Cindy McCain thought her husband, who passed away in 2018, would tell his Republican colleagues, “Now is the time for us to move on. It’s time, we heal, and it’s time we support the president-elect ,” she told CNN’s Alisa Camerota on Friday.
McCain told Camerota on Friday morning that Arizona has always been “a very moderate state, but in this case, I think it’s more the White House now than a referendum on anything else.”
McCain said she hopes Biden can win in Arizona, but the official prediction is “great.”
“I think that Vice President Biden will become an incredible president. Not only that, but I also think of his standards, his values, what he does-his work, working hard together, working in the aisle, and To ensure that he does things for his own interests and not for the interests of the country, these are his consistent values. I look forward to his supervision and participation.”
McCain received a special report in a video broadcast during the Democratic National Convention. She relied on Biden’s character and compassion in Biden’s endorsements, and said that she hopes and may be fenced off with those who support it. Of suburban women get in touch. She also appeared in an advertisement for the Biden campaign in October, stating that he would “fight for the American people like John.”
On Friday, McCain again talked about the character similarities between Biden and her husband.
She said: “John represents the profound honor and democratic process of this country’s representative,” she then added that her husband is committed to working for “the good of the country.”
She said: “He has always been out of a rational voice, especially on the issue of working together and ensuring that we are for the benefit of the country rather than for personal benefit.
Caroline Kelly of CNN contributed to this report.