Drudge slams McCain: 'Corruption has so many faces'

Drudge slams McCain: 'Corruption has so many faces'

Matt Drudge took aim at Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainUpcoming Kavanaugh hearing: Truth or consequences How the Trump tax law passed: Dealing with a health care hangover Kavanaugh’s fate rests with Sen. Collins MORE on Sunday night, displaying a photo of the Arizona Republican on Twitter with the caption "corruption has so many faces."

The tweet is an apparent swipe at McCain's vote that ultimately killed a GOP ObamaCare repeal bill.

McCain, 80, had returned to the Senate on Tuesday after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer the week prior.


The 2008 Republican nominee for president joined Sens. Susan CollinsSusan Margaret CollinsGOP confidence grows on Kavanaugh GOP divide in Congress over Rosenstein's future Senate panel schedules Friday morning vote for Kavanaugh MORE (R-Maine) and Lisa MurkowskiLisa Ann MurkowskiGOP confidence grows on Kavanaugh Senate panel schedules Friday morning vote for Kavanaugh Overnight Energy — Sponsored by the National Biodiesel Board — Texas coal plant to shut down | Macron rejects trade deals with climate pact outsiders | Vote on park funding bills to miss deadline MORE (R-Alaska) and all Democrats and Independents in the Senate to narrowly defeat the "skinny" measure that would have repealed major parts of ObamaCare.

Drudge has been relatively more active on Twitter since Trump's inauguration on Jan. 20, primarily deriding Republicans on Capitol Hill for not pushing tax cuts and reform through faster. 

The 51-year-old Drudge always deletes his tweets a few hours after posting them. 

While Drudge has more than 520,000 of followers on Twitter, he doesn't follow anyone on the site.