In Unhinged Rant, Donald Trump Attacks John McCain’s Bravery: ‘I Wouldn’t Want To Be In A Foxhole’ With Him


In his first major interview since P***ygate, Donald Trump ran to Bill O’Reilly a guy who has been twice accused of being a sexual predator. But even Trump’s milkshake BFF knew he had become unhinged as Trump meandered from attacking Senator John McCain and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan for not supporting him, to claiming he didn’t care, then insiting they’d support him if he became president, then circling back to ranting against them again for not supporting him.

Trump’s visit to The O’Reilly Factor was after a Twitter tirade against McCain and Ryan. They have each withdrawn their support of Trump (though Ryan has not unendorsed him) in the wake of the release of a vile video that shows Trump bragging, among other crude remarks about women, “Grab them by the p***y.”  

Trump has apologized for his comments but now he seems to think he's the one who deserves an apology.

On Twitter, he complained  that “Disloyal R’s are far more difficult than Crooked Hillary;” that “[I]t is hard to do well when Paul Ryan and others give zero support!” and that McCain “dropped me over locker room remarks!” 

Trump sounded even more petulant and unglued as he continued this tirade on The Factor:

TRUMP: I’m just tired of non-support and I don’t really want [Ryan’s] support. …I don’t care about his support.


[McCain] was desperate to get my endorsement. I gave him the endorsement ‘cause he needed it for the primary and frankly he ran against a very, very good woman. I feel very badly I gave him the endorsement. But that’s OK.

[…] He easily wins his primary and then all of a sudden, you know, he does the unendorsement thing.

O’Reilly pointed out that McCain unendorsed because he “didn’t like the tape thing.”

Trump didn’t sound like a guy who was repentant for what he had said and done.

TRUMP: Oh, give me a break. He’s never heard salty language before. You know, John McCain, who has probably the dirtiest mouth in all of the Senate, has never heard – you know, you talk about lewd, it’s lewd which he’s never heard that before.

O’Reilly suggested it might not be a good idea to attack McCain and Ryan because if elected president, “You’re gonna need these guys.”

Trump seems to think they’ll come running.

TRUMP: They’ll be there. I would think that Ryan maybe wouldn’t be there. Maybe he’ll be in a different position. But McCain will be there, they’ll all be there. 

But will they cooperate, O’Reilly asked, “after you’re trashing them?”

Trump’s answer gives an insight into his warped, self-serving, self-centered outlook.

TRUMP: To be honest with you, Bill, I get along with people and I think you know that maybe better than anybody. I’ll get along with them.

O’Reilly obviously wasn’t buying it. “I don’t know what good it does to trash people,” he admonished.

That started Trump on another round of whining. This time, draft-dodger Trump accused war-hero McCain of being a coward.

TRUMP: He was begging for my endorsement. People are calling, his friends are calling. And then the first sign of a little bit of difficulty, he unendorses. I wouldn’t want to be in a foxhole with a lot of these people. That I can tell you.

I’ll bet the feeling’s mutual, Birther Boy.

Watch Trump go bonkers below, from the October 11, 2016 The O’Reilly Factor.

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commented 2016-10-15 00:12:17 -0400 · Flag
O’Reilly " You meant asshole, right …?"
commented 2016-10-12 18:27:17 -0400 · Flag
In Unhinged Rant, Donald Trump Attacks John McCain’s Bravery: ‘I Wouldn’t Want To Be In A Foxhole’ With Him

That’s okay, Drumpf. I’m betting McCain wouldn’t want to be in a locker room with you.

Kinda sad, though — I mean, think of it: if Drumpf were in a foxhole with McCain, he might have a better chance of actually EARNING a Purple Heart, without waiting for someone to hand it to him . . .

commented 2016-10-12 15:35:59 -0400 · Flag
Maybe Heel Spurs get better with age. Terrible in your early 20s, but no problem in your early 70s.
commented 2016-10-12 15:22:19 -0400 · Flag
Edwin’s right. It’s really absurd for Draft-Dodging Trump (maybe that can catch on) to even mention the word “foxhole” when he’s never been in one in the first place. (I doubt he’s even visited a military battle site—other than looking to turn it into a golf course.)

Then again, there’s that large batch of blind idiots who don’t care about anything Trump says or does—they blindly follow along in agreement.

ANYONE else—much less someone running for the “R” nomination as President—who dared to minimize the service of ANY veteran would have been turned to toast before the end of the news cycle. And ANYONE else who dared impugn a Gold Star Family’s actions—even a Family supporting the “opposition”—would likewise have been turned to toast before the end of the news cycle.

It just proves there’s nothing that Trump can say or do that will burn his bridges with his batch of deplorable supporters. I actually believe he could rape a ninety year-old wheelchair-bound Alzheimer’s-afflicted grandmother in the middle of Times Square and then machine gun everyone who tried to stop him and still not lose a single one of his followers.
commented 2016-10-12 15:11:56 -0400 · Flag
We’re gonna miss Trump after the election.
commented 2016-10-12 14:10:17 -0400 · Flag
Donald used a handful of deferments to avoid being in a foxhole at all. He chose not to serve his country.
commented 2016-10-12 13:54:22 -0400 · Flag
The Orange Doughboy needs an intervention followed by some serious psychotherapeutic drugs.
commented 2016-10-12 13:14:11 -0400 · Flag
Michael Taylor,
The “foxhole” remark was made when Trump was talking about McCain. Yes, it was generalized to Republicans but McCain, as George D. pointed out, is a Republican. In my opinion Trump specifically targeted the remark to McCain but at the very least it’s indisputable he included him in the attack. And this is not the first time Trump has deliberately denigrated McCain’s military service.
commented 2016-10-12 12:24:43 -0400 · Flag
Oh well - there’s always the safe and secure FOX hole with Billdo Reilly, KKKlannity, and the very comforting Morning Douche.
commented 2016-10-12 11:12:37 -0400 · Flag
Hey cmon Michael Taylor…McCain is a republican… so your saying he would want McCain in a foxhole with him… 6 won way half a dozen the other… semantics…
commented 2016-10-12 10:42:26 -0400 · Flag
Ah, Capn Trump lecturing on a shirttail hanging out while he steams over his own towline. Again.
commented 2016-10-12 10:39:17 -0400 · Flag
The Title of the Article is Misleading.

Donald Trump did not say, by name as the article states, that he would not want to be in a Fox Hole with John McCain. He made a general statement that he would not want to be in a Fox Hole with Republicans who are now not supporting him or unendorsing him and sayng bad things about him due to the video.

I believe that if the Trump opposition is to have any credibility, at the very least report accurately what the man says.
commented 2016-10-12 09:55:52 -0400 · Flag
O’Reilly: “I don’t know what good it does to trash people”.—— I don’t know about that Junior. You’ve done quite well with it.
commented 2016-10-12 09:52:22 -0400 · Flag
“I Wouldn’t Want To Be In A Foxhole’ With Him.” HA! Forget about McCain or anybody else. There isn’t a foxhole out there big enough to fit Donald and his ego. Shithole, maybe.
commented 2016-10-12 07:55:35 -0400 · Flag
“Right this way, Mr. Trump.
Your rubber room has been prepared for you.”
commented 2016-10-12 07:51:40 -0400 · Flag
@ David Lindsay And heaven help us all if that beer truck is a Budweiser truck, because in the immortal words of Cheech & Chong:


commented 2016-10-12 07:41:04 -0400 · Flag
Imagine what The Donald is really like in private. Oops, don’t go there… TRUMP = Tediously Recycled Unrepentant Media Pimp
commented 2016-10-12 07:32:02 -0400 · Flag
@ Arthur Gane Mark my words Arthur:

commented 2016-10-12 06:43:52 -0400 · Flag
“They [Republicans] don’t know how to win – I will teach them!” – Der Furor

Oh yeah, Donald, which is explains why Daily Kos gives Hillary a 95% chance of winning the Electoral College. Nate Silver 83.5%. Which also explains why the GOP is in full panic down ballot. Dems have a good shot at a 50/50 Senate (with Kaine tie breaker) and there’s even some wild chatter of Dems taking the House.

“Despite winning the second debate in a landslide (every poll)…” – Hair Hitler

Every poll? Online polls on Stormfront? Fox Nation? I won’t even go into your “landslide” bulls—t that even fast talking Kellyanne Conway couldn’t defend.

Trump’s a liar on such a scale it’s comical. No wonder why establishment con Bill O’Reilly is choking on The Donald’s smokescreen.
commented 2016-10-12 04:30:44 -0400 · Flag
American progressives must get the vote out no matter what.
Trump supporters are going to flock to the polls, don’t be caught out.
commented 2016-10-12 03:09:55 -0400 · Flag
Trump is the runaway beer truck right now. He can’t help but smash into innocent bystanders. More popcorn please.
commented 2016-10-12 02:05:06 -0400 · Flag
Breaking News Alert!

Trumpster in huge trouble now! Grandpa Hannocchio can defend this large gem!

Women come forward against Trump!