As Democratic Race Ends, McCain Back in Spotlight John McCain has been the presumptive Republican presidential nominee for a few months while the two Democratic candidates stole the spotlight in a drawn out battle for their party's nomination. What will the Arizona senator's strategy be in a presidential race against Democrat Barack Obama?
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As Democratic Race Ends, McCain Back in Spotlight

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As Democratic Race Ends, McCain Back in Spotlight

As Democratic Race Ends, McCain Back in Spotlight

As Democratic Race Ends, McCain Back in Spotlight

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John McCain has been the presumptive Republican presidential nominee for a few months while the two Democratic candidates stole the spotlight in a drawn out battle for their party's nomination.

Host Renee Montagne talks to NPR News Analyst Juan Williams about McCain's campaign strategy in a presidential race with presumptive Democratic nominee Barack Obama.