John McCain’s widow Cindy McCain says it’s all over after she approves Biden for president in the coming US elections.
Cindy McCain narrated a video a month ago about the long-lasting friendship between Joe Biden and her late husband John McCain, a former elected Republican president in 2008.
- Ms McCain gave her clear endorsement of the Democratic nominee at three major network morning shows.
- John McCain was elected Republican president in 2008, running against Barack Obama and Biden.
- In 2015, President Trump insisted that Vietnam cattle were “not a warrior”.
- Ms McCain says she is ready to do everything she can to ensure Biden wins.
The video was aired at the Democratic National Convention, and although Ms McCain did not explicitly say she would vote for Biden in 2020, many took it. Now, John McCain’s widow Cindy McCain says it’s all over after she approves Biden for president.
On Wednesday, Ms McCain gave her clear endorsement of the Democratic nominee at three major network morning shows. “I want a president who will show me the kind of behavior that will bridge the gap and work with Republicans to move this country forward,” she explained.
She also believes that Republican women will “look the other way and make the race harder and move forward as I did.” It is not about a party or a particular organization. “Instead, she argued, the election was a choice between a noble leader like Joe Biden and four more years of chaos under President Trump.
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John McCain was elected Republican president in 2008, running against Barack Obama and Joe Biden. But since then the Republican Party has changed a lot, especially with the rise of Donald Trump, who has often expressed his disapproval of the late McCain.
In 2015, Trump insisted that Vietnam cattle were “not a warrior” because he was imprisoned for five years. “I like those who are not captured,” Trump said contemptuously. Since then, he has repeated his attacks against McCain before and after the death of an Arizona senator.
In a recent article in The Atlantic, sources said Trump was outraged when he cut the flags in half after McCain passed. “The guy is a loser,” he told believers. In the same article, sources claim that Trump used the terms “losers” and “absorbers” on several occasions to describe dead American soldiers, although the White House has denied such allegations.
Still, Cindy McCain says the story was a key point for her in deciding whether she approves of Biden for president.
“It’s a mix of things, but she said of her rationale for supporting the Democrats,” But I believe that our men and women who serve in the military are not losers, and certainly not the men and women who made the final sacrifice. “Biden, who served in the U.S. military in Iraq, not only understands the military, he cares about them,” she added.
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Finally, Ms McCain summed up her argument:
“All I want from my country is the same as everyone else: I want a president on my back, a president who respects our troops and a president who wants to hear and talk to both sides.”
Women support for Biden
Ms McCain says she is ready to do everything she can to ensure Biden wins the election, including campaigning for him. Meanwhile, the Biden campaign hopes Ms McCain can help them reach out to suburban women, whom they consider an essential voting coalition.
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Many think that Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign failed to reach out to suburban female voters, who thought they would support Clinton. But it turned out to be false. 47% of the votes cast for Donald Trump in 2016 came from female voters.
However, suburban women have been credited with the Democratic takeover of the House of Representatives in 2018, thanks to a historic number of suburban female candidates.
Now, as Arizona emerges as a wartime state that could turn blue for the first time in a generation, former Republican icon widow Ms McCain could play a key role in getting the state’s eleven electoral votes.