Judas and Never-Trumper Sen.John McCain (Rino-AZ) Takes Exception to President Trump’s “Fire and Fury” Remarks
MCCAIN, GO HOME, STAY THERE, JUST LEAVE, WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF YOUR NEVER-TRUMP BS …
How sad that John McCain has become the face of the resistance. Imagine that, hawk Sen. John McCain (Rino-AZ) takes exception to President Donald Trump’s tough talk toward North Korea and its dictator. McCain said that the tough rhetoric is unlikely to help as tensions rise between the United States and North Korea. Oh really John, because pussy-footing around with them has done such wonders. Once again we are presented with a Republican establishment, Never-Trumper who takes every opportunity to attack Trump, rather than support him. This is what the US Senate has become. Like McConnell, McCain just leave! It is said that you have the likes of John McCain so quick to pull the carpet out from underneath President Trump. Then again, not like he didn’t do it previously by voting against the repeal of Obamacare.
“Fire and Fury” is not the first option, but it may be the only option. Would McCain and his ilk rather have the United States acting in a reactionary manner after a nuclear missile is launched against the US by North Korea? I am sure they would find other ways to blame Trump.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) took exception to President Trump’s remarks Tuesday that further provocation by North Korea will be met “with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
McCain argued the tough rhetoric is unlikely to help as tensions rise between the United States and North Korea over the latter’s nuclear program.
“I don’t know what he’s saying and I’ve long ago given up trying to interpret what he says,” McCain said of Trump during an interview with a local Arizona radio station first reported by NBC.
“That kind of rhetoric, I’m not sure how it helps.”
McCain said the U.S. risks getting into a serious confrontation with North Korea, and invoked former President Teddy Roosevelt’s famous “big stick” policy.
“In other words, the old walk softly but carry a big stick, Teddy Roosevelt’s saying, which I think is something that should’ve applied because all it’s going to do is bring us closer to a serious confrontation,” McCain warned. “I think this is very, very, very serious.”