The widow of former GOP nominee Sen. John McCain shared why she will be endorsing Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the upcoming election.
Cindy McCain said that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden lives by her and her late husband's values.
Andrew Napolitano wrote that he sees himself a "loyal" friend but is "foremost" loyal to the truth.
Police said they did not get involved with the woman as her actions "did not interrupt anyone's voting process."
"None of the fellas that I served with that are no longer with us are "suckers,'" the veteran says, adding, "Donald Trump disrespects everyone who served in the military."
Paul Rieckhoff, a veteran of the Iraq War who founded the nonprofit Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, described the president as "a disgusting human being."
"They should show some courage and step forward as well," Obama-era Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said.
"You could either be a John McCain Republican or a Donald Trump Republican. But you've got to choose," the military veteran and former South Bend, Indiana, mayor said Friday.
During Tuesday's Democratic National Convention, Cindy McCain narrated a video highlighting the bipartisanship shown between her late husband, Republican Sen. John McCain, and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Some readers saw the essay's constitutional analysis as an attempt to ignite a racist conspiracy theory around Kamala Harris. That could not be further from the truth.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, the actor-director voiced support for the former New York City mayor, and criticized the president for tweeting and name-calling.
The Lincoln Project, a conservative organization trying to defeat Trump, released an ad calling McSally a "Trump Hack," compared to other Arizona senators.
The clip of McCain, who often drew the scorn of Trump, was yet another example of the impeachment managers using the words of Republicans and some of Trump's staunchest defenders against him.
The Fox & Friends co-hosts weren't confident there would be a bipartisan presidential ticket, though.
Cindy McCain admitted on CNN's 'The Axe Files' that she personally asked Kurt Volker to resign from the leadership the think tank named after her husband.
In an upcoming CNN interview, Cindy McCain, former Senator John McCain's widow, told host David Axelrod that her husband would be upset to see what current Republicans are doing if he were alive.
In an upcoming interview on PBS' 'Firing Line,' Meghan McCain addressed her fear for the future of the Republican Party, while also speaking about her father's legacy.
"The behavior that we're seeing from the president continues to worsen," Steve Schmidt warned.
The daughter of the late Senator John McCain questioned why "tough women who don't put up with any s***" are described as "unhinged."
"For anyone who needs reminding of how a lot of Republicans like me were raised and how we view the world," McCain tweeted.
McCain called herself "one of Omar's most vocal critics" but condemned Trump's comments about the congresswoman.
The shirts were created by VoteVets and Rags of Honor, who plan to hand them out at Trump's Independence Day celebration.
"I'm sure this would mean a lot to patriot like Donald Trump," producer Andy Lassner wrote on Twitter to help the hashtag go viral.
"This went off the rails," Fox News anchor Leland Vittert reacted.
White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said it was not "unreasonable" for someone in the Trump administration to have the U.S.S. John McCain moved in Japan last week.
McCain also pointed out that the warship was actually named for her grandfather and great grandfather "who were the very first four-star admirals in the Navy."
"On behalf of the entire McCain family," she wrote, "Please be respectful to all of us."
"The president is now glorifying a loser," Congressman James Clyburn pointed out on Sunday. "Robert E. Lee was a loser," he asserted.
"We had it done except for one vote," Trump said, referring to John McCain's vote against an Obamacare repeal.
"Don't worry, Senator [John] McCain," Kushner reportedly said. "We're going to change the way the entire government works."