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Donald Trump on John McCain: He’s weak on immigration, would probably lose

Jul 12, 2015, 9:59 AM | Updated: 10:35 am

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In the days leading to his Saturday appearance in Phoenix, presidential candidate Donald Trump had said he was the most popular person in the state of Arizona.

Following his rally at the Phoenix Convention Center, he continued to stand by his comments when asked by KTAR’s Cooper Rummell. He didn’t stop there, he talked about Sen. John McCain, in a somewhat surprising way.

Trump said McCain is “very weak” on immigration and that if he has an opponent in 2016, he believes he could very well be beat.

See the full response below.

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Donald Trump on John McCain: He’s weak on immigration, would probably lose