Meghan McCain slams man at Trump rally who called for her father - Tucson News Now

Meghan McCain slams man at Trump rally who called for her father's death

(Source: Twitter / @MeghanMcCain) (Source: Twitter / @MeghanMcCain)
PHOENIX (Tucson News Now) -

Meghan McCain defended her father on Twitter after a supporter of President Donald Trump reportedly called for her father's death outside of Mr. Trump's rally in Phoenix on Tuesday, Aug. 22.

Journalist David Catanese tweeted that he witnessed a Trump supporter shouting "McCain needs to die now."

Meghan McCain responded on Twitter saying: " I wouldn't wish seeing this about your own father on my worst enemy. May God help these people who inflict such cruelty in the world."

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