John McCain: Benghazi Misinformation Is Result Of Cover-Up, An ‘Unqualified’ Commander In Chief, Or Both
9:39 am, October 31st | by Alex Alvarez
Fox & Friends continued its reporting on the Benghazi attack Wednesday morning, talking to Senator John McCain about how much the White House knew about what happened in Libya on September 11th. Here’s what McCain had to say on the matter: I’ve been traveling all over the country, obviously on behalf of Mitt Romney, and [...]
2:49 pm, April 19th | by Laura Donovan
When you were a kid, did you ever do something so stupid or shameful that people would never let you live it down, even well into adulthood? For me, it was kicking an eighth grade softball player as a puny, defenseless little ginger, but for President Barack Obama, it was probably being made to eat dog meat with family in Indonesia.
11:00 am, March 12th | by Laura Donovan
With the conflicting disputes over the accuracy of “Game Change,” an HBO film that premiered over the weekend, we’re not sure what to believe. Though we’ve heard many say that the movie has its fair share of inaccuracies, Nicolle Wallace, a former McCain aide who worked on the 2008 McCain presidential campaign, said last week that the flick is “true enough to make [her] squirm.”
1:15 pm, March 11th | by Laura Donovan
During a “Fox News Sunday” appearance following the movie’s debut, McCain repeated his claims that made-for-TV drama, “Game Change” has inaccuracies and paints an unfair portrait of former Alaska gov. Sarah Palin, who stepped into the political limelight when she became his VP.