When you think Senator John McCain, you definitely don’t think a Republican.
So, when a Republican that is not eager to help out his party, comes to D.C. to cast a deciding vote, like McCain did Friday, the last thing we though was that he would be wise enough to offer a helping hand. And, we were right. McCain flew in to encourage Republican Sens. Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska to cast their anti-vote for the Obamacare skinny repeal. With that, the final vote came down to 51-49.
“Citizens for Trump” author Jack Posobiec, engaged in an interview Monday with radio talk show host Chris Salcedo, in which he discussed the aftermath of the voting process and McCain’s infamous comment regarding the matter: “Let’s see Donald make America great again now.”
According to reports, Posobiec also raised an eyebrow at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s inability to cease the vote, commenting, “Where is the leadership?”
McCain has never met Trump half way or put in the effort to get to understand the President’s viewpoints. After Trump commented that he (McCain), “is not a war hero,” the silent war between the two kicked off.
But, McCain was a clear rebel against Obamacare back in 2008 during the re-election fight. During this time, McCain noted he was “leading the fight to stop Obamacare.”
Posobiec also took the opportunity during the interview to tell Salcedo: “I’m starting to think McCain voted for Obama in 2008.”
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