When losing the biggest battle of their lives, particularly those with glioblastoma, the humanoid talks out of their heads, but this has not the case with Senator John McCain. Remember he is the one halted his campaign midway during 2008 that paved the way for Obama’s victory. A revengeful person to say the least, Senator McCain has not gotten over the whipping, nor has he let go of Trump succeeding where he failed. Throwing one wrench too many in his vain attempt to stop the progress of a conservative agenda, McCain will see history judge him as a contemptible iconoclast only interested in aggrandizement.
Now, on his death bed, laid up for months due to cancer of the brain McCain comes clean. President Trump will not be invited to his funeral. To top this megalomaniac’s last will and testament he has chosen ex-President Obama to eulogize him. Nothing is more disgusting than having a Nobel Peace Prize winner eulogize a military officer.
John Biden spend time with McCain over the weekend. His advice, take down Trump. “Here John knows he’s in a very, very, very precarious situation, and yet he’s still concerned about the state of the country,” Biden told the Times. “We talked about how our international reputation is being damaged and we talked about the need for people to stand up and speak out.”
The Arizona senator, who was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1986, cast a crucial vote against the repeal of ObamaCare in July, singlehandedly scuttling one of the Trump administration’s major policy goals, a move that provoked the ire of Trump but earned him a thank you call from Obama.