John McCain is still waging a valiant battle with brain cancer, but he’s reportedly making funeral plans in the midst of his fight. And his plans apparently don’t include Donald Trump:

More from the Hill:

Those close to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) have told the White House that their plan for the Arizona Republican’s eventual funeral is to have Vice President Pence attend — but not President TrumpThe New York Times reports.

The funeral is expected to take place at the Washington National Cathedral, according to the Times.

But Trump, with whom McCain has had a tempestuous relationship, is not expected to attend the service, at least not according to current planning, the Times reported.

It shouldn’t come as a shock that McCain doesn’t want Trump at his funeral. Trump has denigrated McCain repeatedly, even going so far as to insult McCain’s military service and mock his heroism as a POW. McCain and his family are certainly within their rights to want to limit funeral guests to those who have actually demonstrated respect for McCain.

But Turning Point USA founder and executive director Charlie Kirk, for one, apparently doesn’t think McCain should get to make that call. So he’s taking a page from Trump’s book and impugning McCain’s character:

And what’s that, Charlie? That John McCain, a war hero who risked his life while Donald Trump fought his own “personal Vietnam” by avoiding STDs, can invite whoever he damn well pleases to his funeral?

You don’t have to like John McCain or agree with his policies to know that Kirk’s swipe is nasty and uncalled for.

Last word to Jonah Goldberg, who absolutely nails it:

Editor’s note: This post has been updated with an additional tweet.