Senators John McCain and Al Franken are right. North Korea murdered Otto Warmbier, the 22-year old University of Virginia student sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster from his hotel and shipped home last week with a fatal brain injury. Show More Summary
With the death of the 22-year-old American student Otto Warmbier, American officials are calling for revenge. “The United States cannot and should not tolerate the murder of its citizens by hostile powers,” Senator John McCain said in a statement.
A Republican state senator and representatives from business and health care groups are urging Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake not to back cuts to Medicaid as part of a … Click to Continue »
"Do not do that again Mr. Shanahan or I will not take your name up for a vote before this committee. Am I perfectly clear?"
CNN's New Day opened their Trumpcare segment this morning with a clip of Grandpa Grumpy John McCain being sarcastic: REPORTER: On the healthcare bill... SEN JOHN MCCAIN: I haven't seen it! REPORTER: Is that a problem? MCCAIN: Never a...Show More Summary
Add Arizona senator John McCain to the growing number of Republican lawmakers becoming increasingly frustrated at their own party’s clandestine maneuverings to formulate healthcare legislation. He admitted that he had not seen the bill,...Show More Summary
For a guy who has allegedly spent his political career trying to make and do right – after his being named in the late 1980s Keating Five scandal – Arizona Republican Senator John McCain certainly still likes to do a whole lot for high-donating cronies. Show More Summary
John McCain is a man with a confusing reputation for conservatives. On the one hand, he’s a war hero whose military service demands utmost respect and gratitude. On the other,
Sen. John McCain berated the deputy defense secretary nominee for a wishy-washy answer to whether he would advocate providing lethal defensive aid to Ukraine.
Following the death of Otto Warmbier – the American student detained for more than a year by the North Korean government – world leaders have called on the repressive state to release all those still detained in the country, with John McCain accusing the regime of "murder". Show More Summary
"I’m sure the Russians have been able to hack in and gotten most of it"
Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) threatened to block Patrick Shanahan, President Donald Trump’s nominee for Deputy of Defense Secretary, on Tuesday over his written statement that questioned the equipping of Ukraine with lethal weapons. Twitter reacted to the Senator’s tense conversation...
Sen. John McCain said Tuesday that the U.S. government should not be responsible for Americans who are "stupid" enough to still want to travel to North Korea, especially in light of recent events.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) told Bloomberg he still has not yet seen the Republican party’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Said McCain: “No, nor have I have met any American that has. I’m sure the Russians have been able [...]
Sen. John McCain appears somewhat fed up by the process being used to draft the Senate Republican healthcare bill. When asked by Bloomberg's Laura Litvan on Tuesday if he had seen the bill, McCain was blunt. " No, nor have I met any American that has," McCain said. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump's choice to take the No. 2 job at the Pentagon had a rocky confirmation hearing Tuesday, with Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain, R-Ariz., at one point threatening to withhold his nomination from a vote and other lawmakers questioning how he will overcome his lack of experience in the Defense Department.
John McCain threatens to block Trump’s pick for deputy defense secretary in blistering exchange https://t.co/QP1JKd8YTM pic.twitter.com/fk7Ndp7xGu — Yahoo News (@YahooNews) June 20, 2017 Senator John McCain called out the Deputy Secretary...Show More Summary
Sen. John McCain got so agitated with the testimony of Trump's Deputy Secretary of Defense nominee that he threatened to block the nomination of Patrick Shanahan. Shanahan, up until his nomination, was an executive at defense contractor...Show More Summary
In a blistering reproach on Tuesday, Arizona Sen. John McCain threatened to block the approval of Pat Shanahan as deputy defense secretary. McCain was unhappy with the Boeing executive’s written answer on providing the Ukrainians with lethal defense weaponry.
Senator John McCain is saying that his Republican colleagues should really allow the American Health Care Act to be openly debated on the Senate floor.