Cindy McCain breaks from Republican party to endorse Joe Biden
Cindy McCain endorses Joe Biden for president. Her endorsement comes after President Trump's public criticisms of John McCain.
taking her own place in the heated political arena. Cindy McCain breaking with the Republican Party to endorse Democrat Joe Biden for president. On Twitter, McCain writes, My husband John, lived by a code country. First. We are Republicans, Yes, but Americans foremost. There's only one candidate in this race who stands up for our values as a nation, and that is Joe Biden. Why were very calm. The longtime political spouse, philanthropist and business owner lost her husband, Senator John McCain, to brain cancer two years ago and kept out of the hostel side of politics. John's advice to me all along was, You don't listen to any of your going to get you're gonna get mad, so don't listen to any of it and I don't. Her decision to embrace Biden comes after the very public. I never got along with John McCain unrelenting. No, I was not a fan of John McCain attacks from President Trump. He's a war hero because he was captured. I like people that weren't captured. Okay. Ah, fury that did not end with McCain's passing. John McCain killed health care for the Republican Party, and he killed health care for the nation Senator McCain defied and criticized the president, he delivered a fateful thumbs down against the repeal of Obamacare. Now they're bitter. History gets a new chapter Heading into the election Last month, Cindy McCain took part in a film at the Democratic National Convention, recounting her husband's long friendship with Biden. It was a friendship that shouldn't have worked. When millions of Americans were faced with losing their health insurance, it was Joe's friend who saved Obamacare by crossing the