Meghan McCain has been praised by fans for her inspiring words about the importance of "listening to each other". The conservative talk show host, who quit The View in 2021 over claims of a toxic work environment, recently broke her silence about a 2019 miscarriage, sharing that she took hope in the fact that her child was "in heaven with my Dad," the late Senator John McCain.
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Now she has appeared on a new podcast with Amanda de Cadenet in which they had "hard conversations" about "everything from pregnancy loss to postpartum depression to death, grief, and toxic workplaces" as well as "abortion to the Kavanaugh confirmation" and admitted that although they shared different opinions they "actually listened to each other".
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"And I think we’re better off for it. These are the kinds of conversations more of us need to be having. Raw, real, and paradigm-shifting. I don’t want my world to be small - I love different opinions, I love debating, I love being challenged," she shared.
Fans were quick to applaud her, with many sharing that they often have differing beliefs from the mom-of-one but that they love hearing her point of view.
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"You have to be able to listen and hear other people's point of view!! That is how change happens," commented one fan as another shared: "Someone asked me recently if I could spend an evening chatting and drinking wine with anybody, who would it be? My answer was you."
"May not always agree with certain things, but I’ve learned so much from you," revealed a follower.
Meghan took to social media to share the video
Meghan and her husband Ben Domenech sadly lost their child in 2019.
The political commentator admitted on a podcast with People magazine that the only thing that gives "peace and solace" is that she feels "like that child is with my dad in the afterlife or in heaven," adding: "And for whatever reason, it wasn't meant to be here at that time."
"It was one of the darkest times in my life. It's like every sense in my body was overwhelmed and then I was heartbroken," she shared.
Liberty looking at a portrait of John McCain
Senator McCain died in August 2018.
Meghan and Ben are now parents to 15-month-old daughter Liberty.
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