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John McCain’s former campaign manager said the late Arizona senator did not disclose who he would have wanted to be his successor in the Senate, but that it’s possible it would have been a minority.
“It’s hard to say. You know, he’s always been someone who has encouraged participation in politics, especially in the Republican Party with minorities and women,” Rick Davis said Monday during a news conference. “I think a Hispanic woman probably would have been his pick for a successor, if he had lived long enough to have the opportunity.”
The article goes on to state the following:
“It’s just too sad to say what that would have looked like, because he never got that far,” he added.
Former McCain aide: Late senator would have picked a Hispanic woman to succeed him https://t.co/cz32iK3rZG
— Alan Fisher (@fishersusa) August 27, 2018
Former McCain aide: Late senator would have picked a Hispanic woman to succeed him https://t.co/n9LLZahP8z
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 27, 2018
Rick Davis says he thinks John McCain would want a Hispanic woman to succeed him in his Senate seat.
“He’s always been someone who has encouraged participation in politics, especially in the Republican Party with minorities, women.”
— Adam Kelsey (@adam_kels) August 27, 2018
John McCain – A Class Act Right Until The End.
His wish – an Hispanic woman succeed him.https://t.co/QFj1bn4oP6
— Peter Lombard (@tutticontenti) August 27, 2018
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