"He was very frustrated with what was going on then and I think now he’d be even more frustrated," she said.
"It’s really a way to honor a family that ... has shown that the country is bigger than any one individual,” said Peter Kauffmann of VoteVets.
In fact, McCain was a sponsor of the legislation and successfully pushed for the one feature Trump constantly takes credit for. Obama signed it into law in 2014.
The hashtag went viral after Ellen DeGeneres' producer Andy Lassner called on Twitter users to honor "an American hero" on the president's 73rd birthday.
The protest group Led By Donkeys wants the U.S. president to know "the vast majority of people in this country don’t like him.”
Chip Franklin displayed the picture on Trump's favorite network "in the off-chance the president’s watching."
The message from acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan directly contradicts Mick Mulvaney's claim that efforts to hide USS John McCain were "not unreasonable."
The acting White House chief of staff said it would be "silly" to fire someone for trying to protect Trump's feelings.
The request was made in preparation for President Donald Trump's visit to Japan.
John McCain's daughter asked the president to stop attacking her deceased father.
The president says he had nothing to do with the White House's plan to relocate the USS John McCain during his visit to Japan.
“Trump is a child who will always be deeply threatened by the greatness of my dads incredible life," the co-host of "The View" tweeted.
The president has continued a long-running feud with Sen. John McCain, even though the lawmaker died last August.
The daughter of the late Arizona senator told Klobuchar to “leave my [father's] legacy and memory out of presidential politics.”
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar said McCain offered the list while they sat together as Trump was sworn into office.
The respected GOP senator failed to endorse candidate Trump in life and got tardy recognition from President Trump in death.
Kelly Sadler, who will now be working for a pro-Trump super PAC, reportedly said last May that the senator's opinion didn't matter because he was "dying anyway."
"The View" co-host told the president: "No one believes you care about prisoners of war and 'people who get captured.'"