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Cindy McCain endorses Joe Biden for president. Her endorsement comes after President Trump's public criticisms of John McCain.
President Donald Trump is refuting claims published by The Atlantic that he disparaged the late U.S. Sen. John McCain and other military veterans. Contrary to Trump's claim, he has in fact referred to McCain as a "loser."
Louis Jacobson, PolitiFact reporter
Tuesday, July 23, 2019 -- The Republican Party has devolved into a personality cult surrounding a racist demagogue who incites a mob to chant about a Somali-American member of Congress: "Send her back!" Elected Republican officials -- with a very few brave exceptions, like Rep. Will Hurd of Texas -- protest the label "racist," but not the racism. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell even says President Donald Trump is "on to something."
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump said Thursday he knew nothing about White House efforts to hide a Navy destroyer named in part after the late Sen. John McCain during a visit to Japan this week. But, he said, whoever made the request was "well meaning" and knew that Trump did not like McCain, escalating the president's continued fight with a dead war hero.
Eileen Sullivan, New York Times
Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018 -- "He never lost his sense of humor," former Sen. Alan Simpson said of George H.W. Bush. "Humor is the universal solvent against the abrasive elements of life. ... He knew what his mother and my mother always knew: Hatred corrodes the container it's carried in." Did President Donald Trump catch any of this? Sen. Lindsey Graham, the episodically spineful Republican from South Carolina, has claimed that, in private, the 45th president is "funny as hell" and has "a great sense of humor." If so, it's a better kept secret than his tax returns.
A motorcade passes by the Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis on the way to Sen. McCain's burial site.
Saturday was a somber day in Washington as many paused to remember Arizona Sen. John McCain.
Family, friends and fellow lawmakers have gathered in Washington, D.C., today to bid a final farewell to Arizona Sen. John McCain.
John McCain's 2008 running mate, Sarah Palin, was not invited to his funeral.
It's Washington's turn to say goodbye to the late Sen. John McCain.
A live shot from Phoenix, Arizona, where later today the body of Senator John McCain will lie in state.
The White House flag as been returned to half-staff following Sen. McCain's death.
The former presidents have been asked to deliver eulogies at the funeral for late U.S. Senator John McCain. President Donald Trump will not be invited to the funeral at McCain's personal request.
Obama, George W. Bush to speak at John McCain's funeral
WASHINGTON -- As many flags around the nation remained at half-staff Monday to mourn Sen. John McCain, a Republican who had survived a Vietnam War prison camp and weathered the gradual coarsening of politics within his own party, the American flag flew at full-staff over the White House.
Katie Rogers and Eileen Sullivan, New York Times
Owen Horton now lives in Raleigh, but served with John McCain at a Naval base in Jacksonville, Florida, before talk of politics or presidency. To Horton, McCain was Skipper.
Support has been flooding in for Sen. John McCain, after the 81-year-old announced Friday that he has discontinued medical treatment for his brain cancer.
WASHINGTON -- Sen. John McCain of Arizona, who has been battling brain cancer for more than a year, will no longer be treated for his condition, his family announced Friday, a sign that the Republican war hero is most likely entering his final days.
Nicholas Fandos and Jonathan Martin, New York Times