Flake endorses plan to rename Senate office after McCain

Flake endorses plan to rename Senate office after McCain

Flake endorses plan to rename Senate office after McCain

McCain, "with his usual strength of will", made a decision to stop treatment for the stage-four brain cancer he had been battling since its diagnosis last summer.

When asked if the "political correctness" tweet was meant to troll social media users, she said "I can't see how it would be trolling, but I can see how you might misunderstand it". Kelli Ward apologized over comments about Sen. "McCain or his family".

Rick Davis, former presidential campaign manager for McCain who is serving as a family spokesman, read the farewell message Monday at a press briefing in Phoenix. "I think that's a fitting tribute".

Arizona Senate candidate Kelli Ward speaks at a campaign rally, October 17, 2017, in Scottsdale, Ariz.

After her response was tweeted out, Ward deleted the post, and replaced it with one claiming the media were concocting a story.

On Sunday, he emphasized that the building would be better named to honor McCain, as the late Arizona senator was an "antidote when he saw bigotry". "These decisions are awful to have to make".

I feel it powerfully still.

On Monday, Ward tweeted "political correctness is like cancer!"

For an associate justice of the Supreme Court, secretary of executive or military department, former vice president, or governor, the prescribed time is from "the day of death until interment". Jeff Flake's seat, had a long history of being critical of Sen. "I like people that weren't captured". Until the very end, ' said Sen.

"If only we remember that, and give each other the benefit of the presumption that we all love our country, we will get through these challenging times", McCain added. That's what I said was disgraceful.

As of Monday, around 838,000 early ballots were already cast, according to state election officials.

All they had to do, Maddow concluded, was "be decent and don't make it about yourself".

She noted that her issues with McCain weren't personal - "our differences were always strictly political".

Noting McCain's death, several candidates - including Sinema and Republican Rep. Martha McSally, who is expected to win the GOP primary - said they would suspend their campaigns on Wednesday and Thursday.

While tributes have poured in highlighting the Arizona Republican's lifetime of service, Mr Trump issued a single, terse tweet on Saturday that sent his "deepest sympathies and respect" to the bereaved family, without any words for Mr McCain himself.

In his proclamation, Trump said that the US flag will be flown "at half-staff at the White House and upon all public buildings and grounds" as well as at all military posts and naval stations across the United States and around the world, including "all naval vessels of the Federal Government in the District of Columbia and throughout the United States and its Territories and possessions".

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