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'NO PEACE, B****': Meghan McCain spurns Kari Lake's invitation to get together and chat
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'NO PEACE, B****': Meghan McCain spurns Kari Lake's invitation to get together and chat

Meghan McCain, a daughter of the late Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona, has spurned GOP U.S. Senate primary candidate Kari Lake's invitation to meet.

"Kari Lake is trying to walk back her continued attacks on my Dad (& family) and all of his loyal supporters after telling them to 'get the hell out'. Guess she realized she can't become a Senator without us. No peace, b****. We see you for who you are - and are repulsed by it," McCain tweeted.

In response, Lake invited McCain to get together and chat.

"I value you. I value your family and I value the passion you have for our state. I'd love nothing more than to buy you a beer, a coffee or lunch and pick your brain about how we can work together to strengthen our state. My team is sending you my contact info — if you’re willing to meet, it would mean a lot to me. Thank you, Meghan. I hope we can connect soon! God bless," Lake tweeted.

But McCain fired back by exclaiming with all capital letters, "NO PEACE, B****!"

"All Kari can do is extend the olive branch. If you refuse to take it, that's your call. This kind of blind anger is not conducive to bringing Arizona together. It won't stop Kari from trying," the Kari Lake War Room X account responded.

In the past, Lake made the comment, "We don't have any McCain Republicans in here do we?" before adding, "get the hell out."

During a recent radio interview, Lake said that she wants everybody's vote, including those who identify as a "McCain Republican" or "Trump Republican," as well as independents and "disaffected Democrats."

Bruce St. James, who identified himself as a "McCain Republican," said that Lake had told McCain Republicans they were not welcome. He asked her, "What changed?"

Lake pushed back, saying that was "not what I said," and asserting that her comment had been "joke."

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Alex Nitzberg

Alex Nitzberg

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