Trump setup for morbid foul play as part of McCain's funeral plans?

Report: Hatch calls McCain request that Trump not attend his funeral 'ridiculous'

Twitter erupts after Senator McCain 'disinvites' Trump to his funeral

"I've known great passions, seen amazing wonders, fought in a war, and helped make a peace", McCain says.

The most senior Republican in the Senate, Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, quipped the idea was "ridiculous", and he also predicted McCain would never return to the Senate.

"I think John should have his wishes fulfilled with regard to who attends his funeral", Hatch said.

I'd like everybody to take a collective breath and chill out on my dad for a second, especially Orrin Hatch.

"I've spoken out of turn", Hatch told reporters Tuesday, according to The Hill. McCain blasting his VP nominee Sarah Palin along with Trump in his upcoming book has just fueled the public storm.

On Monday, Hatch critiqued McCain for his exclusion of the President, calling Trump a "very good man". In other words, McCain was demanding something that would ensure the defeat of any attempt to gut ObamaCare. The media site also suggests that McCain has shown "wrath" for Trump in his up and coming memoir.

Over the weekend, McCain's family and close associates expressed his wishes not to have Trump at his funeral, which is planned to take place in the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. McCain prefers to have Vice President Mike Pence come instead, The New York Times reported. He's a war hero because he was captured. He's a war hero because he was captured. In response, Hatch told CNN the request was "ridiculous" before acknowledging "it's up to John".

The 81-year-old Arizona Senator was diagnosed glioblastoma, the same rare and aggressive brain cancer that killed Democratic Sen.

John McCain (R-AZ) fights glioblastoma, his daughter Meghan McCain has been forced to miss episodes of "The View", which she joined as a co-host in late 2017.

Hatch, 84, is retiring after this year.

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