in the vicinity ofthe video of John McCain’s youngest daughter, Bridget McCain, is making a rare public statement hitting back at President Trump
John McCain’s youngest daughter, Bridget McCain, from a rare public opinion, the beat back to President trump in the Wake of his attacks on her deceased father.
John McCain’s youngest daughter, has a rare public statement, hitting back at President trump in the Wake of his attacks on the late Arizona senator.
Bridget McCain is tweeted under the President, to speak on his recent comments about her father, who died in August of brain cancer.
“Anyone who does not agree with my father or like him, but I must ask you to be decent and respectful,” she wrote. “If you don’t do these two things in mind. We have just goodbye to him 7 months ago.”
In a second tweet, McCain a stronger rebuke delivered Trump and referred to him as a “child.”
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Bridget and Meghan McCain console each other after the death of her father.
“Even if you were invited to my father’s funeral, she’d only wanted to be there for the credit, and not for any condolences. Unfortunately, you could not be counted on to be polite, like you wrote a child in the important role that the world has ever known,” she said.
A few hours later, McCain’s sister, “host of The view”-Meghan McCain discussed sister, comments on the program.
“I think it’s very brave of you,” Meghan McCain said about her sister. “She is very young and not to speak in public.”
The host went on to say “that you expect decency and compassion from the Trump family.”
“I want to thank the American public for all the decency and compassion that you have given us,” she continued.
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Trump’s recent attack on the late Republican senator came on Wednesday, when he said that he was the long-time legislator, “the kind of funeral he wanted,” and “not even a thank you.”
At an event in Ohio, Trump his complaint repeatedly, that McCain voted against his legislation to repeal the former President Barack Obama’s health care reform law and argued that the Vietnam war hero was, without a support from military veterans.
Trump said: “I have him much never liked,” adding that he “probably never.”
On Thursday, Trump, Fox Business Network “day with Mary”, he was “no fan of John McCain, and that’s fine.”
Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.