Without Mentioning Him, Trump Strongly Implies He's Happy That McCain Is Dead

In a speech to the 'Faith and Freedom' coalition, Trump suggested Senator John McCain was in hell.

In a speech to the 'Faith and Freedom' coalition, Trump suggested that Senator John McCain (R-AZ), a decorated war hero, was in hell.

Via Arizona Central:

He didn't speak the name of the late Sen. John McCain. But, then again, he didn't need to do so. Those in in the audience clearly knew that President Donald Trump was speaking about the late senator.

Trashing him. Again.

Just as you'll know that Trump talking about McCain when you read what he said.

Once again, the president brought up the Senate vote to kill the Affordable Care Act. Vox journalist Aaron Rupar tweeted Trump's quote as, "We needed 60 votes & we had 51, & sometimes we had a hard time with a couple. Fortunately they're gone now. They've gone on to greener pastures. Or perhaps far less green, but they're gone. Very happy they're gone.”

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