Khan asks McCain to withdraw Trump support

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump attends a rally

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump attends a rally in Kissimmee Fla. Thursday Aug. 11 2016

"If you sit there and just dissect Donald Trump, you may feel that way", Paladino said of criticisms of Trump.

Khan and his wife, Ghazala, appeared onstage at the Democratic National Convention that nominated Hillary Clinton. Let me ask you: Have you even read the US Constitution?

The co-chairman of Donald Trump's NY campaign said Friday that Khizr Khan, the father of a slain Muslim-American solider, "doesn't deserve" the title of a Gold Star parent.

"We've got an un-indicted felon as his opponent and you're talking about Khan, about him making a remark about this man", Paladino, a former NY gubernatorial candidate, told interviewer Connell McShane on Imus in the Morning.

But by no means does McCain, who hosts a program on America Now Radio, support Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Earlier this week, Yale's College Republicans took a very different approach, announcing they were endorsing Trump. Trump said in an interview with ABC News'.

Former Arizona state Senator Dr. Kelli Ward is attacking establishment Senator John McCain for his tepid support of the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

"If it were not an election year with a close primary, I'm sure he would have already thrown Trump under the bus in order to do his normal political chameleon routine".

Khan spoke of the desire for Republican officials to be on the right side of history with regard to Trump: "If you publicly rebuked him, you will look back and you will stand tall in front of the nation and you will say you were not for this, we were for [a] better America". He called the Arizona senator "my and my family's hero" and said one of the last talks he had with his son was about McCain's book, Why Courage Matters.

Republican students at Yale have gone to war with each other over whether to endorse Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

A poster child of sorts for millennial Republicans, McCain further tweeted, "Any attempted rationale on who is to blame if the candidate loses is absurd and irresponsible - it's the candidates job to win over voters".

A request for comment to McCain's office was not immediately returned Friday morning.

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