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When it comes to the Republican party, Meghan McCain is an exception.

On a Monday appearance on the Wendy Williams Show, McCain said that, when it comes to politics, her views are strictly Republican. But when it comes to social issues, she backs gay marriage and the legalization of marijuana, two issues that Republicans tend to strongly oppose.

When asked if she smoked marijuana, McCain responded in the affirmative.

"On occasion," said McCain, adding that it is not a regular thing.

McCain said she supports the legalization of marijuana because the tax benefits could greatly stimulate the American economy.

McCain also said that she feels that being a Republican is about following the Constitution and, because all men are created equal, that gay men should be allowed to marry.

McCain is a weekly guest on News/Talk 92.3 KTAR's Mac & Gaydos Show every Tuesday at 3:15 p.m.,

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