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"Never! Never! Never! Never!" That's Meghan McCain's very definitive response when asked whether she'll ever run for public office.

"I'm not a politician," the daughter of former Presidential candidate and current U.S. Senator John McCain says, adding that she can be a little thin-skinned. "When it comes to people attacking the way I look, I get a little thin-skinned, but politics, I'm fine.  If you can't handle the heat in the kitchen, then you shouldn't be in there cooking."

Instead, Meghan is carving out a career in media.  She's a New York Times best-selling author, and she's hosting a new show that's billed as a 'docu-series' called "Raising McCain."  It's part talk-show, part documentary and all aimed at the 18-34 demographic, as is the brand-new cable TV network it's on, Pivot.

Meghan joins Steve Edwards and Maria Sansone on Good Day L.A.

Fun Facts About Meghan McCain:

  • She is a daughter of U.S. Senator John McCain and Cindy Hensley McCain. McCain first received media attention in 2007 for her blog, McCain Blogette, on which she documented life on the campaign trail and mused about fashion, music, and pop culture. In 2009, she became a contributing author for The Daily Beast, and in 2011, began appearing as a contributor on MSNBC.
  • McCain originally planned to become a music journalist and interned at Newsweek and Saturday Night Live.
  • In September 2013, her road-based talk show Raising McCain is scheduled to begin on the start-up Pivot cable and satellite television channel.

(Source: Wikipedia)

The premiere episode of ‘Raising McCain' airs Saturday night, September 14th at 10:00pm on the new Pivot Network.

You can follow Meghan on Twitter at: @MeghanMcCain

 

 

 

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