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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - John Mccain
Sen. John McCain denounced the White House as "cowardly," characterizing President Obama as failing the nation by fundraising while the world stage erupts in violence and chaos.
Sen. John McCain said Thursday afternoon that he wasn't ready to conclude that the Malaysia Airlines crash came as a result of an attack — but he did make clear that trouble was on the way for Russian separatists if suggestions of a purposeful shoot-down proved true.
Like a 3-year-old throwing a temper tantrum, the Democrats need a timeout.
John McCain, an immigration hawk. Who knew?
Sen. Marco Rubio says the immigration bill he helped push through the Senate would not have stopped the surge of children crossing the southwestern border illegally, breaking with his "Gang of Eight" co-authors who are urging the bill's passage.
Sen. John McCain took a strong stance on the scores of illegal immigrants who've been streaming across the U.S. southern border in recent weeks, telling a CNN audience that authorities should fly them home as quickly as they can.
President Obama on Wednesday asked for Congress to give him "flexibility" to deport illegal immigrants from Central America more quickly, saying the solution to the surge of families and children trying to jump the border now lies with Congress, not him.
Arizona Sen. John McCain blasted DHS officials at a Senate hearing Wednesday for circulating a memo with instructions to restrict members of Congress from taking photos and speaking to children and staff at overburdened border facilities.
Sen. Rand Paul sided with President Obama over some of his more hawkish conservative colleagues, saying the recent surge of violence in Iraq at the hands of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists is not the White House administration's fault.
Speaking at the annual Associated Press Sports Editors conference in Arlington, Virginia, the Arizona Republican was dismissive of last week's decision by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to cancel some of the team's "Redskins" trademarks but said the team should listen to objections about the name.
Sen. John McCain is fighting back after MSNBC host Chuck Todd was reportedly caught joking about the Republican having "heart palpitations" upon learning that former Gen. David Petraeus opposed further intervention in Iraq.
Sen. John McCain was the unwitting target of a couple of White House reporters' jokes — and now the nation knows just what MSNBC's Chuck Todd and Fox News' Ed Henry think of the Arizona politico.
Sen. John McCain, the 2008 GOP presidential nominee, is headed to Mississippi to campaign Sunday with Sen. Thad Cochran.
Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican, said Friday that every member of President Obama's national security team should lose their jobs.
Senate Republicans hurled fresh criticism Tuesday at the White House for trading five former Taliban commanders from Guantanamo for an American soldier, a day after Sen. Ted Cruz said he will introduce legislation to prevent President Obama from making any more prisoner swaps.
"It's a classified briefing, so I will not provide any details of that briefing, except to say very clearly, there is no strategy for countering the largest enclave of terrorism in history on the Iraq-Syria border," Mr. McCain told reporters Tuesday. "They have no strategy, nor could they articulate a strategy to counter what our intelligence estimates are over time will be a direct threat to the United States of America."
Mr. McCain told Border Protection Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske that barring lawmakers from entering the facilities with cellphones or speaking with children and facility workers is preventing them from performing their state duties.