BEHAR: “But Meghan, isn’t a wife supposed to bring you —“

McCAIN: “Each family dynamic is different. I have no idea. Quite frankly, I’m not really interested — you know, I mean, I had higher hopes for them than what’s panning out and I think at a certain point you have to offend somebody. Politics is all about taking a hard stand and they seem incapable — I said this before and I will say it again. They still want to be invited to New York parties here. It’s not going to happen. You’re tainted. I’m tainted. When you’re a Republican, there’s a certain segment of liberal people who don’t want you around. Try doing something significant and making a hard move and they just don’t seem capable of doing that.”

HOSTIN: “Wasn’t this foreseeable? I think we all talked about it because they have these business dealings. Right after he was elected I think Ivanka met with China and got these trademarks that they had been looking for. They haven’t disentangled themselves. I think Leon Panetta said it so well. He said, ‘When you have family members who have no clear cut role, no experience, no real understanding of the rules and a host of financial dealings that can obviously be used to manipulate you, then that is a prescription for the kind of chaos you’re seeing in the White House.’”

BEHAR: “Well, you know, that’s right. They’re all going to be gone.”

FARIS: “Do you think at the end of the day, if Trump chooses the country over his own family, is that a good thing? Or would you rather him vice versa?”

BEHAR: “I think they’re all going to end up together in prison and maybe that’s a good thing.”

FARIS: “Oh, my God.”

NAVARRO: “I wonder why they don’t look at themselves in the mirror, Ivanka and Jared, and realize they have become a liability, not an asset.”

HOSTIN: “To the country.”

BEHAR: “Wait a second. Trump is a liability to the country. I said to my husband this morning, ‘Why is he still there?’ He said, ‘Because he was elected.’”