Trump continues with attacks on the late Senator John McCain

As the 2020 presidential gets closer each and every day, the Democrats across the country are developing strategies and uniting to run against the currently president Donald Trump. Trump on the other side seems to be more concerned with the republican’s loyalty and attacks against the former Republican senator John McCain. After Trump confession to the reporters that he was never a fan of John McCain and he will never be one caused a twitter eruption over the weekend. Republican senator of Georgia Sen. Johnny Isakson decided he had enough of Trump’s attacks on one of the respected senators.

“America deserves better, the people deserve better, and nobody – regardless of their position – is above common decency and respect for people that risk their life for your life,” Isakson said

“When the president is saying that he doesn’t respect John McCain and he’s never going to respect John McCain and all these kids are out there listening to the president of the United States talk that way about the most decorated senator in history, who is dead, it just sets the worst tone possible,” said Isakson, who added that he intended to deliver a lengthier public rebuke of a president the Georgia conservative has largely supported.

After the Isakson remarks on McCain, Trump continued attacking the late senator, telling his supports in Ohio, McCain did not help his fellow veterans, and after his death trump gave him an honorable send-off but nobody was there to say thank you. Trump was not invited in the lates senator funeral service.

Lacey Tooley

Writing comes naturally to me. From writing fantasy fiction in school to taking it up professionally as an economics and financial markets writer in 2010, I have come a long way. I write tax and budget blogs for TaxVox. My areas of interest include business, law, finance etc.

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