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Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin says late Senator John McCain will be remembered as an American hero but admits it was ‘unfortunate’ that he was surrounded by people ‘who weren’t serving him well,’ during their run for office.

McCain died at his Arizona home at 4:28pm on Saturday surrounded by his wife Cindy, and their family.

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In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV, Palin, 54, and her husband Todd, 53,  reflected on her time as McCain’s running mate during the 2008 presidential election and revealed her frustration over his political hangers-on.

‘I respect his military service. I think it’s unfortunate that he had people around him – and they continued to be around him for a very long time – who weren’t serving him well,’ she said.

‘They certainly weren’t serving the country well with what they were trying to do.’
‘I believe he was told things about what America really wanted or really needed because he’s been in that DC bubble for so many years.

‘I think that’s unfortunate because he had some strange people around him and..disloyal people, and you know, I don’t say that as like hate speech or griping about it, it’s just a fact they were just some not nice people.’


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