Trump Just Issued A Powerful Message To McCain’s Disgusting Attack – You’ll Love It!

John McCain indirectly attacked President Donald Trump’s “spurious, half-baked nationalism”, as he accepted the Liberty Medal from the National Constitution  that was given to him by the former Vice President, Joe Biden.

 

Even though the Arizona senator tried to conceal his attack, everyone knew at whom he pointed his finger. In fact he attacked the United States President without a concern for the consequences.

Despite the fact that McCain’s comments might be received with cheering enthusiasm by the Democrats, Republicans are not that fond of him and his tasteless remarks.

That’s why this sort of thing doesn’t fly with the conservative supporters nor with President Donald Trump, who didn’t leave McCain’s attack without an answer. During a recent radio interview with WMAL’s Chris Plante, he reportedly, issued his own threat to McCain when he said:

“People have to be careful because at some point I fight back, I’m being very nice, I’m being very, very nice but at some point I fight back and it won’t be pretty.”

As most of you are probably aware, this is not the first time that the two have “clashed”, in fact the President and the Arizona Senator have had quite a long continual dispute over the past year.

President Trump hasn’t been able to stay reserved when it comes to the RINO who has always looked up to Democrats more, than to members of his own party. McCain even voted against the Republican effort to pass a bill that was supposed to finally revoke and replace  ObamaCare for the sake of the United States citizens.

He shut down the repeal and replace bill twice, the second time, ensuring that the Obama-era healthcare act lasts. This act provoked President Donald Trump to finally take the matters into his own hands, when he signed the executive order that assured that the policy was done.

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