The Arizona GOP is to vote on censuring the three prominent Republicans from the state, despite disapproval from the Republican National Committee's chairwoman.
"This is THE REAL problem facing the Arizona GOP, my mom!" Meghan McCain said, after the Maricopa County Republican Party voted to censure Cindy McCain.
"I know John would want what is best for our country. What is best for our country is not our party. What's best for our country is Joe Biden," Cindy McCain told ABC News when asked what her husband would have thought about the election.
"Whatever our differences, we are fellow Americans, and please believe me when I say that no association has ever meant more to me than that," McCain said in 2008 when he conceded to Barack Obama.
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele is the latest to join the expanding bloc of high-profile GOP figures endorsing the Democratic nominee.
"A president who will lead with courage and compassion, not ego," said Cindy McCain, widow of the late Republican Senator John McCain.
In endorsing Biden, McCain said he was the one candidate who stands up for "our values as a nation."
The widow of former GOP nominee Sen. John McCain shared why she will be endorsing Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the upcoming election.
Cindy McCain said that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden lives by her and her late husband's values.
During Tuesday's Democratic National Convention, Cindy McCain narrated a video highlighting the bipartisanship shown between her late husband, Republican Sen. John McCain, and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Cindy McCain admitted on CNN's 'The Axe Files' that she personally asked Kurt Volker to resign from the leadership the think tank named after her husband.
In an upcoming CNN interview, Cindy McCain, former Senator John McCain's widow, told host David Axelrod that her husband would be upset to see what current Republicans are doing if he were alive.
In an upcoming interview on PBS' 'Firing Line,' Meghan McCain addressed her fear for the future of the Republican Party, while also speaking about her father's legacy.
"I apologize if anything else I have said on this matter distracts from 'If you see something, say something,'" Cindy McCain said.
Cindy McCain said the president never reached after the death of her husband, Senator John McCain.
The first woman to fill her husband's seat after his death was Mae Nolan in 1923.
U.S. senators paid tribute to McCain on Monday, placing a vase of white roses at his Senate seat.
A Vietnam veteran gave his own military medallion to Cindy McCain in a show of respect for her husband, Senator John McCain, who died on Saturday at age 81.
The pair have a long-running feud.