President Donald Trump gestures as he is introduced U.S.Senate candidate Luther Strange during a campaign rally, Friday, Sept. 22, 2017, in Huntsville, Ala. Photo: Evan Vucci / AP

President Trump spent the morning after his Alabama rally sending tweet after tweet about everything from Luther Strange to the Graham-Cassidy bill.

He specifically singled out John McCain in several tweets, saying he'd misled the public about his intentions and let his constituents and "best friend" Lindsey Graham down.

  • "John McCain never had any intention of voting for this Bill, which his Governor loves. He campaigned on Repeal & Replace. Let Arizona down!"
  • "Arizona had a 116% increase in ObamaCare premiums last year, with deductibles very high. Chuck Schumer sold John McCain a bill of goods. Sad"
  • "Large Block Grants to States is a good thing to do. Better control & management. Great for Arizona. McCain let his best friend L.G. down!"

He also tweeted about Rand Paul: And the issues he has with the Affordable Care Act: And another endorsement for Sen. Luther Strange:

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