All Posts Tagged With: "John McCain"

Senator John McCain Calls for President to Clarify Claim of Wiretapping

On Sunday, Arizona Senator John McCain said that President Donald Trump should substantiate or retract the claim he made that he was wire-tapped by President Barack Obama during the final weeks of Trump’s presidential campaign prior to his election to the White House. McCain also said he expects there will be more to come related […]

Republicans Fire Barbs Back at Donald Trump

Republican candidates for the Party’s nomination immediately fire barbs back on social media at Donald Trump expressing outrage after his comment that insinuated that Senator John McCain might not have been a war hero. Some candidates used the opportunity to speak about Trump and other opponents as well during a Family Leadership Summit in Iowa […]

Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick Running for Senate Against John McCain

As popular Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona, seeks his sixth term, a potential opponent emerged on Tuesday after Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, a lawmaker of three terms entered the Senate race. Kirkpatrick said that in Arizona people tell it straight and lets get to it. She made that statement during an announcement of her […]

McCain Suggests Different Prisoners Should Have Been Swapped

Republican Senator John McCain on Sunday said the White House administration could have swapped other prisoners for Bowe Bergdahl, the Army Sergeant held for five years by Taliban militants. McCain said that others besides five commanders the Taliban requested could have been given their freedom. Last February McCain said he had been inclined to support […]

GOP in Arizona Censures McCain

On Saturday, the Republican Party in Arizona officially censured Senator John McCain, citing a record of voting they said was not sufficiently conservative. The resolution that censure’s McCain was voiced-voted approved in a meeting of members of the Party committee members in Tempe, said Time Sifert the state spokesman for the party. Signatures were required […]