Oprah Winfrey’s CBS interview with Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, dealt with not only royal family drama, but political issues that have American politicians and media personalities talking.

During the interview, Meghan spoke about the racism she and her family faced because she is biracial. She also spoke about her personal struggles with mental health and how unions protect workers (“At my old job, there was a union and they would protect me,” she said, referencing her time as an actress).

Here are some of the political reactions to the interview:

Rep. Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y., referenced Meghan’s comment about unions and tweeted that “everyone” needs them.

Rep. Val Demings, D-Fla., quoted Meghan’s comments about unions and tweeted in support the Protecting the Right to Organize Act, a bill that would strengthen protections for workers to organize.

Former Fox News and NBC anchor Megyn Kelly wasn’t impressed with the interview. She said Meghan and Harry were “privileged people wallowing in their own (perceived) victimhood.”

Conservative radio host Erick Erickson accused Harry and Meghan of wanting to “cancel the Royal Family.”

Online, many responded to Erickson’s tweet by noting that the American Revolution was an act of canceling the British royal family back in 1776, including Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii.

Schatz also retweeted New York Times reporter Nick Confessore, who wondered why populists were being protective of the monarchy following Meghan’s complaints about racism.

Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., retweeted Piers Morgan, who brought up accusations that Meghan bullied staff members.

Buckingham Palace said it was investigating the allegations of Meghan’s alleged bullying, and in a statement, a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said Meghan was “saddened by this latest attack on her character.”

Richard Grenell, a former acting director of national intelligence under President Donald Trump, called Meghan “the classic American woke progressive.”

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., tweeted a link to a story about Meghan saying she thought of suicide because she was so unhappy, along with the number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for anyone who has also had those feelings.

And the White House even weighed in. On Monday, press secretary Jen Psaki said it took courage for the couple to tell their story about mental health struggles.

“That’s certainly something the president believes, and he’s talked about the importance of investing in a lot of these areas that they’re committed too,” Psaki said. She said the White House would provide no additional comment on the interview because Meghan and Harry were private citizens.