McCain, in a new memoir, chides Trump for undermining U.S. values
Why anyone would, or pardon me “Mr. Hero,” could be reading this memoir is shameful.
U.S. Senator John McCain rebukes President Donald Trump in a new memoir, accusing his fellow Republican of failing to uphold U.S. values by showering praise on international “tyrants,” discrediting the media, ignoring human rights and demeaning refugees.
I learned at an early age, Senator McCain, that when I say something, anything for that matter I’d better have proof of what it is that I’m alleging.
“Flattery secures his friendship, criticism his enmity,” wrote McCain in “The Restless Wave,” which he co-authored with longtime aide Mark Salter. This to be sure is not on my purchase or read list.
“It is hard to know what to expect from President Trump, what’s a pose, what’s legitimate,” McCain said in the book that is due to be released on May 22. An advance copy was sent to Reuters by publisher Simon & Schuster.
Hey, guess I didn’t make the must-read list. Just kidding! But all things being equal, it would behoove everyone to consider the source, what the source is saying, and what the source has been saying and effectuating. Continue reading, click here.