The widow of the late GOP senator John McCain ridiculed the state Republican Party's massive and ongoing recount effort aimed at overturning President Joe Biden's November victory over Donald Trump.
"Republicans that say they're for [Obamacare], we gotta keep them honest, and you gotta send home the ones that lie to you," the Republican senator said.
"Our party's dead if we don't," the wife of the late Republican Senator John McCain said.
"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.
McCain, a Republican, reacted with anger to a tweet on Saturday by the Arizona GOP disparaging her late father.
The co-host of The View was angered by Trump's criticism of her father, tweeting, "It kills you that no one will ever love you."
"It's so real. The GOP establishment, that machine. They don't like Trump and they never liked me," Palin told Newsmax Friday evening.
Meghan McCain shared a photo of her late father with the caption: "I like people who don't lose Arizona."
In 2015, President Donald Trump said the late Senator John McCain, a U.S. Navy veteran and former POW, was "not a war hero."
John McCain's 2008 concession speech in which he humbly congratulates President Barack Obama has been viewed over 12 million times, as Trump claims the election is being stolen from him.
"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.
"Feeling overwhelmed with nostalgia and warm sentiments about the circle of life," McCain wrote about November 3 on Instagram
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele is the latest to join the expanding bloc of high-profile GOP figures endorsing the Democratic nominee.
"I realize now I was so immature. I just took life as it came — still do," McCain said to "Vogue" in 2008.
Roberta McCain's daughter-in-law, Cindy McCain, announced her death on Twitter.
Jason Gelinas' conspiracy theory website QMap was getting 10 million visitors a month at its peak.
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.
Andrew Napolitano wrote that he sees himself a "loyal" friend but is "foremost" loyal to the truth.
Police said they did not get involved with the woman as her actions "did not interrupt anyone's voting process."
"None of the fellas that I served with that are no longer with us are "suckers,'" the veteran says, adding, "Donald Trump disrespects everyone who served in the military."
Paul Rieckhoff, a veteran of the Iraq War who founded the nonprofit Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, described the president as "a disgusting human being."
"They should show some courage and step forward as well," Obama-era Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said.
"You could either be a John McCain Republican or a Donald Trump Republican. But you've got to choose," the military veteran and former South Bend, Indiana, mayor said Friday.
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.
Some readers saw the essay's constitutional analysis as an attempt to ignite a racist conspiracy theory around Kamala Harris. That could not be further from the truth.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, the actor-director voiced support for the former New York City mayor, and criticized the president for tweeting and name-calling.
The Lincoln Project, a conservative organization trying to defeat Trump, released an ad calling McSally a "Trump Hack," compared to other Arizona senators.
The clip of McCain, who often drew the scorn of Trump, was yet another example of the impeachment managers using the words of Republicans and some of Trump's staunchest defenders against him.