The BIden/Harris Campaign continued its quest to capture Arizona and its 11 Electoral Votes this November by unveiling an ad starring Cindy McCain.
Called “Like John Did,” the late Arizona Senators widow recounted the friendship between the 2008 Republican Presidential Nominee and the former Vice President.
“They’d fight like hell on the (Senate) floor and then go eat lunch together because they always put their friendship and their country first.”
Mrs. McCain then pivoted and called on people to vote for her late husband’s Democratic friend, pointing out Biden’s strengths compared to Trump’s obvious weaknesses:
“Now more than ever we need a President who will put service before self. A President who will lead with courage and compassion, not ego. A President who will respect the sacrifices made by our service members and their families. A President who will honor our fallen heroes and a President who will bring out the best in us, not the worst.”
She concluded with:
“Joe will always fight for the American People, just like John did.”
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