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Meghan McCain Snaps On Kari Lake

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Meghan McCain and Kari Lake, candidates for U.S. Senate in Arizona, publicly clashed again on Twitter.

McCain criticized Lake for attempting to walk back previous attacks on McCain’s father John McCain and his supporters.

“My dad passed away from cancer, too,” Lake wrote. “I trust and believe that if our fathers were still with us they would do everything they could to save this Republic.”

In response to Lake extending an olive branch message seeking unity, McCain dismissed the outreach, posting “NO PEACE, [EXPLETIVE]!” citing Lake’s past telling McCain’s father’s supporters to “get the hell out.”

“Kari Lake is trying to walk back her continued attacks on my Dad (& family) and all of his loyal supporters after telling them to ‘get the hell out’. Guess she realized she can’t become a Senator without us. No peace, [expletive]. We see you for who you are – and are repulsed by it,” McCain said.

The relationship has been contentious, largely playing out on Twitter, with McCain vocally criticizing Lake’s comments and use of the term “Maverick” associated with her father.

McCain described Lake with sharp words and criticized her adoption of the nickname, signaling an unwillingness to reconcile despite Lake’s message highlighting potential common ground as mothers.

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