McCain’s epic tantrum f-bombs Hillary Clinton, rips Donald Trump

Say what you will about Sen. John McCain — but the man sure knows how to throw a temper tantrum.

In an interview with Esquire that’s bound to go down in history as classic, McCain dropped the f-bomb in reference to Hillary Clinton, and slammed President Donald Trump as lacking in “principles and beliefs.”

That was the warmup.

On Clinton’s post-election book, aptly titled, “What Happened,” McCain said, Mediaite noted: “What’s the f—ing point? Keep the fight up? History will judge that campaign and it’s always a period of time before they do. You’ve got to move on. This is Hillary’s problem right now: She doesn’t have anything to do.”

Yoww.

His words on Trump weren’t much softer — or subtler.

“I don’t agree with the way he’s conducting his presidency, obviously,” McCain said.

Obviously.

But do tell why.

“He’s an individual that unfortunately is not anc****d by a set of principles,” McCain said, the Hill noted. “I think he’s a person who takes advantage of situations.”

Like McCain himself does, when the left-leaning media taps him for the so-called “Republican” perspective?

He didn’t say.

Must have been implied.

But wait — there’s more on Trump.

While admitting the president may be “successful” as a builder and entrepreneur, McCain added: “But I don’t think he has the fundamental underpinnings of principles and beliefs. I don’t think there was any doubt about his views toward me.”

Here’s the punchline … wait for it … wait for it …

“But I’m a loyal Republican,” McCain said.

And by Republican, surely he meant Democrat.

But McCain didn’t say.

He didn’t have to. For anyone who knows McCain or his political record — it was implied.

http://www.gopusa.com/mccains-...n-rips-donald-trump/

 

 

The stupidity of liberals, ability to ignore their ignorance

 

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I think that both John McClain and Jeff Flake along with Bob Corker are proof that Republicans as well as Democrats can suffer from Trump Derangement Syndrome.  As far as McCain I believe it's far more personal but then again some would say all politics is personal..

Kraven posted:
His brain rotted at birth, he's always been a pos rino, all that's left
are conservatives and anti Americans. I have a plan, does anyone
want to step out of their comfort zone..??

Are you alluding to Libertarians?  I personally think the Democratic party has been hijacked to the point of no return or very likely no return and are descending into something that morphs from Socialism and Communism principals.  The Republicans on the other hand are hopelessly divided with so many factions that I wonder if they have the ability to form some kind of cohesive opposition.  At least the Democrats are cohesive in their opposition and unified whereas the republicans having control and power cannot see the necessity of cooperation and giving a little to accomplish major things that will help secure their ability to not only hold on to their majority but increase it.  Right now I fear that they are so divided that they are going to be unable to  pass anything meaningful that they were elected to do.  As a result there will be many that will be disenchanted with them and just abstain from voting next time and others who will give up on Republicans and go with the opposition, any opposition, in hope that they will be able to accomplish something.  

I doubt that people will comprehend that the Democrats have one major agenda which is get rid of Trump by any means.  Frankly I think there are some Republicans that would be willing to lose power if it meant accomplishing the same end goal of impeaching Trump.  The bottom line is so many politicians have lost focus on America as a whole and have become so self centered that almost nothing can get done anymore.  

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