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In Washington, a rare relationship without pretense and BS

Byron York, Washington Examiner

The notable thing about McCain, who even before he fell ill was approaching the end of his Senate career and whose own runs for the White House were in the past, was that he never felt the need to even feign positive feelings for his party's leader. In a way, the two men together, McCain and Trump, struck a blow for genuineness amid the phoniness of official Washington. The relationship between the two men ended as badly as it began. But always, and rarely for Washington, without pretense.