President Trump Donald John TrumpBiden on possible candidacy: "I have the most progressive record" Left Dems in minority with a fresh approach to the Senate Senate bill passed the bill that will dissuade Trump from voting until 2020 MORE criticized Sunday John McCain for a second consecutive day, reporting that an employee of the late Republican senator had shared a dossier of allegations of Trump's association with Russia with the media.
"So it was (only proven in court papers)" Last in his class "(Annapolis) John McCain, who sent the fake dossier to the FBI and the media, hoping to have it printed before the elections" Trump tweeted. "He and the Dems who worked together failed (as usual), even the Fake News refused that garbage!"
That's how it actually was (only proven in court papers) "the last of his class" (Annapolis) John McCain sent the fake dossier to the FBI and the media, hoping to have it printed before the election. He and the Dems worked together and failed (as usual). Even the fake news rejected this garbage!
– Donald J. Trump March 17, 2019
Fox News reported that recently unsealed court files had shared a McCain dossier with the FBI and several media outlets.
The dossier contains many allegations, including some bad claims concerning the President's connection to Russia. Many of the allegations are unconfirmed.
Sunday was the second day in a row that Trump went to McCain, who died last August after a lengthy battle with brain cancer.
The President cited former independent lawyer Ken Starr, who had called, It was a "very dark spot" that McCain had helped spread the dossier.
"He had far worse" stains "than these, including thumbs-down to lift and replace, after years of campaigning for repeal and replacement! The President tweeted, citing the Arizona legislature's vote against the GOP Senate majority during the Republican attempt to lift ObamaCare in 2017.
Trump and McCain had a serious relationship, with the Senate icon still remaining one of the president's most confident Republican critics of his cancer diagnosis.
The president followed McCain by pointing out earlier He was not a war hero because he was arrested during his service in Vietnam, he repeatedly raised the late Senator's No to a thin abrogation of the Affordable Care Act and waited for the flags to be lowered to half the staff after McCain's death.
McCain's daughter, Meghan McCain, tore Trump on Saturday after his tweet 59006] "No one will ever love you the way you loved my father … I wish I had spent more Saturday with him. Maybe you spend it with your family instead of on twitter, obsessed with mine? "she tweeted.