Speaking to the progressive PAC MeidasTouch’s podcast this week, Grant Woods, a former aide to the late Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) explained why his boss wasn’t bothered by insults leveled at him by former President Donald Trump.
In some ways, it feels like John McCain was the last Republican willing to stand up to Donald Trump. And his close friends in the party, like Lindsey Graham, have turned their backs on what the Arizona senator stood for.
Donald Trump repeatedly touts his approval rating among Republicans, usually putting it at anywhere for 92-96%. That’s not true, of course, but it’s likely somewhere in the high 80’s.
Cindy McCain has said Donald Trump’s reported mockery of U.S. servicemembers killed and missing in action contributed to her decision to endorse Joe Biden.
The widow of the late Republican Senator John McCain spoke to NBC’S Today Show on Wednesday following her overnighted endorsement of the former Vice President.
Donald Trump lashed out at Joe Biden and Cindy McCain on Wednesday following her decision to endorse the Democratic presidential candidate in November’s election.
McCain was married to the late Republican Senator John McCain, who was the subject of repeated attacks from the President, including after his death in 2018.
While trying to defend himself from multiple reports that he insulted the troops, Trump couldn't help himself and bashed John McCain.
A new report from the Washington Post appears to confirm reporting that Donald Trump has mocked and criticized military veterans as well as U.S. troops missing in action.
Following an article published Thursday in The Atlantic, the Post reported on Friday that their sources had confirmed Trump’s attacks on military members and called them “losers.”
Conservative Rick Wilson suggested on Friday that the Trump White House is in a panic following a story claiming the President mocked dead U.S. soldiers and refused to visit a military cemetery.
Wilson, a former Republican political strategist opposed to Trump, shared a tweet from the President defending himself against a charge that he didn’t want to grant the late Senator John McCain a state funeral.
Alumni from the campaigns of the last three Republican presidential candidates have come out in support of Joe Biden with more than 100 backing the Democrat.
Staffers who worked for President George W. Bush, Senator John McCain and Senator Mitt Romney have declared their support for the former Vice President.
Donald Trump lashed out at the late John McCain on Thursday while also agreeing with the false suggestion that his 2008 campaign was sabotaged from the inside.
The President retweeted a video of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin telling Fox New’s Tucker Carlson that the Republican presidential campaign in 2008 was sabotaged by some people now publicly opposed to Trump.
Donald Trump did not have a good day on Monday when it comes to shoring up Republican support. Miles Taylor, who served at the DHS Cheif of Staff under Trump released an ad slamming the president and endorsing his opponent Joe Biden.
Former Republican strategist Steve Schmidt pulled no punches in a grim assessment of the President’s Coronavirus response on Thursday. Steve Schmidt said Donald Trump was the worst president in the country’s history.
Republican U.S. Senator John McCain of Arizona, a former prisoner of war in Vietnam who ran unsuccessfully for president in 2008, died on Saturday at age 81, according to a statement from his office on Saturday.
Trump judicial nominee Ryan Bounds withdrew his nomination after Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) said that he couldn't vote for him, and he was going to be rejected by the Senate.
Malcolm Nance expressed his disgust at the White House mocking dying John McCain. Nance pointed out that the lack of decency and respect shown in those comments come straight from the top and Trump.
In his soon-to-be-published memoirs, “The Restless Wave: Good Times, Just Causes, Great Fights, and Other Appreciations,” McCain wrote that he does not regret what he did and he “would do it again.”
Where does a strong economy get you when you're a black president and outperform Reagan on job creation? It gets you to Benghazi.
Graham and McCain already jumped the gun Saturday, calling the terrorist an enemy combatant and suggesting in that WMD way that he was connected to terrorist cells.