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Trump asked to retract or substantiate wiretapping claim

Trump asked to retract or substantiate wiretapping claim

New York [U. S. A.], Mar.


Suppressing free press is how "dictators" get started: Senator John McCain on Trump

Suppressing free press is how "dictators" get started: Senator John McCain on Trump

New York [U. S.], Feb. 19 : With President Donald Trump earning the ire of the global press by branding a certain section of the U. S.


McCain wins Arizona Senate Race for sixth term

McCain wins Arizona Senate Race for sixth term

Phoenix [United States], Nov. 9 : Surviving one of the most bruising election seasons of his long political career, Senator John McCain has secured a sixth term for representing Arizona in Washington by fending off a challenge from his Democratic rival, Representative Ann Kirkpatrick.

McCain, 80, weathered a revolt from within the Republican Party as he found himself in an awkward relationship with Donald J. Trump, who last year had mocked his military service and years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, saying: "He was a war hero because he was captured. I like people who weren't captured," reports the New York Times.


John McCain shows off 'robot moves' with Jamie Foxx

John McCainNew York, Aug 19 - Republican Senator John McCain recently set the crowd roaring when he t


Modi for ambitious India-US strategic partnership: McCain

Narendra Modi, John McCainWashington - A top American lawmaker has said Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to focus India-US partnership on an ambitious strategic agenda.

"It was my clear impression from meeting with the prime minister that he wants to focus our partnership on an ambitious strategic agenda," said Senator John McCain, who recently met Modi.

"That was certainly the impression we had as well in our conversation," Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Nisha Desai Biswal said in response.

A few days after McCain's meeting, Biswal accompanied Deputy Secretary of State William Burns to meet Modi in New Delhi this month.


McCain joins chorus for Modi to address joint Congress session

John McCainWashington: Senior Republican Senator John McCain has joined the group of lawmakers urging Congressional leadership to invite India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address a joint session of the US Congress. "When the Prime Minister comes to Washington, I urge our congressional leaders to invite him to address a joint session of Congress," McCain said in a major speech on India at the Senate yesterday. The Arizona Senator is travelling to India next week to meet Modi and his national security team. Last week, two top American lawmakers had urged the Speaker of the US House of Representatives John Boehner to invite Modi to address a joint session of the US Congress.


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