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Tags: Fox News | Hillary Clinton | Meghan McCain | election | blame game

Meghan McCain: Hillary Election Excuses 'Unpatriotic, Pathetic'

Fox News' "Outnumbered"

By    |   Thursday, 04 May 2017 04:15 PM

Hillary Clinton's explanation for her 2016 presidential loss is "deeply unpatriotic," according to Fox News commentator Meghan McCain.

In Thursday remarks on "Outnumbered," the daughter of Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., added "it's not good for America to keep reliving the sins of the election."

"I find her behavior deeply unpatriotic and quite pathetic," McCain added.

McCain said she has personal experience with a devastating political loss — but the losing candidate must move on from it.

"I have been there on election night, front and center, when you lose in an embarrassing fashion to a phenomenon," she said of her father's White House bid.

"On election night, my family prayed together talked about how blessed we were, and in that moment, elected to move on."

Clinton said Tuesday she took responsibility for her November loss but blamed FBI Director James Comey's 11th-hour letter to Congress about an FBI probe linked to her and WikiLeaks' publication of Democratic emails for her loss.

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