John McCain, who is supposed to be a Republican and, therefore, a supporter of our President, has made a point of repeatedly trying to undermine the President’s administration.
Most recently, McCain stated in an interview with Esquire magazine that he doesn’t support Trump because Trump has no principles or beliefs.
Really? Well, isn’t that the pot calling the kettle black.
Ironically, only days after McCain uttered this snarky comment an old skeleton came dancing out of his closet, seemingly intent on showing to the world what a hypocrite McCain truly is.
The name of one of this skeleton is Vicki Iseman, and the rumor that is being bandied about alleges that McCain cheated on his first wife, Carol Shepp, with Iseman, who, born in 1967, was younger than some of McCain’s children.
According to an article on Freedom Daily, “A female lobbyist [Vicki Iseman] had been turning up with [McCain] at fund-raisers, visiting his offices and accompanying him on a client’s corporate jet. Convinced the relationship had become romantic, some of his top advisers intervened to protect the candidate from himself — instructing staff members to block the woman’s access, privately warning her away and repeatedly confronting him, several people involved in the campaign said on the condition of anonymity.”
But Iseman was not the only woman with whom McCain had fooled around. As it turned out, in 1980, only 5 months after divorcing Carol, McCain married Cindy Hensley, a hot blonde who was 18 years his junior.<>
It is said that his second marriage was the result of McCain tiring of his first wife, who had suffered from terrible injuries in a car accident in the late 1960’s, during the time she was faithfully waiting at home for her husband, who was then a Vietname POW, to return home. According to a Wikipedia article on the subject, McCain has said, “My [first] marriage’s collapse was attributable to my own selfishness and immaturity more than it was to Vietnam, and I cannot escape blame by pointing a finger at the war. The blame was entirely mine.”
Obviously John McCain is no saint and so has no right to be passing judgement on anyone else, particularly our President, whom he is supposed to support.