John McCain's brother calls death an 'incredible shock'

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His decades of service will not be forgotten by the men & women of Arizona.

Graham and McCain were two good friends who worked alongside each other in the Senate for more than 15 years.

HANOI, VIET NAM: A photo taken in 1967 shows US Navy Airforce Major John McCain being examined by a Vietnamese doctor. "The more he humiliated you, the more he liked you", Graham explained. You'd thank your lucky stars. "If I had to pick one person in this great land to explain to someone from a different planet who are these Americans, it would be John McCain with an assist from (his speechwriter) Mark Salter". "Either way, serving alongside John was never a boring affair".

But McConnell was careful not to make a specific recommendation.

Shane Doan of Halkirk, Alta., who retired from the National Hockey League previous year after 21 seasons with the Winnipeg Jets/Arizona Coyotes organization earlier this month, will be part of the service on Thursday. "I don't want to establish a precedent where somebody is unhonored in the future". McCain's Senate desk is draped in a black cloth with a simple vase of white roses on top.

McCain died on Saturday after a battle with brain cancer. "We are are citizens of the world's greatest republic, a nation of ideals, not blood and soil", he said. On the floor of the Senate, Republican Senator Johnny Isakson of Georgia warned against anyone speaking ill of John McCain.

He urged bipartisanship in McCain's honor. He was widely respected across the country, and across party lines. "We're in a new era now", Corker said. Richard Russell's (D-Ga.), who served in Congress until 1971 and fought to block civil rights legislation.

Utah's senators said Monday they favor renaming a Senate office building after the late Sen.

As the country continues to mourn Arizona Sen. "In that regard I was well-served". Schumer plans to introduce a formal resolution soon.

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Throughout McCain's illness, Trump continued to publicly snub him - including at a recent appearance in which the president declined to say McCain's name when signing a bill that was named for him.

"He recognized democracy was hard but living in bondage to tyranny was far harder".

"They took some of us to the brink of death, but we realized they valued us as a bargaining chip", said Swindle.

Graham continued, "Here's what I believe about Mueller".

McCain, who will be buried Sunday, is likely to be replaced by a more conservative, toe-the-line appointee.

"I remember him embracing a war that nobody wanted to talk about because he understood what it would cost to lose it", Graham said. When asked names of USA military members he would instead falsely give names of former classmates. "We owe him nothing less than the respect that he earned", the GOP senator said. McCain will lie in state in the Arizona State Capitol on Wednesday.

Former Presidents George W Bush and Barack Obama are expected to speak at McCain's memorial service at the National Cathedral in Washington on Saturday.

President Donald Trump will not attend and is not thought to have even been invited to the service, having had a long-running feud with Mr McCain.