Asked if the administration had a firm strategy, Senator John McCain, who chairs the Armed Services Committee, said, "They're developing one."
Or, a "quote, wall," as Sen. John McCain of Arizona put it: A combination of drones, towers, anti-tunneling devices and the like that add up to enhanced border security. After the president backed off his demands in face of Democratic...Show More Summary
Sen. John McCain called for a "select committee" to investigate "Russian activities" in trying to undermine our U.S. general election. McCain was asked to comment on the latest Gen. Flynn revelations by MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell. Mitchell...Show More Summary
The senator didn't mince words on Twitter
In a critical move, Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee, has recently met with Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) in Tirana, Albania. They...Show More Summary
Last week we noted that Trump's base was starting to turn on him after the White House seemed flip on several key campaign issues including labeling China a currency manipulator, ousting Yellen as the Fed Chair and taking a hard stance against NATO, among other things. Show More Summary
After months of sparring with the Trump administration, the Mexican government has a new point of frustration with its US counterparts. During testimony in front of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on April 5, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly was pressed by Arizona Republican Sen. Show More Summary
In an exclusive interview with Meet the Press, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) to talk about North Korea's failed missile test.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) tells Chuck Todd that President Trump's shift on calling China a currency manipulator is tied to their role in defusing North Korea's aggressive posture.
Is War With North Korea Imminent? Vice President Mike Pence called North Korea’s latest missile test a “provocation,” and Sen. John McCain noted that even though it was a failure, the Pyongyang learns something new with every launch. The comments came as the New York Times reported the U.S. has...
North Korea's latest missile launch failed, but how the U.S. will handle address the threat from North Korea has been one of the big topics on the Sunday shows today. Senator John McCain said this may be the "first test" of the Trump presidency.
For members of the Democratic Party, Georgia has not looked this peachy in years. Donald Trump’s margin of victory in the state was lower than both Mitt Romney’s and John McCain’s. And now a special election is suggesting at least one congressional district that has been red for a generation may be turning purple. Whether […]
U.S. Senator John McCain has called on Kosovo to resume dialogue with Serbia, saying that is the only way to a prosperous and safe future. The Republican senator was in … Click to Continue »
Republican Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham are painting ISIS and the Assad regime as "inextricably connected" in a call for "greater military action" in Syria. The pair of senators who sit on the Senate Armed Services CommitteeShow More Summary
Sens. Lindsey Graham and John McCain released a joint statement on Tuesday urging President Donald Trump to bolster ground efforts in Syria."As...
PODGORICA (Reuters) - Montenegro's accession to NATO is vital for regional stability and the joint effort of the Western allies to resist a resurgent Russia, U.S. Senator John McCain said on Wednesday.
U.S. Senator John McCain has congratulated Montenegro for its upcoming NATO membership and blasted Russia for its alleged attempts to interfere in the Balkans. McCain, who was a prisoner of … Click to Continue »
Sen. John McCain said the U.S. attack should have been more thorough.
It didn't stop him from calling last week's strikes "a good first step." Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said Sunday that the Trump’s administration is "partially to blame" for Syria’s chemical attack last week, which killed about 80 civilians and was apparently orchestrated by President Bashar al-Assad. Show More Summary
The MSM is filled with denouncements of Trump's decision to execute airstrikes in Syria, but does the U.S. Senate share the same views?John McCain...