Sadly, this list of John McCain’s many strikes is far from exhaustive, and it’s well known on Capitol Hill that Sen. McCain is one of the few “Republicans” that the Democrats always have a good chance of swaying on any given issue.
It comes as little surprise then that McCain would continue to be deeply critical of Donald Trump. Even after the primaries had ended and it was clear Trump would be the Republican nominee for president, McCain continued to speak out against him. Now, even after Trump has been elected and his administration tries to advance conservative priorities for the first time in eight years, McCain continues to prove himself to be much more of an enemy than an ally.
During a recent tour of Australia, McCain was quoted saying to an audience in Sydney, “I realize that some of President Trump’s actions and statements have unsettled America’s friends. They have unsettled many Americans as well.”
For conservatives in the United States who are thrilled to finally have an administration that is fighting for a true America First agenda, it is John McCain’s statements that are unsettling. Both in his actions and in his words, it is clear that Senator McCain is no friend of President Trump, and he’s no friend of American conservatives either.
~ Conservative Zone
Arizona voted more conservative than liberal in 2016. Trump got 48.1% of the vote and Libertarians got 4.1% of the vote.
Arizona needs a good Republican candidate to take McCain’s seat.
Norb Leahy, Dunwoody GA Tea Party Leader