Republican presidential candidate John McCain's wife Cindy McCain blasted "The View" on Saturday for attacking her and her husband in an interview last Friday and for not representing Americans' views and beliefs.
"In spite of what you see ... in the newspapers, and on shows like 'The View' — I don't know if any of you saw 'The View' yesterday, they picked our bones clean — in spite of what you see, that's not what the American people are saying and what they are believing," Cindy said at Saturday's 119th annual Oakland County Republican Party's Lincoln Day Dinner, ABC News reports.
During the McCains' appearance, they were asked about everything from Gov. Sarah Palin to their houses to the separation of church and state.
At one point, co-host Joy Behar told McCain that two of his campaign ads are "untrue ... they're lies."
Later, when McCain mentioned that he wanted to appoint Supreme Court justices who "strictly interpret" and "enforce" the Constitution, moderator Whoopi Goldberg asked: "Do I have to be worried about becoming a slave again?"