Cindy McCain on what late Sen. John McCain would say to Biden if he was alive: “He would tell Joe that he has great confidence in him, he knows he’s going to be a good president in terms of bringing the country together.” #InaugurationDay
Cindy McCain, the widow of Sen. John McCain, tells us that Pres. Joe Biden is "absolutely ready" for the job. "It was a change in the country," Mrs. McCain says in reflecting on suburban Republican voters who cast their ballots for Pres. Biden.
Cindy McCain, the widow of Sen. John McCain, tells @NorahODonnell that Pres. Joe Biden is "absolutely ready" for the job. "It was a change in the country," Mrs. McCain says in reflecting on suburban Republican voters who cast their ballots for Pres. Biden.
“I have great hope that this president will lead us down a path to not only help us heal… but also help us thrive, as well.” Cindy McCain, wife of late Sen. John McCain and close friend of Joe Biden, says she is looking forward to his inauguration.
“I hold in my heart nothing but love for this country & for all its citizens, whether they supported me or Sen. Obama, I wish Godspeed to the man who was my former opponent & will be my president” Senator John McCain giving his graceful concession speech
Sen. John McCain on Sen. at 2008 Al Smith Dinner: "Political opponents can have a little trouble seeing the best in each other. But I have had a few glimpses of this man at his best. And I admire his great skill, energy, and determination."
President Trump tried to rescind an order that lowered flags to half-staff across the U.S. to honor the late Sen. John McCain in August 2018, according to a former senior official at the Department of Homeland Security.
Sen. Schumer on chant at Trump rally: "There's no John McCain anymore. When this kind of bitter racism emerged at his town hall meeting, he rejected it...It went down in history as one of his finest moments. Where are the fine moments of my colleagues?"
BREAKING: Republican Sen. John McCain announces opposition to health care bill, dashing hopes for GOP leaders.