Cindy McCain on Thursday morning reveled over the news that the Arizona Republican Party is in talks to censure her for endorsing Joe Biden for president, telling The View that she’s “going to make t-shirts” to boast about it.
McCain, the widow of former Arizona GOP Sen. John McCain, was one of a number of high-profile Republicans to rally behind Biden during the 2020 election, perhaps helping to tilt her state’s vote to the president-elect. Furthermore, the GOP no longer holds either of Arizona’s U.S. Senate seats after Martha McSally lost her race against Democratic challenger Mark Kelly—just a few years after Republicans occupied both seats.
Some members of the Maricopa County Republican Committee, meanwhile, reacted to McCain’s support of Biden by proposing a resolution to censure her, along with former Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ). While the censure of Flake was passed by an overwhelming vote, the amendment to include McCain apparently wasn’t “properly” added. The Arizona GOP has said it will vote on a “Censure McCain” resolution on January 23.
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