The American flag files at half-staff at the White House, Monday afternoon, Aug. 27, 2018, in Washington. Two days after Sen. John McCain's death, President Donald Trump says he respects the senator's "service to our country" and has signed a proclamation to fly the U.S. flag at half-staff until his burial. The flag atop the White House flew at half-staff over the weekend but was raised Monday and then lowered again amid criticism. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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President Trump ordered the American flag to fly at half-staff through this coming Sunday to honor the late Senator John McCain. Todd Starnes opened his radio show by talking about how he received calls from all sides of the political spectrum about the Arizona Senator's legacy. There was also a debate over whether or not the mainstream media is presenting conservative voter feelings on the impact of John McCain's death.

"When you turn on CNN, you turn on MSNBC, you listen to the radio, you have all these people telling you how you should be feeling right now. And I know that a lot of you in this listening audience, you did not feel this way, which is why the phones exploded yesterday. Because there were many of you who had issues," Starnes said.

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