Meghan McCain WIPES THE FLOOR With Anti-Trump Author Michael Wolff: ‘YOU ARE A LYING HACK’

Meghan McCain, the newest cohost of ‘The View,’ wiped the floor with author Michael Wolff.

Wolff wrote the bombshell new book Fire & Fury, which includes many controversial and salacious claims about President Donald Trump and his administration. The sensational book — which was released earlier than its scheduled publication date, after excerpts published last week sent political insiders into a frenzy — contains countless stories of dysfunction within the Trump administration over the last year, most of which reflects poorly on the president and those surrounding him.

“You know, Michael, your credibility is being questioned. Trump says the book is full of lies-” McCain said, before Wolff interrupted to ask who exactly was questioning his credibility.

“Let me finish,” McCain shot back. “New York Times’ Maggie Haberman, New York Times’ John Martin, David Brooks, CNN’s Alisyn Camerota, Tony Blair, Tom Barrack, Kate Walsh, Anna Wintour all denying quotes. . . . There are a lot of factual errors in here . . . How can I trust some of these quotes when, again . . . all these people are denying these quotes and stories attributed to them?”

Later in the interivew, Wolff admitted that he had quoted material from an ostensibly off-the-record dinner he hosted at his home with Roger Ailes and Steve Bannon.

McCain said, “This is why people hate journalists, by the way. It’s why I don’t believe in the concept of ‘off the record,’ this right here.”

Wolff did admit in the interview to having mixed up the names of the Berman brothers in his book — one of the several glaring factual errors the book contains — but he never addressed the other errors McCain mentioned, nor the fact that a laundry list of prominent individuals are denying having made the comments Wolff ascribes to them. While many seem intent on believing the claims in Fire and Fury, McCain’s decision to pressure Wolff for some of his mistakes revealed the author’s unwillingness or inability to account for them.