Cindy McCain

The president on Wednesday announced 16 other nominations for key roles in his administration.
"You teach your children to be polite and be nice to other people and all that kind of stuff, and it does make me cringe a little bit,” McCain told Andy Cohen.
“We have lost our way," the widow of the late GOP senator lamented.
McCain said she's focused on her "grandbabies" and wouldn't confirm a report she's being considered for a Biden administration appointment.
The censures of Sen. John McCain’s widow, former Sen. Jeff Flake and Gov. Doug Ducey are symbolic of the state party's intense loyalty to Trump.
The job is "hers if she wants it," an insider told the London Times.
"The View" co-host responded to the news with a priceless meme of her father, the late Sen. John McCain.
John McCain's widow speaks out about why she endorsed Joe Biden.
“Trump ... has to look like a normal, compassionate, empathetic human being,” McCain said. Co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Joy Behar giggled.
McCain said that the Democratic presidential nominee is the only candidate in the presidential race who “stands up for our values as a nation.”
John McCain's widow says the late Republican senator had a warm friendship with the former Democratic vice president.
The late Arizona senator's wife said that without her husband, Republicans are less likely to stand against Trump.
"He was very frustrated with what was going on then and I think now he’d be even more frustrated," she said.
The message from acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan directly contradicts Mick Mulvaney's claim that efforts to hide USS John McCain were "not unreasonable."
John McCain's youngest daughter confirmed her family didn't invite the president to the senator's funeral in August.
The hateful note came on the same day President Trump told reporters he "never will be" a fan of the late Arizona senator.
Conservative commentator Michelle Malkin mocked late Republican Senator John McCain in her speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
The late senator's wife had a terse but tart response to the criticism.
Cindy McCain, the widow of Sen. John McCain (R), said she witnessed human trafficking by “a woman of a different ethnicity than the child” at the Phoenix, Ariz., airport. She later apologized for the mistake.
John McCain's widow said she witnessed a woman trafficking a child "of a different ethnicity" at the Phoenix airport. She later apologized for the mistake.