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Sen. John McCain startled onlookers on Thursday as he appeared to conflate the ongoing investigation into Russian meddling in the campaign with the closed probe into Hillary Clinton’s private ...
What's up with John McCain? Things have gotten a little slow in the Democratic race, so I've been focusing on John McCain. And frankly, what I'm noticing is a little scary.
Insulting entire countries and threatening constant war tends to make people a bit uneasy, un-liking, and prone to overreaction whenever given the chance. Washington politicians, being lead by Fox News and now John McCain: grow up, get to work, and start FIXING the problems in this country together like we hired you to do.
It's hard not to cringe when watching Senator John McCain question James Comey before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Salon’s Joan Walsh, Rula Jebreal from Newsweek/The Daily Beast, and Rev. Al Sharpton talk about what’s going on with John McCain, R-Ariz., lately in his widely discussed criticisms of ...
The Big Whisper: What's Up With John McCain? By Katharine Zaleski John McCain has been all over the map recently, especially when it comes to the economic crisis that's been hammering Wall Street.
John McCain at the Comey hearing asked questions that left the viewers, and even Comey, confused. McCain himself had moments of incoherency during his line of questioning. He once referred to Comey as “President Comey” and appeared unsatisfied with Comey’s answers.
What's driving Donald Trump's feud with John McCain? War record, Obamacare among the themes. President Donald Trump's feud with the late Sen. John McCain dates way back, to long before the real ...
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) spent most of his time during former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony talking about Hillary Clinton’s emails.
Sen. John McCain's doctor today explained why his left jaw is somewhat larger than the right, as seen in this May 7, 2008 photo. (Associated Press) By Garance Franke-Ruta Questions about the way politicians look can seem impertinent or downright rude. And yet ask the voters do.