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Following John’s passing in August, Meghan has continued to publicly mourn her father on social media, often counting the days since he’s been gone.

Most recently in March, she shared a photo with the late senator and explained how she had a dream about happier days before John was diagnosed with brain cancer.

Meghan also noted how she intends on keeping her father’s memory alive by talking about him, despite the fact that she still struggles to revisit certain things and places that remind her of him.

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“203 days. It feels like forever and simultaneously like no time at all,” she wrote. “I had a dream none of this happened and we were laughing our faces off by the grill and drinking vodka while you were seasoning ribs with Mom, Bridget and Jimmy on the deck.”

“People say I talk about you too much and it makes them angry… I’m never going to stop talking about you,” she continued. “I’m not ashamed of the pain, or the intensity of grief, or our bond, or how we’re so much alike it freaks your friends out at dinner – or the fact that I still can’t listen to The Beach Boys.”

“The day before you died I went on a hike alone across the creek in the canyon and begged God not to take you home,” she wrote. “I still don’t understand what he was thinking.”

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Besides memorializing her father, Meghan has also recently found herself having to defend him against attacks from President Donald Trump.

Last month, after Trump, 72, attacked the former Arizona senator over his alleged involvement with the Russian investigation, Meghan spoke up on 

“[Trump] spends his weekend obsessing over great men because — he knows it and I know it and all of you know it — he will never be a great man,” she stated. “My father was his kryptonite in life, he’s his kryptonite in death.”

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