It's looking more and more as though Stormy Daniels is a name that will appear in future history books.
No matter how you feel about adult film star-turned-whistleblower, there's no denying that she's had a tremendous impact on the most scandal-plagued administration in U.S. history.
In fact, there are many who believe Daniels might be the one to succeed where so many others have failed by bringing down the presidency of Donald Trump.
There was a time when that sentence would have seemed patently absurd (and no doubt to many, it still does).
But following the FBI raid of Michael Cohen's office and allegations that Cohen paid Daniels to keep quiet about her affair with Trump, it's looking more and more like Stormy won't be going away anytime soon.
And apparently, Meghan McCain is not pleased with the continued Storminess of the current media landscape.
Daniels appeared on The View this morning, and while most of the co-hosts seemed happy to allow Daniels to tell her story, Meghan was more interested in low-key slut-shaming.
"It seemed a little like you were just trying to get attention," McCain said.
"I understand you're being sued by our president, but it does seem like you're benefiting a lot."
McCain went on to verbalize one of the funniest phrases ever to be heard on daytime television:
"I mean, you've gone on your Make America Horny Again tour," McCain said with a straight face.
"I'm sure you're making a lot of money, no disrespect. I hadn't heard your name until all of this had happened, and now you're literally live on 'The View' giving an entire interview with us, so it has been beneficial for your career."
Meghan is a sad casualty of the times, as she was formerly a level-headed conservative who is now increasingly in the tank with the Breitbart lot.
The situation has apparently gotten so bad that she's willing to defend a man who mocked her father's military service.
Thankfully, Daniels ably defended herself pointing out that the extra publicity has not been worth the threats to her life and her family's safety.
"Yes, there's a lot of publicity, but I didn't do it for that, because this isn't what I want to be known for," Daniels said.
As for her presence during Cohen's hearing, Daniels had this to say:
"I just wanted to make my presence known and make sure that people knew that I was taking it serious.
"I know there was flack because he didn't show up to court on Friday, and I wasn't sure they were gonna discuss anything particularly relating to papers in my case, and I just wanted to be prepared and get all the facts."
Check out Daniels' full interview below: