Lou Dobbs Doubles Down: McCain Fair Game, Trump Attack Not an ‘Exhumation of His Body, for God Sake!’

‘Republicans should not attack the president because he was criticizing late senator John McCain’

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DOBBS: “Last night here, I comment on in a number of leading Republican including Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell. I suggested President Trump well — should be forbearing a bit. And that those Republicans should not attack the president because he was criticizing late senator John McCain. This is what happens when you speak out against the Republican critics of the president. You make some news. Here are some headlines from last night. The hill saying Lou Todd’s criticizes Republicans undercutting Trump are nasty reports about John McCain. They say Lou Dobbs defends Trump, imagine appeared asinine for Republicans to attack over McCain comments. Th daily caller said Lou Dobbs defends Trump against GOP critics over McCain comments. I do, I did and I will . As I said, the president is speaking out about what he sees as betrayal. By senator McCain when he voted against the repeal of ObamaCare. I would suggest to Republicans and some of them just newly arrived in Republican, that they might think about the old expression, you cannot lead if you cannot follow. And any word of suggestion, I suggest you follow this president. Because that is the way to victory. Joining us tonight, former Reagan White House political director, fox business political analyst, Ed Rollins. New York post columnist, pulitzer prize-winning columnist, fox business contributor, Michael Goodwin. Good to have you both with this.”

(Via Mediaite)

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