John McCain

The conservative pundit ripped her one-time "uncle" in a blistering message to the media.
The Arizona senator says her role model is John McCain, who relished attacking the drug industry.
Former McCain staffers weigh in on the the late senator’s legacy.
Years after Donald Trump disparaged John McCain, the late senator’s former chief of staff said the insults never bothered him.
Grant Woods revealed why the late Arizona senator really didn’t spend time "thinking about Trump or worrying about Trump or any of that."
“We have lost our way," the widow of the late GOP senator lamented.
Yes, McCain should lose her job to make "The View" better and more diverse, because her only talent is benefiting from nepotism, Cross snapped.
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 president called the senator, who died more than two years ago, "one of the most overrated people in D.C." in a tweet this week.
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.
The mother of the late Republican senator was known for her feisty spirit, which she used to help campaign for her son during his 2008 presidential bid.
"The View" co-host and husband Ben Domenech welcomed daughter Liberty Sage McCain Domenech.
McCain said that the Democratic presidential nominee is the only candidate in the presidential race who “stands up for our values as a nation.”
Many people haven't forgotten that the president once disparaged John McCain's military service by saying, "I like people who weren't captured."
The woman walked into a polling place in Exeter wearing a “McCain Hero, Trump Zero” T-shirt but took it off after being told it violated electioneering rules.
"For me and my brothers who serve, we don’t feel respected," McCain said.
"You're going to have to take that off," the president told Jeff Mason. The Reuters White House correspondent refused.
Despite the first lady's assurances, critics point out that it sure sounds like him.