John McCain has been delivering harsh Trump disses from his deathbed, even going as far as to bar Trump from attending his funeral once he passes. McCain’s camp released a statement to the White House saying that Vice President Pence is invited to the ceremony, but that the president himself was not welcome.
According to NY Times:
“His intimates have informed the White House that their current plan for his funeral is for Vice President Mike Pence to attend the service to be held in Washington’s National Cathedral but not President Trump, with whom Mr. McCain has had a rocky relationship.”
Now, in a total jab at Trump’s insecurity where President Obama is concerned. McCain’s eulogy will be read by two men who have rivaled Trump publicly, George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
According to NBC:
“Former Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush plan to be eulogists at McCain’s funeral service, which is to be held at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.. Friends of McCain have visited him recently in Arizona, including former Vice President Joe Biden. McCain, who has served in the Senate since 1987 and in the House before that, has not returned to Capitol Hill for several months due to his cancer treatment.”
John McCain has been put through the political ringer since he decided to become a part of the Arizona state senate. Through mega mistakes like choosing Sarah Palin to run as his Vice President in 2008, and major headlines like his now infamous thumbs down vote that essentially stopped the repeal of Obamacare, John McCain has led a career unlike most.