Meghan McCain says she suffered a miscarriage after 'disaster' interview with Seth Meyers
Meghan McCain released her new audio memoir "Bad Republican" on October 21st. Lou Rocco / Getty Images
Meghan McCain spoke about her miscarriage in 2019 in her new audio memoir.
She found out about the miscarriage the day after her interview on "Late Night with Seth Meyers".
McCain, 37, has a one-year-old daughter named Liberty Sage.
Meghan McCain announced that she miscarried just one day after appearing in a "disaster" interview with Seth Meyers.
During an interview with Entertainment Tonight's Rachel Smith, McCain spoke about her new audio memoir, "Bad Republican," and went open about how she first learned about the miscarriage.
In 2019 McCain appeared on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" and had a heated exchange with the host about Congressman Ilhan Omar. Meyers discussed how McCain linked Omar's previous tweets to the shootings at the Chabad of Poway synagogue in San Diego earlier that year.
McCain called this interview "a disaster" and told ET, "It's the worst interview I've ever done."
"I felt like people are only talking about the really good things about motherhood and they're great, but it's hard, it's physical ... and having a miscarriage is one of the worst things I've ever had," said McCain, 37, in her audio memoir. "I went into detail because there was a major media scandal about a simultaneous appearance on Seth Meyers."
Meghan McCain called her interview with Seth Meyers a "disaster". ABC / Getty Images
She went on to say that trying to deal with the "chaos and huge scandal" in her professional career while dealing with her personal life was "overwhelming".
McCain said she found out about the miscarriage the morning after the interview and initially blamed herself.
"I found out the next morning or the next day that I had a miscarriage, so I blame myself," McCain said, the outlet reported. "I talk to my doctor and say - I actually show her a headline - I thought, 'Could that have caused this?' And then I had the medical procedure afterwards."
McCain added that she wondered if her career choice had even helped.
"I used to fight on TV for a living and I thought if maybe I had a quieter environment, or a quieter person or younger, it wouldn't have happened," she said, according to ET. "I know from medical advice from my doctors that it is not true. But women blame themselves [when] this happens. I just don't want people to feel so alone. I felt throughout the whole thing really alone. "
McCain said she had no will against Meyers.
She recently spoke of her disagreement with ex-colleague Joy Behar, saying she "vomited" after a certain spit.
In a statement to Elle after the 2019 interview, Meyers said she was "grateful" that McCain appeared on the show.
"While we may not have agreed on some things, I definitely appreciated having an important conversation," he told Elle.
McCain, who shares a daughter named Liberty Sage with husband Ben Domenech, announced in July that she would be leaving "The View" after four years.
“It wasn't an easy decision,” she said at the time. "It took a lot of thought, advice and prayer and conversation with my family and close friends."
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