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Donald Trump releases statement on Facebook regarding John McCain’s military resume

After making harsh comments Saturday morning regarding Sen. John McCain’s status as a war hero, presidential candidate Donald Trump posted a statement on Facebook, furthering the feud.

At an event in Iowa, Trump was asked about McCain and said “”He’s a war hero because he was captured. I like people who weren’t captured.”

Trump backtracked slightly on Twitter:

After the event, Trump posted the following on Facebook, which is similar to the nine-tweet statement Trump made on Twitter:

I am not a fan of John McCain because he has done so little for our Veterans and he should know better than anybody what the Veterans need, especially in regards to the VA. He is yet another all talk, no action politician who spends too much time on television and not enough time doing his job and helping the Vets. He is also allowing our military to decrease substantially in size and strength, something which should never be allowed to happen.

Furthermore, he was extremely disrespectful to the thousands upon thousands of people, many of whom happen to be his constituents, that came to listen to me speak about illegal immigration in Phoenix last week by calling them “crazies”.

These were not “crazies”—these were great American citizens.

I have great respect for all those who serve in our military including those that weren’t captured and are also heroes.

I want to strengthen our military and take care of our Veterans. I want to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN especially for those that serve to protect our freedom. I am fighting for our Veterans!