Hatch pointed out that Trump is not only the president of the United States but also "a very good man".
McCain, a Republican from Arizona, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer in July 2017.
Rep. Gregory Meeks, who was also part of the panel, said that he expects nothing less from McCain, who he described as "honest" and the "opposite of Donald Trump". McCain's mind and allow the president to attend, and he said, "I would". The New York Times reported that Donald Trump is not welcome at McCain's eventual funeral unlike former US President Barak Obama and incumbent Vice President Mike Pence, which immediately received a polarized reaction.
The animosity between McCain, who has drifted leftward during his long tenure in the Senate, and Trump, is long-standing. "I think John should have his wishes fulfilled with regard to who attends his funeral".
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Trump was known for mocking McCain's service in the military and as a prisoner of war. "I like people who weren't captured".
Today Senator Orrin Hatch weighs in on this funeral wish coming from McCain, and this topic seems to be taking on a life of its own in the headlines. Ted Kennedy, D-Massachusetts. He went home to Arizona for the Christmas recess and has not returned to the Senate since. The senator's final book, a memoir, is due to be released this month. The entire Democratic Party caucus opposed the bill.
Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic Minority Leader from NY, was certainly grateful to McCain for stopping the repeal of ObamaCare, declaring, "John McCain shows the same courage in Congress that he showed when he was a Naval aviator". If U want to call something ridiculous, call Trump's disrespect of John McCain ridiculous!
Apparently, the feud between President Trump and Senator McCain, the Republican Party nominee for president in 2008, remains strong.