The widow of the late Senator and 2008 Republican Presidential Nominee John McCain recorded a one minute spot with 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden, explaining why she is endorsing him for President over Donald Trump on November 3, 2020.
The late Senators wife, with a framed sign from the McCain 2008 campaign in the background, said:
- She “was deeply honored to endorse” Biden.
- “I believe what I’m doing is the right thing.”
- “In this Administration (Trump’s,) there is no character or integrity or values. That’s why you’re so important because you represent all of those things.”
- “What this country needs right now. Completely. Empathy and Compassion. That is a lot a lot of times that’s the only thing we really need on a day that’s really bad and your empathy and compassion for those less fortunate have meant the world to me and I know too many people.”
The former Vice President and Mrs. McCain then discussed their family’s multi-decade friendship.
Mr. Biden graciously thanked her for the endorsement saying “I love you.”
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