Donald Trump has once again slammed his late enemy John McCain on Twitter, but the former Senator’s daughter is not taking the newest attack on her father’s legacy without fighting back.

Trump took to Twitter to blast the late Senator from Arizona, who died from brain cancer in 2018, after sharing a new article from conservative outlet Breitbart News that claimed new texts from FBI Agent Peter Strzok which stated the investigation into the President’s ties with Russia started much earlier than believed. The report also states that McCain was the one who sent the anti-Trump Steele Dossier to journalist Carl Bernstein, which led to the President’s newest attack on the senator.

Among the insults to McCain were ones where he referred to him as “last in his class” and “overrated.”

However, McCain’s daughter, Meghan, who is one of the co-hosts on “The View,” and, like the rest of her family is an outspoken critic of Trump, quickly took to Twitter to slam Trump, referring to him as a disgrace to his office as the President of the United States and taunting him about the fact that Arizona, once a Republican stronghold, went Blue for Joe Biden in the Presidential election.

Others also quickly took to Twitter to denounce the fact that Trump was once again attacking McCain more than two years after his death, especially considering the fact that he has yet to speak negatively about Vladimir Putin, who did play a role in meddling in the 2016 election.

Trump, who will officially leave office on Jan. 20, has also faced criticism over his handling of the COVID-19 Pandemic, which, as of the CDC’s last update, has seen more than 16 million Americans infected with the virus and over 306,000 deaths. Trump has also been critiqued over his refusal to concede the election and claims that he not only won a second term as President but that widespread fraud led to Biden’s victory. Those claims have all been proven false and his various court cases have been thrown out.

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NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 09: Meghan McCain attends 11th Annual IAVA Heroes Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street on November 9, 2017 in New York City. John Lamparski/WireImage