This past week, Senator John McCain was readmitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to continue his recovery from the prior cancer treatment. McCain has been undergoing radiation and chemotherapy as part of his cancer treatments, and these have severely impacted his overall state of health.He missed a full week on the Senate floor, and before his admittance on Wednesday, fellow members of the Senate have raised their concerns on McCain’s depleting energy. His colleagues have noticed that he has a much more fragile manner lately.
On Friday, when Trump learned that McCain had been readmitted, he immediately called McCain’s wife – Cindy McCain – to give the whole family his best wishes and see how everything was going. The White House reported that the President simply wanted to check up on the family and offer his well wishes.
Even among times of conflict, President Trump takes the high road. McCain has made the Trump’s presidency a long and difficult one thus far, yet Trump still has the maturity to check in on the McCain family in times of trouble. This is the perfect man to run our country.
The entire Trump family has proven their compassion and kindness – even in the face of adversity. They are role models for all Americans.
McCain is the first victim That Trump Will Remove From Office Thanks To The British Spy
McCain is the first victim That Donald Trump Will Remove From Office Thanks To The British Spy
John McCain is blowing a gasket after his part as Hillary Clinton’s mystery specialist has quite recently been outed by Sir Andrew Wood, a previous English represetative to Moscow.
Wood’s chance in Moscow was spent managing the English insight officers or English government agents. As the head “spymaster,” Wood was drawn closer by John McCain in November 2016, directly after Trump won the presidential race.
McCain was found lying, “Upon examination of the contents, and unable to make a judgment about their accuracy, I delivered the information to the director of the FBI.
That has been the extent of my contact with the FBI or any other government agency regarding this issue.” Truly? No, John McCain was circling Canada with it, demonstrating it to God just knows what number of individuals, as Sir Andrew Wood announced.
All in all, that is the million dollar question — how did Jon McCain get the dossier? From every angle, McCain is the primary connect to have it and that bodes truly gravely for him as examinations no uncertainty are coming.
McCain’s so frightened, he was up at first light on Friday, going on an against Trump tweet frenzy. Trump let him know, it’s all finished by re-tweeting Sean Hannity’s “Tick, Tock” post, sending the message that there is no place to cover up and heads will roll.
Senator John McCain along with Senator Lindsey Graham, have been stoking the violent flames of the radical left wing. These 2 have become champions of socialism and a leftist radical violent movement, that suppress free speech and attack Cabinet members like Betsy Devos.
They incite the leftist, with their constant attack on the President of the United States Donald J Trump. Who was fairly elected by the American people. Both of these disgraced Senators, foaming from their mouths for WAR with Russia, have connected with the Progressive left wing and enjoy many appearances on Anti-Trump Cable networks like MSNBC and CNN.
Where were Senators McCain and Graham when Hillary Clinton sold Uranium to the Russians? I would say that is a MUCH larger offense than President Trump’s stance on peace between the 2 countries.
Where were Senators McCain and Graham when President Obama and Hillary Clinton used a hoaxy “RESET” Button between the 2 countries?
Where were Senators McCain and Graham when Obama before his next election gave the previous President of Russia Medvedev, a wink and a nod?
The reason for their terrible behavior is; both Senator John McCain and Senator Lindsey Graham had failed Presidential campaigns. The people of America, rejected them.
If they continue with their dangerous rhetoric? it could incite their new base (Progressive Liberals) to conduct more acts of violence towards other Americans, since they feel justified that 2 RINOs attack the President of the United States as well.
President Donald Trump responded Tuesday to Republican Sen. John McCain’s pointed Monday night speech, suggesting that the senator should “be careful” because Trump will “fight back.”
“I hear everything,” Trump told WMAL radio when asked if he heard what McCain said in his speech Monday. “People have to be careful because at some point I fight back.”
In his Philadelphia speech, where McCain was to accept the National Constitution Center’s Liberty Medal in recognition of his service to the US, McCain blasted “half-baked, spurious nationalism.”
“To refuse the obligations of international leadership and our duty to remain the last, best hope of Earth for the sake of some half-baked, spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems is as unpatriotic as an attachment to any other tired dogma that Americans consigned to the ash heap of history,” McCain said.
He added that “we live in a land made of ideals, not blood and soil,” referencing a Nazi slogan that white nationalists chanted during a Charlottesville, Virginia, rally in August.
“We have a moral obligation to continue in our just cause, and we would bring more than shame on ourselves if we don’t,” McCain continued.
McCain responded to Trump’s comments on Tuesday, denying that he was attacking the president specifically but also saying that he’s “faced some pretty tough adversaries in the past.”
“I’m not interested in confronting the president,” he said. “I’m interested in working with the president.”
McCain said that he was referring to “America Firsters” in his Monday speech. “America First” is a slogan Trump has often used to describe his foreign policy agenda.
McCain and Trump have often been at odds during Trump’s presidency. The senator was the decisive vote that crushed the Republican healthcare effort this summer, and he has often been publicly critical of Trump. In turn, Trump has chastised McCain.Elsewhere on Tuesday, 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who lost to McCain in the 2008 Republican presidential primary, took to Twitter to call the Arizona Republican’s speech “Lincolnesque.”“Ran against him, sometimes disagree, but proud to be a friend of SenJohnMcCain: hero, champion of character and last night, Lincolnesque,” he tweeted.