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Sen. John McCain discusses 'Zero Dark Thirty,' which he says is "misleading" and "grossly inaccurate."
Sen. John McCain says there are still a long list of questions to be answered regarding Benghazi, Libya, including what Secretary of State Hillary Clinton know about the "constant warnings" about a possible attack.
(CNN) - Most of the Republican members of a Senate committee investigating the terrorist attack at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, skipped a classified briefing by administration officials on the incident Wednesday, CNN has learned.
The missing lawmakers included Sen. John McCain of Arizona, who at the time of the top-secret briefing held a press conference in the Capitol to call for the creation of a Watergate-type special Congressional committee to investigate how and why the attack took place.
Sen. John McCain talks with CNN's Wolf Blitzer about the exploding conflict in Syria.
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Brian Todd reports on the pushback from former Palin aides over the new HBO movie, "Game Change".
(CNN) – Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona said Tuesday the battle on Capitol Hill between Democrats and Republicans over extending the payroll tax cut was causing damage to the GOP.
"It is harming the Republican Party," McCain said on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer." "It is harming the view, if it's possible anymore, of the American people about Congress. And we've got to get this thing resolved."
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(CNN) – Sen. John McCain has some words of wisdom for Gov. Rick Perry ahead of Tuesday’s CNN Republican debate: Get some rest.
“Every time I made a serious mistake politically and I’ve made them, it’s been when I’m tired,” McCain said in an interview Friday on CNN’s “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.”
CNN's Jim Acosta reports on the flurry of Tolkien references John McCain used in challenging tea party congress members.