Published: Wed, May 09, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Hatch Apologizes to McCain for Suggesting Trump Should Attend His Funeral

Hatch Apologizes to McCain for Suggesting Trump Should Attend His Funeral

"I'd like everybody to take a collective breath and chill out on my dad for a second", she said.

The president "would be a very interesting speaker and would do a good job for John", Hatch said, adding that he hoped for McCain's recovery and return to the Senate. But it's up to John.

The future funeral of GOP Senator John McCain, who was diagnosed with late-stage brain cancer a year ago, has triggered a heated debate, as details of the ceremony were leaked.

However, social media users hit back at the statement, as one responded: "Orrin, if there is ANYTHING a man should be able to do, that is to decide who will come to his funeral!". He has called Trump "one of the best" presidents he's ever seen. "U don't have good sense!"

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".

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Reuters/Samantha SaisU.S. Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), watches his colleagues speak during a news conference following their tour of the Arizona-Mexico border in Nogales, Arizona, March 27, 2013. "Respecting a war hero's last wishes aside, whatever..." Incidentally, Palin was among those who endorsed Trump during his 2016 election campaign. "I've known great passions, seen amazing wonders, fought in a war, and helped make a peace", McCain says. "I like people that weren't captured", said Trump, who had several education deferments during the Vietnam War and then a 1Y medical deferment for bone spurs in his foot.

Apparently, the feud between President Trump and Senator McCain, the Republican Party nominee for president in 2008, remains strong.

"He lost and let us down", Trump also said. "We live in a land made of ideals, not blood and soil".

"I agree with the daughter", a remorseful Hatch told The Washington Post on Tuesday. Is it his decision who he invites to his funeral?

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