(Washington, DC) — A number of Republicans are calling on President Trump to apologize for his comment about former Michigan Congressman John Dingell, who died earlier this year. South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said if he said it, he should apologize. Trump said during a rally Wednesday night in Michigan that the former Congressman was “looking up” from hell. Graham said Dingell, a World War Two veteran, was a fine, fine man. Republican Congressman Fred Upton of Michigan said Trump should apologize for the “unfortunate” remark. Another Republican Congressman from Michigan, Paul Mitchell, also demanded an apology. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Dingell served his country well, but did not criticize the President.
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