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On the one year anniversary of Sen. John McCain’s (R-Ariz.) death, his wife Cindy McCain said her husband would be disappointed by the state of politics today.

“I think he’d be very disappointed, in fact I know he’d be. He’d be saddened by the digression that these conversations and debates have taken, and also saddened that we’re so disoriented in the world,” Cindy McCain said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

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“We had time to talk before he died and he was very frustrated with what was going on then. I think now he’d be even more frustrated.”

Sen. McCain was regarded as a lawmaker that reached across the aisle to work civilly with his Democratic colleagues.

In honor of the one year anniversary of his death, his family is asking Americans to perform “acts of civility” and share it on social media, Cindy McCain said.

“We’ve all witnessed some troubling times with regards to genuine civility towards each other and towards mankind, and our family together, all of us, felt this was a very important message that if we can convey anything that John McCain stood for on this one year anniversary it would be acts of civility,” she said.

She urged Americans to speak with someone they disagree with or thought they did not like, even if all they can do is agree to disagree.

“There’s so many things I miss about him. I think most of all, was his voice of reason…particularly, his voice of reason, right now,” she said.

Sen. McCain died on Aug. 25, 2018, four days ahead of his 82nd birthday, after suffering from a brain tumor.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. John Mccain handed the election over to Obama without a fight. He did nothing but fight with PresidentTrump, his Commander in Chief, showing how much his military background meant to him. McCain was a war hero in his eyes only. His hatred of President trump overshadowed his love of country!

  2. My ancestors before his time would have been sorely disappointed at how horribly he behaved in politics, and would not have lasted long.

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