McCain ‘Looking Forward to Returning’ After Holiday Season


John McCain has been the thorn in our side for what seems like AGES! He just won’t quit.

Many of us assumed that since he now has brain cancer and is undergoing therapy treatment that he might resign in order to get the rest he needs. Nope, not McCain. No way is he going out without kicking and screaming.

Just last week the Arizona Senator was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for side effects from his treatment.

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However, he tweeted out that he can’t wait to be back. He said, “Thanks to everyone for your support & words of encouragement! I’m feeling well & looking forward to returning to work after the holidays.”

IJR Reports: 

Over the weekend, McCain returned home to Arizona after being hospitalized, and his doctor, Dr. Mark Gilbert, released a statement Sunday saying the senator “has responded well to treatment he received at Walter Reed Medical Center for a viral infection and continues to improve.”

The Arizona senator’s office also said that he will undergo physical therapy and rehabilitation as he continues treatment for brain cancer.

Thankfully he was not present to vote on the GOP tax bill because we all know what his vote would have likely been: whatever was opposite of every Republican, and went along with the Democrats.

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