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McCain’s Ex-Chief Of Staff Rips ‘Small Man’ Trump, Says Presidency Is Too Big For Him: Watch

Donald Trump finally broke his silence following the passing of Senator John McCain (R-AZ) on Monday. The Republican Senator’s former chief of staff Grant Woods spoke with CNN about Trump’s long silence.

Woods told CNN’s Jim Scuitto that the presidency is too big of a job for Trump.

“Trump finally spoke about McCain. Earlier he released a statement, this of course after being pushed a number of times by Democrats and Republicans,” Sciutto said. “What’s your reaction to that delay in honoring Senator McCain?”

Woods did appreciate Ivanka Trump who was the first to release a statement, but he went on to bash Trump for his actions.

“I think we should try to be positive, so I thought it was a really beautiful and perfect statement that Ivanka Trump made. That was really well done. I will just say not specifically but just generally, one of the things I’ve learned in life is you don’t want to put a small man in a big job. It doesn’t usually work out.”

Take a look at the clip below:

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