McCain's Top Advisers Quit Campaign Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), having returned from a visit to Iraq, gives his impressions of the war on the Senate floor. Meantime, his longtime top two advisers quit his presidential effort, the latest blow to a campaign that has been struggling.
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McCain's Top Advisers Quit Campaign

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McCain's Top Advisers Quit Campaign

McCain's Top Advisers Quit Campaign

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Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), having returned from a visit to Iraq, gives his impressions of the war on the Senate floor. Meantime, his longtime top two advisers quit his presidential effort, the latest blow to a campaign that began as a frontrunner but has struggled in the polls and in fundraising.