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The 2008 Republican presidential nominee who was a prisoner of war for five years during the Vietnam War. He became a United States Senator from Arizona in 1987. He was known for his advocacy of campaign finance reform in the Senate and most notably co-wrote the 2002 McCain-Feingold Act.
While attending the United States Naval Academy, he became a lightweight boxer.
In 1999, he published his memoir Faith of My Fathers, which was made into a TV movie.
He had three daughters named Meghan, Bridget, and Sidney and three sons named Douglas, James and John. He was married to Carol McCain from 1965 to 1980, then he married Cindy McCain later in 1980. His father, John S. McCain, Jr., was a U.S. Navy admiral.
He ran against President Barack Obama in the 2008 election, but lost by a fairly large margin.
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Every day, people serve their neighbors and our nation in many different ways, from helping a child learn and easing the loneliness of those without a family to defending our freedom overseas. It is in this spirit of dedication to others and to our country that I believe service should be broadly and deeply encouraged.John McCain
We are an important check on the powers of the executive. Our consent is necessary for the president to appoint jurists and powerful government officials and, in many respects, to conduct foreign policy. Whether we are of the same party, we are not the president’s subordinates. We are his equal!John McCain
I think it’s important for Donald Trump to express his appreciation for veterans – not John McCain, but veterans who were incarcerated as prisoners of war.John McCain
A strong E.U., a strong NATO, and a true strategic partnership between them is profoundly in our interest.John McCain
Personally, I liked Admiral Kelso very much. I believe that he served his country with distinction.John McCain