Hundreds honor John McCain at public viewing

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Arizona National Guard members carried the casket into the Arizona State Capitol Museum rotunda, where McCain will lie in state.

In response to the Feinstein revelations, my Fox News colleague and friend Shepard Smith and I spent about 30 minutes on-air that afternoon on his Fox News Channel show discussing the criminal behavior Feinstein had revealed, the constitutional protections she, as a member of the Senate, enjoyed, and the political firestorm she had courageously ignited.

You can also see the decorated veteran's funeral, which will take place on Saturday, September 1.

I thought of his call and our many ensuing conversations when I learned of his death this past weekend, a few days shy of his 82nd birthday. The motorcade carrying his American flag-draped casket arrived just before 10 a.m.

McCain is only the third individual so honored in Arizona's state capitol over the past 40 years, organizers of the ceremony said.

In the rotunda, Sen.

Meghan was born to Cindy and John McCain in 1984.

Doug Ducey praised John McCain for his "spirit, service and fierce independence" during a memorial service for the late senator at the Arizona Capitol on Wednesday morning. According to the Phoenix Fire Department, six people have been treated for heat-related issues, but none were transported.

Former Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl said he has been with McCain all around the world and he had better instincts on when to assert US power than anyone else he knew. Jon Kyl who both gave heartfelt remarks. "There wasn't anybody in the U.S. Senate that he didn't have a relationship with and that he chose not to work with".

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McCain was reportedly so influential in helping Bloomberg be elected as Mayor that Bloomberg publicly said to him in 2008, "I got elected because of you".

Trump said he had asked Vice-President Mike Pence to speak at a ceremony honouring McCain at the Capitol on Friday and said other administration officials would attend memorial services.

He later told evangelical leaders that "we very much appreciate everything that senator McCain has done for our country".

The building is now named for Richard Russell, a former senator from Georgia who served for over 40 years. "We can be proud he was our senator". "John is my dearest friend in the world and I'm going to try and help President Trump".

His talk of "Country First" wasn't simply a slogan on a yard sign.

David Axelrod, a senior adviser to Obama in his campaigns and in the White House, said the clear message McCain is sending is "about our shared heritage, our shared trust of this democracy that transcends party and transcends tribe". Where Barry Goldwater was born in Arizona; John McCain was Arizona's favorite adopted son.

Google said its goal with search was to make sure users receive the most relevant answers. But John McCain often said of Americans - "we never surrender". Privileged that when he was back home to run into him at the movies or at a ball game or at Starbucks just like he was anyone of else. He thanked him. The call was brief.

A conservative political scientist says a Republican defeat in the Arizona Senate race is unlikely.

"On the behalf of The American Legion's two million wartime veterans, I strongly urge you to make an appropriate presidential proclamation noting Senator McCain's death and legacy of service to our nation, and that our nation's flag be half-staffed through his interment", said a statement directed to him from Denise Rohan, the organization's national commander.

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