March 25, 2017
John McCain is no longer attempting to make any pretext of being anything other than a shill for the Jew-Democrats and a traitor to America.
At this point he is just like “yeah, I’m trying to purposefully destroy this country – what of it?”
Republican Senator John McCain revealed he hasn’t met the President Donald Trump in person since he took office, and he urged Trump to reach out to his opponents—Democratic and otherwise—ala Ronald Reagan if he wants to repeal Obamacare.
“Do some outreach. Get to know some of these Democratic leaders,” he said. “You can find common ground.” McCain said he’d met Trump “some years ago” when he was a businessman, but had not met him since. McCain said he did speak “almost daily” to National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, however.
The senior Republican and vociferous Trump critic said Trump’s tweet storms had caused “a great deal of uncertainty” about who advises the president. “Who drives the tweets at 6am in the morning?” he said, speaking at the German Marshall Fund’s Brussels Forum. He also expressed concerns, as head of the Senate Armed Services Committee, about the Trump campaign’s alleged ties to Moscow, and repeated his call for an independent committee to investigate such matters after House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes disclosed that he thought Trump’s communications may have been inadvertently listened to by the FBI, without sharing that with other committee members or disclosing his source. “I have significant concerns about the intelligence committee’s ability to get to the bottom of this issue,” McCain said. “We need a select committee.”
Yeah, so he’s attacking Trump, he’s attacking Nunes.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) March 23, 2017
Look at what he said about Nunes right after the disclosure.
McCain, R-Ariz., said it’s up to House leadership to decide whether to change how the investigation is being conducted, and on Wednesday called for a congressional select committee or independent commission to take charge. Republican leaders on Capitol Hill have so far resisted such a move.
“No longer does the Congress have credibility to handle this alone, and I don’t say that lightly,” McCain, the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, told MSNBC’s Greta Van Susteren on Wednesday.
Surveying the entire Nunes-Schiff exchange, McCain called it “bizarre” and criticized both lawmakers.
“This just shows a tremendous chasm between the two senior members of the House Intelligence Committee,” the veteran senator told Van Susteren.
“There is no substantiation for what Chairman Nunes said, nor is there substantiation for what Congressman Schiff said,” he added.
McCain said we know “for sure” that Russia interfered in the election, but also said, “They did not achieve in affecting the outcome.”
McCain is the one who needs to be investigated.
No doubt Trump doesn’t want to meet this man because he’s a weird, probable homosexual.
But he also doesn’t want to get tied to his dirty dealings.