Disgraceful! Senator McCain Bashes Trump to World Leaders at the Global Security Summit


Senator John McCain traveled to Munich for a global Security Summit, to deliver a vicious attack on the President without mentioning his name. He told world leaders that the White House “is in disarray” and it had a chaotic rollout. The chaos was caused by the left.

He wouldn’t know if it’s in disarray because they don’t include him in their operations.

If you don’t pay homage to the Progressive Republican John McCain. he’ll talk about you in secret conversations and travel the world to bash you.

McCain talked of fractures within the GOP and an allegedly chaotic start.

He lamented a shift in the United States and Europe away from the “universal values” that forged the Western alliance seven decades ago. McCain is the chairman of the Armed Services Committee.

Vice President Pence just said this morning that he pledges Washington’s unwavering support for NATO.

Gen. Mattis has as well but Mattis said they need to pay more.

McCain and Trump don’t agree on issues of immigration, climate change, war, Russia, the economy, so McCain took the opportunity to tell his foreign audience that “more and more of our fellow citizens seem to be flirting with authoritarianism and romanticizing it as our moral equivalent.”

The open borders-amnesty senator lamented the “hardening resentment we see toward immigrants, and refugees, and minority groups, especially Muslims.”

McCain also said the alliance’s founders would be “alarmed by the growing inability, and even unwillingness, to separate truth from lies.” McCain doesn’t like Trump bashing the media. Trump tweeted Friday that the news media are “the enemy of the American people.”

If the media is an enemy of the President’s agenda, they are enemies of half the nation who voted for him. That’s fact.

It’s not only the media that is the enemy of at least half the nation, it’s also McCain.

The MSM is eating up everything McCain says.

During a recent conversation with two Russian phone pranksters, McCain unwittingly discussed policy with them and he lodged similar insults against Trump as he is doing in Germany.

McCain said he is concerned about the “great deal of confusion now” and he “cannot predict what this President will do”.

He said later in the conversation, he “can’t predict what the President will do…these are the most challenging times in the years I’ve been here.”

In other words, McCain was more comfortable with Obama.

McCain had his battles with Obama but mostly because Obama snubbed him.

The Arizona senator expressed eagerness to work with the president on immigration reform and the line-item veto, but Obama ignored him.

McCain, the ranking Republican on the Armed Services Committee, complained that Obama failed to consult with him on national-security issues.

“He never asked for advice on national-security nominees,” McCain said.

McCain pointed out that Obama invited him to the White House in 2009 to discuss immigration reform. “I said, ‘I’d love to join you,’ and never heard from him,” Amnesty McCain said.

Obama finally extended an invite after McCain praised the president’s response to the Giffords shooting in a glowing Washington Post op-ed.

“We discussed two issues, immigration reform and the line-item veto, which I’m still a supporter of,” McCain recalled. “He said, ‘We’ll be getting back to you.’ I never heard from him, never heard from him again.”

Interestingly, Obama repeatedly invoked McCain on the campaign trail during the 2012 election in an effort to portray Romney’s policies as extreme. The president has said he and McCain agree on some issues, such as campaign finance reform and climate change. In contrast, Romney, Obama said Tuesday night, is “pretty much in sync with the vision of the House Republican Party.”

McCain wanted to work with President Obama on healthcare, climate change, and immigration but Democrats felt he’d back off because McCain at the time was being challenged for his seat by J.D. Hayworth.

That’s who he is – a chameleon.

He’s also traveling the world trashing the President to world leaders.


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Roy Northam
Roy Northam
7 years ago

McCain is a premier example of why we need term limits in this country. He has long outlived his usefulness if he ever had any to begin with.

7 years ago

Fucking McCain is a P-ssy !!!
He needs to be replaced with a real American Republican.
McCain = a delusional democrat IDIOT