesn’t want things leaked, don’t do things to get leaked.’

The View can be seen Monday thru Friday at 11/10c on ABC. 

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