Months After John McCain’s Death, Trump Keeps Feud With Him Alive


LIMA, Ohio — For months, President Trump has been unable to shake his grudge against Senator John McCain, who died in August of brain cancer.

Planning his funeral, the Republican Arizona senator made it clear that Mr. Trump would not be welcome, leaving the president to fume when his two immediate predecessors, Barack Obama and George W. Bush, eulogized Mr. McCain in a service at Washington National Cathedral. The president’s response was to stall on issuing any proclamation of praise, or ordering flags to be flown at half-staff to commemorate the senator’s death.

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