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Trump, who has implied that John McCain and John Dingell might be in hell, says he hopes Roger Ailes is in heaven and watching Fox News
"Hope Roger A is looking down and watching what has happened to this once beautiful creation!," Trump tweeted of Fox News.
"He's not a war hero," Trump of the late Sen. John McCain. "He was a war hero because he was captured."
The senator was known to buck GOP leadership — earning the nickname "Maverick" — and reach across the political aisle to voice his candid opinions.
11 years ago, John McCain took the night off from campaigning to congratulate Barack Obama in an ad on his historic presidential nomination
"Too often, the achievements of our opponents go unnoticed. So I wanted to stop and say congratulations." McCain said on August 28, 2008.
A look at the life and fortune of John McCain, who had a sprawling real estate portfolio and donated $1.7 million in book sales to charity
August 25, 2019, marks the one-year anniversary of John McCain's death. He quietly sat on a $200 million-plus fortune with his wife Cindy McCain.
John McCain famously shut down a racist voter at a 2008 campaign event, now the video is going viral after Trump did nothing to stop racist chants at ...
The late Republican Sen. John McCain was a trending topic on Twitter, with many users sharing a clip where he cut off a racist voter in 2008.
Meghan McCain created a #DeadsDadClub hashtag for people to celebrate their late dads on Father's Day, in honor of her father late Arizona Senator John McCain.
The White House reportedly wanted to hide John McCain’s name from a US ship during Trump’s visit to Japan
Sailors who normally wear caps stenciled with the command's name and insignia were reportedly allowed to take the day off when Donald Trump arrived,
John McCain recited names of dictators during Trump’s inauguration ceremony, according to Amy Klobuchar
Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar said the late Sen. John McCain compared President Donald Trump to notable dictators during his 2017 inauguration ceremony.
Barbara Bush, matriarch of a GOP political dynasty, said she was no longer a Republican in the Trump era
"That was a stunning acknowledgment. Barbara Bush had been one of the most recognizable faces of the Republican Party through two presidencies," author Susan Page wrote.