Trump continues attacks on McCain at OH speech

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Perhaps no state has better illustrated the re-aligning effects of Trump's candidacy and presidency than OH, where traditionally Democratic-leaning working-class voters have swung heavily toward the GOP, and moderate Republicans in populous suburban counties have shifted away from Trump.

"I gave him the kind of funeral that he wanted, which as president I had to approve", he told workers at the factory.

The president then went on with a laundry list of complaints he's held against McCain - from an ally of the late senator reportedly handing over the so-called Steele dossier to the Federal Bureau of Investigation to his support for American intervention in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Democratic Coalition co-founder Scott Dworkin added: "Trump just attacked Senator McCain & his family again, because he says no one thanked him for McCain's funeral".

Trump stirred the controversy anew over the weekend when he referred to McCain as "last in his class" in the Navy.

President Trump continued his attack on the late Sen.

Meghan McCain lashed out Wednesday at President Donald Trump, slamming his latest attacks on her late father, the late Sen. "Nothing is more important than the integrity of the country and those who fought and risked their lives for all of us".

The two continued to be at odds until McCain's death from brain cancer past year.

Trump called McCain's pivotal "no" vote against a so-called "skinny" repeal measure of the Affordable Care Act "disgraceful" and claimed McCaine sank efforts by Republicans to repeal the healthcare law among "other things" that have left him angered. He also went after McCain for his ObamaCare vote. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, the President of the United States.

Speaking on Wednesday to an employee at an OH factory that makes military tanks, Trump again hammered McCain.

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Shea declined to say if Comello had a criminal record, but said he had "crossed paths" with the NYPD . Cali was released after 16 months in federal prison in April 2009 for an extortion scheme.

During the Vietnam War, McCain was imprisoned for five and a half years in the Hoa Lo Prison in Hanoi, the facility dubbed by USA soldiers as the "Hanoi Hilton", where he was beaten and tortured.

He also reportedly said McCain was "a hero" who was "a great public servant, no two ways about that".

In a tweet, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, said he misses McCain "today and every day". Instead, they praised McCain.

"I want to do what I said that day on the floor of the Senate".

"It is my personal opinion that God was looking after our country when you were elected", said Baldwin, a boiling operator and U.S. Army veteran now employed at the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center.

"I was never a fan of John McCain, and I never will be".

"Everyone should give him and his family the respect, admiration, and peace they deserve", McSally said.

Whether Isakson personifies the start of a broader GOP pushback against Trump is not clear.

"I look forward to soon re-introducing my legislation re-naming the Senate Russell Building after American hero, Senator John McCain", he tweeted. John McCain, but the Georgia Republican reiterated Wednesday that he will not be joining the effort to put McCain's name on the office building now named for a favorite son of his home state.