Meghan McCain says she suffered a miscarriage after 'disaster' interview with Seth Meyers

Meghan McCain's new audio memoir "Bad Republican" was released on October 21. Lou Rocco/Getty Images
Meghan McCain spoke out about her 2019 miscarriage in a new audio memoir.

The miscarriage was discovered by her the day following her interview with Seth Meyers.

McCain, 37, is the father of Liberty Sage, a one year-old daughter.

Meghan McCain said that she had a miscarriage one day after appearing in an interview with Seth Meyers about "disaster".

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight's Rachel Smith McCain, McCain talked about her audio memoir "Bad Republican" and shared how she came to learn of the miscarriage.

2019: McCain was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" in 2019. He had a heated conversation with Meyers about Congresswoman Ilhan Olmar's tweets. Meyers talked about McCain's tweets that Omar had made in reference to the San Diego Chabad of Poway synagogue shooting.

McCain called the interview "a disaster" and stated to ET that it was "the worst interview I've ever done."

McCain, 37, stated in her audio memoir that she felt people only talked about the best parts of motherhood. "I went into details because there was a huge media scandal at the time on an appearance I made on Seth Meyers."

Meghan McCain called the interview she did with Seth Meyers "a disaster" NBC/Getty Images

She said that trying to manage the "chaos, huge scandal" in her professional life while also dealing with her personal life was overwhelming.

McCain stated that she was first blamed for the miscarriage after learning of it the morning after interview.

McCain stated that she found out about her miscarriage within the first 24 hours or so. "I was talking to my doctor and I actually showed her a headline. I was like, "Could this be the cause?" And then, I had to have the medical procedure.

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McCain also said that McCain wondered if her career choice had any impact on her life.

She said that she used to argue on TV for a living. "I thought if I had a more serene environment, or I was calmer or younger that this wouldn’t have happened," she explained to ET. It's not true, according to medical advice I received from my doctors. Women blame themselves when things like this happen. I don't want anyone to feel so alone. I felt very alone through the entire thing."

McCain stated that she does not feel ill-will towards Meyers.

Joy Behar was recently open about her disagreements with Joy Behar and said she "threw up” after one spat.

Meyers stated that she was grateful McCain appeared on Elle's 2019 interview.

He told Elle that although we disagreed over some issues, he appreciated the opportunity to have an important conversation.

McCain and Ben Domenech share a daughter, Liberty Sage, which she announced in July that she would be leaving "The View" after four-years.

She said that it was difficult to make the decision. It took much thought, prayer, and counsel as well as talking to my family members and close friends.

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