Trump doubles down on attack of McCain over Obamacare repeal vote

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President Donald Trump is not backing down from his attacks on the late Sen. John McCain on Tuesday, declaring he will "never" be a fan of the Vietnam War hero and long-time Republican lawmaker who died past year of brain cancer.

Meghan McCain, the daughter of Sen.

Trump tweeted on Saturday about new reports involving McCain that said the senator and an associate had shared with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and various media outlets the unverified dossier alleging that Moscow held compromising information on Trump.

Among the tweets was a claim that McCain had finished "last in his class" at the US Naval Academy.

"I'm very unhappy that he didn't repeal and replace Obamacare, as you know", Trump said. Trump said on Tuesday, "I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be".

Trump went further on to point out that there were far worse stains than what Starr had referred to, referring to McCain's "thumbs down" against Obamacare. A short time later, in Hanoi, I visited the dank, miserable cell where McCain spent much of his five-plus years in captivity.

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Ever the collusion-denier, Trump suggested that there actually is "collusion" between Twitter and Democrats before launching into a diatribe about TV networks and fake news.

Despite Trump's comments, he gave more than $30,000 to the campaign to elect McCain president in 2008, according to the Federal Election Commission's website.

John McCain passed away of cancer-related complications last August.

The View co-host reiterated that opinion on the daytime talk show Monday, stating that Trump "will never be a great man".

Trump infamously began publicly criticizing McCain when he said on the campaign trail in 2015 that the senator was "not a war hero". John McCain via Twitter on Saturday and Sunday, eliciting a response from Meghan McCain in defense of her father.