Cindy McCain, the wife of the late senator and 2008 Republican Presidential Candidate John McCain, stated that she believes her husband would have wished to unite behind a Joe Biden presidency. McCain, a member of the Republican Party during his lifetime, competed for the Presidency in 2008, losing to Barack Obama.
Cindy McCain reiterated her support for Joe Biden stating that John would’ve wanted the people to support the president and his new administration. She showed her admiration for the president-elect, a longtime acquaintance of the McCain’s, by praising his ability to be the president.
Outlining his character, Cindy McCain praised his value, morals, and ethics present in his work. She added that such a presidency resulted in the excitement in her state of Arizona.
McCain, an advisory board member in Joe Biden’s campaign transition, has been a strong advocate of Biden as opposed to Republican candidate Donald Trump. She spoke on Joe Biden’s relationship with Senator John McCain in an address for the Democratic National convention.
In an attempt to mend relationships between the two major parties in American politics, Republicans and Democrats, Cindy McCain spoke of her role to introduce Republicans in roles within the Biden administration.
John McCain, whilst a former Republican, was lauded in throwing his focus behind Barack Obama following his victory in the 2008 presidential elections. He stated the need for both Democrats and Republicans to work together to strengthen the political process within the country.
Whilst the presidential race comes to a close, current President Donald Trump has refused to concede defeat. Mr. Trump stated his desire to pursue legal means to ensure the integrity of the electoral process.
Trump has been adamant against the use of mail-in ballots in the election, stating that they are susceptible to immoral activities such as voter fraud. President Trump and the Republican Party have refused to accept the legality of mail-in ballots, as well as abstaining from promising a peaceful transfer of power.