Regardless of all aims by Senator John McCain at Trump’s leadership, the President remained immune to each and every attack.
McCain would love nothing more but call out Trump on his weak ‘principles and beliefs,’ but we have something else in store for him.
More recently, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) argued that Trump’s vision for America lacks “principles and beliefs.”
“I don’t agree with the way he’s conducting his presidency, obviously,” McCain said during an interview with Esquire.
“He’s an individual that unfortunately is not anchored by a set of principles. I think he’s a person who takes advantage of situations.”
However, McCain did say trump was an accomplished entrepreneur.
“But I don’t think he has the fundamental underpinnings of principles and beliefs,” he said.
McCain sort of joined the left on this matter, supporting their anti-American and anti-Trump agenda, and even undermining Trump on several occasions, including him casting a vote to prevent the repeal of the Obamacare.
“I think that’s been my history,” McCain says. “People have been disappointed that I wasn’t tougher on fill-in-the-blank, and others say, ‘You betrayed Bush,’ or whoever it is.”
McCain has been a soldier prior to his political career and even won a Purple Heart for bravery because he spent five and a half years in a North Vietnamese prison.
Then, in 1982, his home state of Arizona elected him to the House of Representatives and merely four years later, he scored a Senate seat, coming as a replacement of Barry Goldwater.
The tactic McCain has carried out while trying to overthrow Trump’s government has put him in an uncertain place within the Republican Party. Only him and a few other Republicans have so far stood against Trump, especially in the Obamacare case closure. What McCain doesn’t realize is that back when he ran for president, he had almost the same visions for America that Trump has now, including the border wall project and tax cuts.
In May, McCain paid a visit to Australia and then carried on over to Asia and the Pacific. The issue with Australia has been particularly sensitive since Trump dragged America out of the twelve-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, much to the liberals’ displeasure. Days later, Trump had spoken with Malcolm Turnbull on the phone and the two heatedly debated the Obama-era refugee agreement.
As a result, McCain addressed the Australian-American issue as well, saying, “ ‘Whiskey tango foxtrot’ is what they are asking,” he replied.
“What does that mean?” I said.
“What the fuck.”
Many Trump haters have called out the POTUS on neglecting the issue with Australia, especially since he never mentioned it on his twelve-day tour across Asia.
Trump did mention, though, that the issue of human rights is perceived differently by each and every leader, which causes additional tensions during negotiations on the topic.
Back to McCain, he commented plenty on the recent Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore’s sexual harassment affair as well.
Sen. John McCain demanded of Roy Moore to give up his campaign and potential seat in Senate, due to several sexual misconduct accusations against him. However, the timing of the matter is quite peculiar, given the fact that Senate elections are just around the corner.
“The allegations against Roy Moore are deeply disturbing and disqualifying,” McCain said in a statement. “He should immediately step aside and allow the people of Alabama to elect a candidate they can be proud of.”
Aside from McCain, other Republicans supported his rhetoric on the issue, noting Moore needs to take a step back from his campaign and deal with the issue.
To patriotic Americans, this looks like an effort by McCain to join liberals, because, essentially, they do share the same ideas.
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