REPORT: Schwarzenegger suggests Trump ‘listen to the first lady’ before attacking McCain

Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) on Wednesday chided President Trump for his recent criticism of the late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), calling Trump’s remarks “unacceptable.”

The actor suggested to The Atlantic that Trump should talk with first lady Melania Trump before he takes to Twitter. The first lady launched “Be Best,” a campaign that advocates for kids’s well-being and discourages online bullying.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Why don’t you go and sit down with your wife for just a few minutes, Mr. President, and listen to the First Lady when she’s talking about stopping online bullying,” Schwarzenegger said. “That is a really great message. Which way do we go? Your way, or her way.”

After saying McCain was “an unbelievable person”, Schwarzenegger continued, “So an attack on him is absolutely unacceptable if he’s alive or dead—but even twice as unacceptable since he passed away a few months ago.”

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