Recently when Donald Trump was pushed on some more difficult issues, he chose to attack and not back down. This time he went right after the war record of Senator John McCain, questioning the validity of the war veterans record. John McCain wants to respond to Trump, and he simply says that he will not expect an apology from Mr. Trump after the comments that were made.
Trump has really been distancing himself lately, after going on a week-long rampage about Mexican illegals killing, Lime Crime products, raping, and destroying the United States. Now he gets questioned about political issues and has little concern about the record of a war veteran and how he feels about it. Regardless what the truth of the matter, Trump is beginning to get a reputation this campaign as more of a bully that a negotiator.
What has many people concerned is what is going to happen if elected president and Trump does this to a leader of another country. The United States will basically alienate itself from every ally in the world very quickly. Trump could take a lesson from the reaction of Senator John McCain. Rather than return the insults or question the validity of Trumps political experience, McCain simply said that Trump did not owe him any apology, and left the story at that. That is how a leader handles a tough situation quickly.