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( Daily Caller ) Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain in 2012 turned over nearly $9 million in unspent funds from his failed 2008 presidential campaign to a new foundation bearing his name, the McCain Institute for International Leadership.

The institute is intended to serve as a “legacy” for McCain and “is dedicated to advancing human rights, dignity, democracy and freedom.” It is a tax-exempt non-profit foundation with assets valued at $8.1 million and associated with Arizona State University.

Conservative and liberal critics, however, believe the institute constitutes a major conflict of interest for McCain, The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group has learned.

….Critics worry that the institute’s donors and McCain’s personal leadership in the organization’s exclusive “Sedona Forum” bear an uncanny resemblance to the glitzy Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) that annually co-mingled special interests and powerful political players in alleged pay-to-play schemes.

The institute has accepted contributions of as much as $100,000 from billionaire liberal activist-funder George Soros and from Teneo, a for-profit company co-founded by Doug Band, former President Bill Clinton’s “bag man.” Teneo has long helped enrich Clinton through lucrative speaking and business deals.


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EXCLUSIVE: McCain Institute Is Funded By George Soros


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WASHINGTON - JUNE 25: U.S. President Barack Obama (L) delivers remarks after a meeting with a bipartisan group of Senators and members of Congress, including Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) (R), in the State Dining Room at the White House June 25, 2009 in Washington, DC. Obama hosted the bipartisan group of Senate and House members to begin a dialogue on immigration with the hope of starting the debate later this year. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)


  • John McCain when asked if America’s international standing was better under Obama:  “As far as American leadership is concerned, yes.”


Breitbart by Adam Shaw11 Jun 2017


Anti-Trump Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) has reportedly told a left-wing newspaper that he believes “American leadership” was better under President Barack Obama than President Trump — the latest in a series of shots the failed 2008 presidential candidate has taken at his fellow Republican.

According to the Guardian, McCain was “visibly irked” when asked about comments Trump made last week in the wake of the terrorist attack in London, in which he criticized London Mayor Sadiq Khan for his response to the atrocity.

“What do you think the message is? The message is that America doesn’t want to lead,” McCain said. “They are not sure of American leadership, whether it be in Siberia or whether it be in Antarctica.”

Then, when asked if America’s international standing was better under Obama, McCain reportedly responded: “As far as American leadership is concerned, yes.”

McCain — who lost his 2008 presidential bid against then-candidate Obama after a campaign in which he repeatedly defended Obama from his supporters’ criticisms — has been an outspoken critic of Trump and has refused to tone it down since his fellow Republican took the White House.


Read more: Report: John McCain Claims Barack Obama Provided Better ‘American Leadership’ Than Donald Trump



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After Senator John McCain went on a long winded rant from the Senate floor accusing Rand Paul of working for Vladimir Putin simply because he blocked a treaty that would allow tiny country of Montenegro to join NATO.  Paul dismissed that and fired back at McCain on MSNBC.

MSNBC: “What’s your reaction to Senator McCain’s characterization of your objection?”

Rand Paul: “Well you know I think he makes a really really strong case, you know for term limits. Umm I think maybe he’s uh past his prime. I think maybe he’s gotten a little bit unhinged.

I do think that when we talk about NATO there can be a rational discussion about the pros and cons of expanding it.”


Montenegro is a sovereign state in Southeastern Europe. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the south-west and is bordered by Croatia to the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the northwest, Serbia to the northeast, Kosovo[a] to the east, and Albania to the south-east. Its land area is only 5,333 sq. miles and it has 620,029 citizens according to 2o11 census.