Senator John McCain talks with Gloria Borger about the GOP divide.
Responding to President Obama’s assertion that Republican tactics the last three years have undermined the economy, Senator John McCain on Sunday said, “Mr. President, you won.”
Expressing disappointment that “the President felt he had to take a victory lap,” after a deal struck by Senate leaders reopened the government and raised the debt ceiling, McCain said, “Maybe it’s not in [Obama’s] DNA to be magnanimous to opponents.”
In an exclusive interview with Gloria Borger on State of the Union, McCain also took a swing at the Obama administration’s foreign and national security policies. “Foreign policy and national security policy is continuing to be a total debacle and United States’ prestige and standing in the world has never been lower,” he said.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) says doing nothing on immigration is a "grave disservice to the American people."
Sen. John McCain says NSA revelations from Snowden are giving him credibility with young people, a sort of Jason Bourne.
Sen. John McCain says the U.S. should suspend aid to Egypt after the government crackdown in that country – American credibility is at stake.
Sen. John McCain tells Candy the cover of Rolling Stone with the Boston bomber is "stupid" and "inappropriate".
Sen. John McCain, who lost in 2008 to the first African-American elected to the White House, talks to Candy about the hope for a post-racial era. McCain said President Barack Obama's speech about race relations was "very impressive" and agreed that "stand your ground" laws should be re-examined, including those in his own state of Arizona.
"The 'stand your ground' law may be something that may needs to be reviewed by the Florida legislature or any other legislature that has passed such legislation," McCain said on CNN's "State of the Union."FULL STORY
Sen. John McCain tells Candy Crowley why he supports "workhorse" Sen. Mike Enzi over GOP primary challenger Liz Cheney.
Sen. John McCain tells Candy Crowley why he believes a stronger U.S. presence in the Middle East is vital.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said Sunday that Hezbollah forces are "slaughtering" rebels and the people in Syria.