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Meghan McCain responded to Sen. Amy Klobuchar to claim the late Sen. John McCain “recite to me the names of the dictators” commencing during the term of office of the President of Trump’s speech.
McCain took to Twitter on Monday to criticize Klobuchar, D-Minn., 2020 presidential candidate for the use of her father’s “legacy and memory” during a campaign event.
“On behalf of the entire family of McCain, [Amy Klobuchar] please take consideration for all of us and let my father’s legacy and the memory of the President’s policy,” McCain, a co-host on “the view,” wrote.
At a Saturday event in Iowa, Klobuchar Sen. McCain, R-Ariz claims., “kept reciting to me the names of dictators, during the course of this speech, because he knew more than any of us, what we were faced, as a nation.”
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“He understood it. He knew, because he knew that [Trump] more than any of us have,” Klobuchar said in her speech, as reported by The Hill.
Klobuchar called Trump the inauguration of the “dark” and claimed that “the arch, we – the arc of justice – began the day after” the President officially took office, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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Trump and the Arizona senator had a tense relationship with the then-candidate trump to demand, for a 2015 case, that the Vietnam war veteran, “was a war hero because he was captured.”
To Trump a joint press conference held in 2018 with Russian President Vladimir Putin, McCain responded in a statement calling for “the damage, inflicted by President Trump’s naivety, selfishness, false equivalence and the sympathy for autocrats is difficult to calculate.”
Fox News’ James Rogers contributed to this report.