Donald Trump Rips John McCain And Calls Him A ‘Dummy’

Donald Trump Rips John McCain And Calls Him A ‘Dummy’

Donald Trump is furious at Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) for dismissing, and disrespecting the supporters of his presidential campaign.


McCain, the Republican Party’s 2008 presidential nominee, was quoted in a Thursday article in The New Yorker criticizing Trump’s heated rhetoric against illegal immigration.

McCain also said Trump’s big rally last weekend in Phoenix, Arizona, was supported by the “crazies” in his state.

“This performance with our friend out in Phoenix is very hurtful to me,” McCain said. “Because what he did was he fired up the crazies.”

Trump responded on Twitter by blasting McCain and demanding an apology:



Of course, McCain’s office declined to comment to Business Insider on Trump’s attack.

However one of McCain’s top allies reciprocated and blasted Trump in response. Mark Salter, McCain’s former chief of staff and coauthor, wrote the following on Facebook, according to a tipster:

‘Donald Trump isn’t just an embarrassment to the Republican Party, or to whatever percentage of unserious self-identified Republicans say they would vote for him. He’s an embarrassment to the country. He possesses all the traits snobbish foreigners deride Americans for. He’s bumptious, narcissistic, obtuse and full of it. You’d think he was a Brit actor playing an American on the BBC. GOP presidential candidates who can’t find the nerve to criticize the guy ought to grow a pair. You’ll have done America a good turn, and you’ll feel better about yourself.’

Interesting, this so called ’embarrassment’s’ honestly and forthright stance on issues, and people who are plaguing this nation is leading the poles, and for the first time in many years, has addressed the real issues Americans want to hear.

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