‘Thank you for fighting’: Visitors at Sen. McCain’s office documented his legacy in the Trump era | News Sponsored by

by TrumpShop.Net on Sep 01, 2018

CLOSE The family of Sen. John McCain said their goodbyes to the late Senator inside the Capitol Rotunda, following Congressional leaders and Vice President Mike Pence paying their respects with official wreaths laid in front of McCain’s casket. (Aug. 31) AP John McCain’s nameplate outside his D.C. office. (Photo: Christal Hayes, USA TODAY) WASHINGTON — Sen. John McCain’s office smelled almost sweet. The aroma from dozens of white lilies and roses filled the room.  Photos of the Arizona Republican throughout the years filled the space, along with mementos from his home state, such as signed football helmets from state universities.  A mahogany cabinet with a black and gray visitor’s log sat near the door. Only a few pages remained.  The very first entry was dated in early 2016 from someone coming to see the senator about a pilot in the Vietnam War, the same battle McCain was taken as a prisoner of war.  The last few pages are filled with Americans pledging to carry on McCain’s legacy and saying their goodbyes.  In a way, the book that people signed as they visited his Washington office in the Russell Senate Office building captured a glimpse at McCain’s legacy, especially in the era of the Trump administration.  Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide The comments capture both the backlash and praise from some of McCain’s most notable moments over the

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