Jeff Flake Uses Photo Of Former Presidents At McCain Funeral To Take A Slam at President Trump

Leading political figures, including three former presidents – Barack Obama, George Bush, and Bill Clinton – came together on Saturday to pay tribute to Senator John McCain who died last Saturday after a battle with brain cancer.

Before his death, McCain quietly declared that he did not want PresidentTrump to take part in his funeral. So logically, President Donald Trump was not invited to John McCain’s memorial at the Washington National Cathedral. But, that didn’t stop people to still criticise him.

On Saturday, Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) who has been one of the most outspoken Republican critics of Trump shared a photo of former Presidents Barack Obama (D), George W. Bush (R) and Bill Clinton (D) along with their spouses and former first ladies, and used it to take a slam at President Donald Trump.

On Twitter, Flake wrote “Decency Wins”

I guess it is hard for Flake to understand that our President wasn’t invited. So, what should he have done? It would have been hypocritical from Trump if he would come to McCain’s memorial service uninvited. In this case, the news would have jumped all over him for being fake. The President shows he is bigger than that. He expressed his condolences, he allowed Military transport for McCain to DC and military standing guard while in the capitol.

And we already saw rhat McCain funeral turned out to be a place for political bashing!

So… saay what you want I stand with the President.

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