Sen. John McCain has launched a new broadside attack on the President Donald Trump.
As the Charlottesville chaos subsides and the race-card loses its sting, Arizona senator has decided to rev back up the Russian hacking narrative, saying the Trump’s leadership on cybersecurity is “weak.”
These divisive remarks were spoken at an Arizona State University cybersecurity conference.
“Unfortunately, leadership from the executive branch on cybersecurity has been weak.,” he said. “As America’s enemies seized the initiative in cyberspace, the last administration offered no serious cyber deterrence policy and strategy. And while the current administration promised a cyber policy within 90 days of inauguration, we still have not seen a plan.”
Trump signed an executive order in May regarding the strengthening of cybersecurity. However, McCain remained critical of the administration’s efforts.
At a rally in Arizona on Tuesday, Trump made veiled complaints about McCain’s vote against the healthcare bill without mentioning him by name, ABC News reported.
“We were just one vote away from victory after seven years of everybody proclaiming ‘repeal and replace,'” said Trump. “One vote away.
“I will not mention any names,” he added. “Very presidential, isn’t it? Very presidential.”
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