President Barack Obama called Senator John McCain (R., Ariz.) last year to thank him for casting the decisive vote against legislation that would have effectively repealed Obamacare, according to an excerpt of McCain’s forthcoming memoir obtained by NBC.
In McCain’s memoir, The Restless Wave: Good Times, Just Causes, Great Fights, and Other Appreciations, which he coauthored with longtime aide Mark Salter, he describes receiving a call from Obama in July after crushing Republican hopes of dismantling the former president’s signature domestic achievement.
Obama called to say thank you and added that he was “counting on me to be an outspoken and independent voice for the causes I believed in as I had been during his presidency,” McCain wrote of the call.
Well there you go. McCain’s been a traitor his whole life.
Sen. John McCain, the Arizona Republican who is battling brain cancer, encouraged former vice president Joe Biden to “not walk away” from politics, according to a report Saturday in the New York Times.
Biden, a Democrat who hasn’t ruled out a run for president in 2020, visited with McCain last weekend, the New York Times and Associated Press reported
What a fraud