Trump Castigates McCain and Other Captured Veterans for Making America Less Safe

“No publicity is bad publicity” is probably Donald Trump’s Motto as he keeps his name afloat on the news.

Criticisms from all directions being aimed at the presidential candidate. Last Sunday, however, Trump wrote a piece for USA Today, an op-ed piece where he expresses his opinion in veteran’s issues while saying Republican Sen. John McCain has “made America less safe.”

Fanning the flames into an inferno was probably Trump’s plan all along, as both Republicans and Democrats have joined together to lambast the mogul on his opinions on McCain’s service in the Vietnam War.

“I don’t like losers,” Trump, an alleged Republican presidential contender, said at the Iowa Family Leadership Summit during a question-and-answer session.

In the Iowa Family Leadership Summit, in a question-and-answer portion, Trump said “I don’t like losers.”

“He’s not a war hero,” according to Trump, mocking McCain. “He’s a war hero because he was captured. I like people that weren’t captured.”

McCain’s Capture was documented: in his 5 year imprisonment, he had refused a release that would have let him leave soldiers who were held longer than him. He had to suffer torture, and an excruciating bayonet to the groin. Trump been excused from being drafted in 1986, allegedly due to bone spurs in his heels.