When She Hears John McCain is in Hospital, Sarah Sanders Does the Incredible for His Family


This past week, Senator John McCain was readmitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to continue his recovery from the prior cancer treatment. McCain has been undergoing radiation and chemotherapy as part of his cancer treatments, and these have severely impacted his overall state of health.

He missed a full week on the Senate floor, and before his admittance on Wednesday, fellow members of the Senate have raised their concerns on McCain’s depleting energy. His colleagues have noticed that he has a much more fragile manner lately.
On Saturday, after hearing that McCain had been readmitted, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders sent out a heartwarming message of prayer to the McCain family.
“Praying for @SenJohnMcCain, @MeghanMcCain and the rest of his family. Keep up the fight. America is with you.”
President Trump also reportedly phones McCain’s wife and offered his best wishes to the entire family. The actions of both Trump and Sanders show the true compassion within the Trump administration. It is no secret that John McCain has made it a difficult year for the Trump administration. However, the Trump administration is mature enough to put the conflict aside in these tragic times.

Washington, D.C. ­– The office of Senator John McCain (R-AZ) released the following statement this week:
“Senator McCain is currently receiving treatment at Walter Reed Medical Center for normal side effects of his ongoing cancer therapy. As ever, he remains grateful to his physicians for their excellent care, and his friends and supporters for their encouragement and good wishes. Senator McCain looks forward to returning to work as soon as possible.”

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This past week, Senator John McCain was readmitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to continue his recovery from the prior cancer treatment. McCain has been undergoing radiation and chemotherapy as part of his cancer treatments, and these have severely impacted his overall state of health.

He missed a full week on the Senate floor, and before his admittance on Wednesday, fellow members of the Senate have raised their concerns on McCain’s depleting energy. His colleagues have noticed that he has a much more fragile manner lately.
On Friday, when Trump learned that McCain had been readmitted, he immediately called McCain’s wife – Cindy McCain – to give the whole family his best wishes and see how everything was going. The White House reported that the President simply wanted to check up on the family and offer his well wishes.
Even among times of conflict, President Trump takes the high road. McCain has made the Trump’s presidency a long and difficult one thus far, yet Trump still has the maturity to check in on the McCain family in times of trouble. This is the perfect man to run our country.
The entire Trump family has proven their compassion and kindness – even in the face of adversity. They are role models for all Americans.
President Trump on Friday called the wife of Sen. John McCain, the Arizona Republican who was hospitalized this week as he battles brain cancer, the White House said.
An official said Trump spoke by phone with Cindy McCain on Friday afternoon to “check in on Sen. McCain’s condition.”
McCain, 81, was diagnosed with brain cancer in July. On Wednesday, his office said he had been admitted to the hospital.
“Senator McCain is currently receiving treatment at Walter Reed Medical Center for normal side effects of his ongoing cancer therapy,” his office said. “As ever, he remains grateful to his physicians for their excellent care, and his friends and supporters for their encouragement and good wishes. Senator McCain looks forward to returning to work as soon as possible.”
JOE BIDEN CONSOLES DAUGHTER OF AILING JOHN MCCAIN ON ‘THE VIEW’
Despite his hospitalization, McCain’s Republican colleagues expressed optimism he will be able to make the expected votes on the tax overhaul next week. Senators must be physically present on the Senate floor to cast votes.
“Of course we all wish for Sen. McCain to have a great health for as long as possible,” Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, said Friday on Fox News. “My sense is that everybody’s made a commitment to be there next week. And we will certainly be able to have the vote. Our prayers go to him and his family.”
Republicans, with a 52-48 majority in the Senate, can only afford to lose two votes in the Senate. Vice President Mike Pence would have to break a tie in that case.
McCain isn’t the only Republican senator with health issues. Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran had a procedure this week to remove a non-Melanoma lesion on his nose, his spokesman said.
Former Vice President Joe Biden appeared Wednesday on ABC’s “The View,” where he offered words of encouragement to panelist Meghan McCain after she began crying while discussing her father’s battle with brain cancer.
Meghan McCain told Biden she hadn’t been able to get through his new memoir, “Promise Me, Dad,” which centers on the 2015 death of Biden’s son, Beau, from an aggressive tumor called glioblastoma. Doctors diagnosed Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., with the same type of tumor this past summer.
“I think about Beau almost every day and I was told that this doesn’t get easier but that you cultivate the tools to work with this and live with this,” Meghan McCain said, her voice breaking. “I know you and your family have been through tragedy I couldn’t conceive of.”

Biden, who served with John McCain in the Senate, stood up and moved from his seat on the set to sit next to her and hold her hand. He told Meghan McCain not to lose hope and that a medical breakthrough is possible.
“And it can happen tomorrow,” said Biden, who added, “there is hope, and if anybody can make it, your dad … her dad is one of my best friends … The thing that I found, and Beau insisted on and your dad’s going to insist on, is you’ve got to maintain hope. You have to have hope.”
A statement issued late Wednesday by the senator’s office said he’s at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland receiving treatment for the “normal side effects of his ongoing cancer therapy.” He looks forward to returning to work as soon as possible, the statement added
McCain, 81, underwent surgery in mid-July to remove a two-inch blood clot in his brain after being diagnosed with glioblastoma. He rebounded quickly, however, returning to Washington and entering the Senate on July 25 to a standing ovation from his colleagues.
But McCain’s condition has appeared to worsen in recent weeks. He suffered a minor tear in his right Achilles tendon, forcing him to wear a walking brace. McCain eventually began using a wheelchair with members of his staff pushing him where he needed to go.
As a Navy pilot, McCain lived through a July 1967 fire that killed 134 sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Forrestal in the Gulf of Tonkin during the Vietnam War. The following October, his plane was shot down during a bombing mission over Hanoi. He spent more than five years as a prisoner of war. McCain also has survived several bouts with melanoma, a dangerous skin cancer.
Biden, 74, considered a run for the Oval Office in 2016, but decided against it, later citing the trauma of his son death keeping him from the race. During his “The View” appearance, Biden recounted his long friendship with John McCain and how McCain had befriended Beau many years earlier when he served as a Navy liaison officer to the Senate.
Biden also laughed while remembering their political clashes, with the two Senate heavyweights going toe to toe.
“Her dad goes after me hammer and tong,” Biden told the audience. But he also said that, even now, if he called John McCain and asked for help, he’d be there for him.
Meghan McCain thanked Biden later, tweeting she had no words to convey her “immense gratitude.”
“Your strength, hope and fortitude are an inspiration to me and so many others daily,” she wrote.
God bless them! Keep the McCain family in your prayers this Christmas!

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