Lindsey Graham: Trump Response to McCain Death ‘Disturbing’
DICKERSON: "People would say the real disconnect between your effort to try to work with the president and your friendship with John McCain is, people say, all of the praises that being heaped on John McCain does not apply to the president."
GRAHAM: "I am going to do everything I can to help President Trump, and when he’s wrong, I will say so. It bothers me greatly when the president says things about John McCain. It pisses me off to no end, and I'll let the president know it. And the way he's handled the passing of John is just — it was disturbing. We finally got it right. I am not going to give up on the idea of working with this president. The best way I can honor John McCain is help my country."