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Cindy McCain posts stranger's hateful message about John McCain, their daughter

Cindy McCain posts stranger's hateful message about John McCain, their daughter

In his own tweet, Romney said he couldn't understand why the president would "once again disparage a man as exemplary as my friend John McCain".

Later, when asked to explain the tweets by reporters during an Oval Office meeting with the visiting president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, Trump said "I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be".

So it was indeed (just proven in court papers) "last in his class" (Annapolis) John McCain that sent the Fake Dossier to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Media hoping to have it printed BEFORE the Election.

While public figures are no strangers to social media insults, the message comes after a weekend series of tweets and statements from President Donald Trump, in which he spoke ill of former-Sen.

Despite Trump's comments, he gave more than $30,000 to the campaign to elect McCain president in 2008, according to the Federal Election Commission's website.

He also said he was "very unhappy" that McCain voted against a GOP bill that would have repealed and replaced the 2010 health law. Amid a spate of tweets over the weekend, the president called it a "stain" on McCain's record and later took another swipe at him, falsely asserting that he was "last in his class" at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.

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John McCain died in 2018 after a battle with brain cancer.

McCain, in turn, pulled no punches in criticizing the president on foreign policy and other issues, including in a stinging denunciation of Trump's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki in July.

President Trump criticizes Sen.

"It got to a vote and he said, 'thumbs down, ' and our country would have saved a trillion dollars and we would have had great health care", Trump added, which is false.

McCain shocked some by indirectly condemning Trump at her father's funeral, noting in her remarks that "America was always great".

Meghan McCain, a co-host on The View, defended her father in a Monday segment of the show and thanked her fellow co-hosts and followers for their kind words.