Senator Lindsey Graham Warns Trump – As The President Stammers American Soldiers As “Losers” And “Suckers”
Trump Calls Soldiers ‘Losers’ And ‘suckers.’
Senator Lindsey Graham warns Trump as he allegedly stammers dead American soldiers as “losers” and “suckers.”
Recently, the US president was found to disparage the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). Trump said that the late Sen. John McCain got captured and tortured by the enemies in the Vietnam War. This clearly shows that the President has no respect or appreciation for the soldiers who died fighting for their homeland. This is not the first time, but every time he undermines the American soldiers.
On the night of McCain’s death, Trump reportedly denied a report that claimed that called the American soldiers “losers and suckers”. He said this while he cancelled the visit to Aisne-Marne American Cemetery. In 2018. He also said during that time, “Why should I go to that cemetery? It’s filled with losers.”
Senator Lindsey Graham’s Tweet In 2015
Also, a five-year-old tweet by Senator Lindsey Graham came up followed by the slurring of American soldiers by President Trump. Graham’s tweeted in 2015 that said, “At the heart of [Trump’s] statement is a lack of respect for those who have served.”
The tweet came up to interest after five long years as Trump keeps on attacking Senator John McCain even after his death in 2018.
After McCain’s death, Trump also said to senior staffers of Senator, “We’re not going to support that loser’s funeral.”
- Senator’s Daughter Tweets
On Thursday, Meghan McCain, daughter of John McCain, wrote, “I just got through two years without my Dad a few days ago. The loss is still incredibly painful and raw. No one is more acutely aware of how vile and disgusting Trump has been to my family; it is still hard to understand – America knows who this man is…”
She continued, “This never stops being incredibly painful, triggering, and it rips off new layers of grief that wreak havoc on my life. I wouldn’t wish any of it on my worst enemy. I truly pray for peace for my family, our grief, and for this country.”