Arizona Republican Senator, John McCain, has admitted that he has no other choice but to fall in line like a good sheep and follow the fox that is Donald Trump where ever that fox leads. But just a month ago when John McCain thought he was talking off the record, he told an audience about his fears having Donald Trump being at the top of the Republican presidential ticket, and the misery he face in trying to win his Arizona senate seat again.
“If you listen to or watch Hispanic media in the state or in the country, you will see it’s all anti-Trump,” McCain, the 2008 GOP presidential nominee, said at the event. “The Hispanic community is roused and angry in a way that I have never seen in 30 years.”
McCain, who chairs the Senate Armed Services Committee, blamed Trump’s remarks that Mexican immigrants are “rapists” and “murderers,” along with his proposal to build a wall along the Mexican border, for Latino voters’ anger.
“Frankly, there’s an element of nativism to it,” the senator said.