Meghan McCain: Millennials Critical to Washington

Saturday, 03 May 2014 07:09 PM

By Todd Beamon

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Meghan McCain said Washington politicians — including her father, Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain — needed to pay more attention to millennials.

"Washington is getting so many things wrong about young people," the 29-year-old Meghan McCain told Time magazine. Her father was the 2008 GOP presidential candidate.

McCain said that her new late-night political show, due out later this spring on the Pivot cable channel, should help foster greater understanding of the demographic — especially as the fall congressional elections approach. She also had a reality show, "Raising McCain," on Pivot.

Millennials — people born in the early 1980s to the early 2000s — are fiscally conservative, yet socially liberal, she told Time.

"Washington is not having a nuanced conversation about young people," she said.

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