Kourtney Kardashian on Meghan McCain's Criticism of 40th Birthday Breakdown: Who Are You to Judge?
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The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star doesn't name names when speaking about the issue, but it is clear that she is referring to the daughter of John McCain.

AceShowbiz - Kourtney Kardashian has broken her silence after she was being criticized by "The View" co-hosts for getting emotional over turning 40 earlier this year. Stopping by "The Real" on Monday, September 16, the eldest Kardashian sister hit back at the hosts, especially Meghan McCain, over what they did during an episode of the ABC show.

Kourtney didn't name names when speaking out about the issue, but it was clear that she was referring to the daughter of John McCain. "I saw somebody -- I won't name names -- but commenting on watching that scene -- I think E! put it out before the show aired -- and they were commenting like, 'When you have all this money, how can you cry about this?' " she recalled, before calling her remarks a "bad message."

She continued, "If you have money money isn't happiness. And who are you to judge anyone's, like, whatever they're going through." Later, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star elaborated on the anxiety that she was having ahead of her 40th birthday. "I don't know if it was pressure I put on myself, but where you think you're supposed to be at that place in your life," she said. "I was like, I have all these blessings -- my kids, my home. I'm so fulfilled at my job and I still felt this thing."

Back in July, "The View" co-hosts mocked Kourtney for getting emotional over getting older. Sunny Hostin and Joy Behar were a little bit nicer and said that Kourt didn't have to feel sad because "life starts after 40." On the other hand, Meghan was a bit more critical as she pointed out that the mother of three didn't have the right to feel sad over such issues when she already has a lot of money.

"You have all the money, opportunities, life advantages and the entire world," she said at the time. "I won't feel bad for her."

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