John McCain repeatedly repeated the names of DICTATORS during the inauguration of Trump, says Democrat Amy Klobuchar
- Klobuchar made the statement during a campaign stop in Iowa
- Trump had attacked McCain as a prisoner of war during the campaign
- She sat next to McCain at the event
- Referred to as & # 39; that dark inauguration & # 39;
- Trump would eventually blame McCain for the defeat of his Obamacare withdrawal
- McCain also passed on a copy of the golden shower file to the FBI
Senator Amy Klobuchar has added another potential chapter to the off-the-grave feud between the late Senator John McCain and President Donald Trump, claiming that McCain went through the names of dictators during the inauguration of historic 2016.
Klobuchar made the claim in Iowa over the weekend, where she is part of a crowd of Democratic candidates trying to grab the brass ring of the party's presidential nomination to defeat Trump in 2020.
Klobuchar made it clear that she was the commentary part of a & # 39; dark inauguration & # 39; considered in 2017, she says intentionally other calamities.
& # 39; John McCain continued to dictate dictations to me during that speech, & # 39; Klobuchar told a crowd from Iowa, & # 39; because he knew more than what we saw as a nation. He understood. "
& # 39; John McCain continued to prescribe dictator names during Donald Trump's inauguration, & # 39; said Senator Amy Klobuchar, who sat next to the hero of the late war in Vietnam.
She commented on a campaign event that was also a campaign version of a 59th birthday party for the Minnesota Senator. She left no doubt that she believed McCain knew what he was warning about.
& # 39; He knew it because he knew this man better than anyone, & # 39; Klobuchar said.
McCain, like most D.C. political insiders, didn't spend much time with Trump for his overwhelming election disorder. However, McCain was familiar with the infamous golden showers file, an unverified document of compiled political intelligence that he had passed on to the FBI during the transition.
& # 39; The path we are on did not only start today. It started not only with the debates in 2020, "Klobuchar said," the arc on which we stand, this arc of justice began that day after that dark inauguration. "
Senator John McCain cheated with Trump during the 2016 campaign, and then passed a file on him to the FBI. He rejected the names of dictators at Klobuchar during the historic speech
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., Speaks with locals during a meet and greet in a coffee shop, Saturday, May 25, 2019, in Iowa Falls, Iowa
Trump swore during his speech that & # 39; this American massacre is stopping here and currently & # 39;
President-elect Donald Trump is sworn in as president on January 20, 2017 at the US Capitol in Washington, DC
McCain made recordings in Trump in his book and Trump continued to attack McCain after his death in 2018 from brain cancer
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., Speaks with Linda Gehrke, of Iowa Falls, right, during a meet and greet at a coffee shop, Saturday, May 25, 2019, in Iowa Falls, Iowa
Klobuchar also referred to the march of women, who acted in part in response to Trump and immediately flooded the Capitol after his initiation. She called her & # 39; favorite march & # 39 ;, and said that there was & # 39; no way, no how & # 39; voters would give up the Register Des Moines reported.
She said she was sitting between Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, who, like him, will be president in 2016 and who tried Trump & # 39; Crazy Bernie & # 39; to name.
During the campaign, Trump had attacked McCain's gun possession as a prisoner of war and said: & I love people who have not been imprisoned. & # 39;
McCain helped bring down the Trump & # 39; s Obamacare revocation, and then took in Trump in his book for his death from brain cancer in 2018.
Trump continues to attack McCain after his death, including by stepping up the mood in health care.
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