Trump's enduring hatred of McCain is no secret, but this is the farthest he's gone to disparage the late Arizona Senator, who died in August 2018 of brain cancer.
It must have been hard for a fragile personality like Trump to watch the outpouring of grief for McCain, who embodied a nonpartisan style of patriotism.
Forced to confront his own inadequacies and selfishness, Donald Trump cannot stand to have people compare him to John McCain, alive or dead.
With audacity that stuns even his critics, Trump is falsely taking credit for creating a veterans program that was actually created by John McCain.
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McCain wrote: "We weaken our greatness when we confuse our patriotism with tribal rivalries that have sown resentment and hatred...in all the corners of the globe."