Trump lashes out again at late senator John McCain

I was never a fan of John Mc Cain and I never will be’ Furious Trump continues obsessing over the late senator

I was never a fan of John Mc Cain and I never will be’ Furious Trump continues obsessing over the late senator

"So I think that's disgraceful".

On Tuesday, Trump defended his attacks on McCain saying he never liked the late senator.

"I was never a fan of John McCain", Trump told reporters Tuesday in the Oval Office.

President Donald Trump took posthumous aim at former Sen.

Trump's latest posts followed angry tweets about Saturday Night Live and Friday's terror attacks on two mosques in New Zealand, an act that killed 49 people.

McCain, who passed away from brain cancer last August, has been the subject of many presidential tweets since his death. The President also called McCain "last in his class" at the US Naval Academy.

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His behavior had invited comment from other Twitter users, one in particular, @SenWHitehouse, which appeared on the McCain daughter Megan's feed, saying that there was something "deeply" troubling about the President @realDonaldTrump "constantly" putting down the elder McCain, "trying to belittle" him, pointing out that "deep down" he "must" know that "John" was a "far better" man. But the budget is a reflection of the White House's positions on research. McCain gave a copy of the first 33 pages of the dossier to the Federal Bureau of Investigation in December 2016, which Fox News said was confirmed by former senior counterintelligence Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Bill Priestap in a newly released filing.

Over the past few days, Trump has been widely-criticized for the tweets, with even some of his most loyal supporters wondering why the president felt it was necessary to attack a deceased veteran. Trump later issued a proclamation reversing the decision.

"I just want to lay it on the line, that the country deserves better, the McCain family deserves better", he told The Bulwark.

The View co-host reiterated that opinion on the daytime talk show Monday, stating that Trump "will never be a great man".

"My father was his kryptonite in life, he was his kryptonite in death", Meghan McCain said, adding that she thought Trump's life was "pathetic".

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