Meghan McCain glares at Vice President Mike Pence as he speaks at her father's funeral

Meghan McCain looked daggers at Vice President Pence as he spoke at her father’s funeral Friday.

Sen. John McCain is lying in state in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda, where only 30 Americans have had the same honor.

Meghan McCain sat next to her 106-year-old grandmother, Roberta McCain — Sen. John McCain's mother — as Pence explained that the President had asked him to attend, drawing glares from ABC’s “The View” co-host.

“It is deeply humbling to stand before you today at the United States Capitol to commemorate the life and service of an American patriot, Sen. John McCain,” Pence said.

“The President asked me to be here on behalf of a grateful nation to pay a debt of honor and respect to a man who served our country throughout his life in uniform and in public office and it’s my great honor to be here,” he said.

Meghan McCain’s non-verbal language even drew attention from the Twittersphere.

“I feel like Meghan McCain is trying to set Pence on fire with her mind,” said Kaore Bonell.

“Meghan McCain’s face says it all,” said user Stuguru.

Meghan McCain rebuked Trump for mocking her father — not least for voting “no” on whether Congress should repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

“[Trump’s] comments are never going to be OK with me, especially at this moment in my life. I’m never going to forgive it,” she said on The View’s stage. “I’m never going to move on from it.”