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NOVEMBER 19, 2018
The US does not need a negative Cindy. Cindy McCain, in an interview broadcast Friday, said that she hopes President Trump learns from the midterm elections and realizes that our country needs a strong leader, not a negative Nancy. "It's very humbling to lose and I hope he learns from it," McCain, whose late husband, Sen. John McCain, sparred regularly with Trump, told CBS News. She said she hopes the midterm results will take Trump "back to basics." Trump did not lose, Republican weak failures lost,
"I hope he learns from it and realizes that our country needs a strong leader and not a negative Nancy, if I can put it in such a basic term," she said. "We need our president. We need a White House that's strong, we need a White House that's not sparring with each other. And right now I think we're -- things are in disarray, and I would hope through this that he does learn." Cindy should hide in shame.
Trump had also fumed about McCain's vote last
year in the Senate to kill off a bill to reform ObamaCare, and returned
to the topic frequently in public. McCain's vote was the main cause
of the Republican loss.