The McCain women are making a date next week with President Trump.

It's a "let's settle this out back" kind of date, after Trump once again belittled Sen. John McCain, who's in Arizona battling brain cancer.

The latest chapter in the McCain-Trump feud started with Trump's speech Friday to an adoring crowd at a major conservative gathering, CPAC 2018.

The president physically mocked Sen. McCain's thumbs-down vote last summer against repealing Obamacare. The president acted out the thumbs down he got and the thumbs up he wanted, as the crowd booed.

McCain has limited motion in his arms owing to the torture and beatings he endured as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam.

Here's what Trump told the CPAC crowd:

"Except for one senator, who came into a room at 3 o'clock in the morning and went like that (thumbs down), we would have had health care, too. Think of that (boos from audience) ... Remember, one person walked into a room, when he was supposed to be going this way (thumbs up) and he said he was going this way (thumbs up) and he walked in and he went this way (thumbs down) and everyone said what happened, what was that all about? Who was that? I don't know, I don't know. I don't want to be controversial, so I won't use his name, OK?"

Last summer, Trump ripped McCain for his Obamacare vote at a Phoenix rally, also refusing to name him.

A short time after Friday's speech, on the taping of ABC's "The View," Meghan McCain served notice on Trump.

She and her mother will respond to the president's "pot shots against her father" at a time and a place of their choosing: next Wednesday, when Cindy McCain is scheduled to appear with Meghan on "The View."

She told the audience she heard about Trump's comments shortly before her show began:

"This just broke before I came on here. President Trump took some pot shots at my father and got the crowd to boo him. My mother's coming on ("The View") on Wednesday. Both of us will be addressing this together and we're going to talk about what it's like to have this continue to happen as a family while my father battles brain cancer. We'll be addressing it. I'm going to wait to do it with my mom."

Trump's latest insult of her father might come as a surprise to Meghan McCain.

Just three weeks ago, she told an interviewer that she had spoken to Trump after Sen. McCain was diagnosed with brain cancer last summer, and was assured he wouldn't make offensive comments again.

"I don't believe he would go there again," she said on Politico's "Women Rule" podcast. "I don't think at this point in his administration it would be beneficial to him in any way."

The bitterness between the McCains and Trump goes back to the early days of his presidential campaign, in 2015, when candidate Trump disparaged McCain's war hero status.