Sen. John McCain, if you’re going to criticize President Trump for draft dodging, then just come right out and say it, as we know exactly what you are doing.
McCain plays like he’s above the fray and the adult in the room but takes shots at Trump whenever he can. He sees himself as a big a game player as Trump, but he’s a lot more subtle in his delivery.
Trump did NOT dodge the draft as deferments were not dodging. Not reporting, burning your draft card, not registering WAS dodging. pic.twitter.com/vIqvspkfhh
— W.A.C.Vet (@WAC_Veteran) October 23, 2017
Some would call what McCain did in the video move a coward’s move.
Source: NY Post
Sen. John McCain took some veiled shots at President Trump over the weekend — slamming high-income draft dodgers for using their wealth to avoid serving in the Vietnam War.
“One aspect of the conflict, by the way, that I will never, ever countenance is that we drafted the lowest income level of America and the highest income level found a doctor that would say that they had a bone spur,” the Arizona lawmaker told C-SPAN3 in an interview that aired Sunday.
“That is wrong. That is wrong,” he said. “If we’re going to ask every American to serve, every American should serve.”
McCain, a Republican, didn’t actually name Trump — but the “bone spur” reference appeared to be a direct jab.
The president received several draft deferments during the war, including one in 1968 for bone spurs in his heels.
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