McCain Gets Favorable Reaction amid Bad News John McCain met with supporters and had a fundraiser in Indianapolis on Friday, a day after the New York Times and the chairman of the FEC hit him with a one-two punch, raising questions about his relationships with lobbyists and his financial viability. The news was bad, but the reaction to it was largely positive for McCain.
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McCain Gets Favorable Reaction amid Bad News

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McCain Gets Favorable Reaction amid Bad News

McCain Gets Favorable Reaction amid Bad News

McCain Gets Favorable Reaction amid Bad News

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John McCain met with supporters and had a fundraiser in Indianapolis on Friday, a day after the New York Times and the chairman of the FEC hit him with a one-two punch, raising questions about his relationships with lobbyists and his future financial viability.

The news was bad, but the reaction to it was largely positive for McCain.