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People close to Senator McCain have told the White House that the ailing Arizona Republican does not want President Trump to attend his funeral and would like Vice President Mike Pence to come instead, NBC News reports.

McCain is a man with a huge family who loves him and constituents who adore him but yet he is spending his time thinking about Donald Trump. Barack Obama, McCain said that Obama was not a Muslim as the senior citizen tried to claim.

After writing that he doesn't know what to make of the president's "convictions", McCain writes that Mr. Trump "threatened to deliberately kill the spouses and children of terrorists, implying that an atrocity of that magnitude would show the world America's toughness". "I was raised in a military family".

When Trump was reported to have "physically" mocked McCain for the thumbs down gesture the senator made during his vote, McCain's daughter called Trump's action "abhorrent".

S.E. Cupp, who is friends with Meghan Mccain, then added: "He's not a sellout".

'He continues to inspire me everyday with his intense grit and determination, ' she posted. Lieberman, who visited McCain at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix two weeks ago. "I prefer people who weren't captured", Trump said at the time. The senator later clarified that he did not think Trump was a draft-dodger.

McCain said before he dies, he has "some things I'd like to take care of first".

"Going home to Arizona to be with my family", she tweeted.

"I want to change the subject", Tapper began. Okay. What a mess'. A Navy pilot during the Vietnam War, McCain was a prisoner of war for over five years.

Despite his statements, McCain still supports Palin's performance, according to reports.

The 81-year-old continued to read from his book, which recounts his time as a senator and to re-litigate major political issues in recent years, including his presidential campaign in 2008. For former Vice President Joe Biden, McCain's message was a simple one: don't "walk away" from politics, Biden told The New York Times, describing his conversation with the Arizona Republican.

"I'd like to go back to our valley and see the creek run after the rain, and hear the cottonwoods whisper in the wind".

The former Republican presidential candidate called for the hardline approach as more allegations emerge over Russia's role in the United States election.