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Meghan McCain not only thinks that Bernie Sanders is selfish, she believes that is the reason Millennials relate to him so well.
“I think Bernie Sanders is incredibly selfish,” said the Fox News Channel co-host on “The Five” Tuesday. “I have never been inspired by this man. I continue to not be inspired by this man. Maybe he’s relating to Millennials because of how selfish and ridiculous he is.”
McCain, the daughter of U.S. Senator John McCain, discussed Sanders’ refusal to drop out of the presidential race despite the fact that it is mathematically impossible for him to be the Democratic nominee.
“I think Bernie Sanders is running specifically for his own agenda at this point,” she said. “There’s no foreseeable pathway for him to become the nominee and I think he wants to burn this thing to the ground metaphorically.”
McCain called it “bizarre” that Sanders contends there is a conspiracy against him and will battle Clinton all the way to the Democratic National Convention.
“His supporters, who I interview and talk to all the time, so many of them are not rational. Nothing has been stolen here. She has won fair and square,” McCain said, referring to Clinton securing the needed delegates to clinch the party’s nomination.
McCain noted that with all the previous concern about chaos erupting at the Republican Party’s upcoming convention, it is the Democrats who will probably be facing a “crazy and really dirty” convention.
“I’m so glad I’m not a Democrat right now and I’m glad I’m not working on HiIllary Clinton’s campaign,” she said.
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