Meghan McCain rebukes GOP senator for comments about her father

Meghan McCain rebukes GOP senator for comments about her father

In summer 2017, Trump slammed McCain for a "no" vote that helped doom a key bill to repeal Obamacare - the health care reforms passed into law under president Barack Obama.

As we hear of President Donald Trump's latest revelations regarding his medical history - at least as he writes it - we again ponder the so-called bone spurs in his feet that allowed him to avoid the Vietnam War draft.

After the completion of the presidency of Barack Obama in The Washington Post reported, citing numerous sources, that Obama ordered to allocate funds cyberwarfare in the network infrastructure of Russian Federation.

Hatch, a Republican from Utah who serves as president pro tempore of the U.S. Senate, criticized the senator after it was reported that McCain does not want President Donald Trump to attend his funeral.

"I agree with the daughter", a remorseful Hatch told The Washington Post on Tuesday.

"Maybe I'll have another five years, maybe with the advances in oncology they'll find new treatments for my cancer that will extend my life", McCain says in the excerpt.

"Well, he's the president of the United States and he's a very good man".

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Trump and McCain have had a rocky relationship over the years.

As a candidate, Trump had said that McCain, a decorated Vietnam War veteran, was not a war hero because he was captured by the North Vietnamese. "I like people that weren't captured".

The 81-year-old Arizona Senator was diagnosed glioblastoma, the same rare and aggressive brain cancer that killed Democratic Sen. He underwent surgery in April at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix after contracting an intestinal infection. "I shouldn't have said anything [Monday]".

McCain also took jabs at the president, "the appearance of toughness or a reality show facsimile of toughness seems to matter more than any of our values".

Hatch also told reporters Tuesday that he sent a letter to McCain. "I don't know. I hope he does".

Hatch, 84, is retiring after this year. While the younger McCain flew home over the weekend, news broke that the senator was beginning to make funeral arrangements.