Remember McCain: "He had a huge impact on shaping the Trump Administration's foreign policy..."@JoshRogin

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(Photo:English: YOKOSUKA, Japan (April, 11, 2009) Sen. John McCain administers the oath of enlistment to Sailors aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain (DDG 56). McCain is leading a congressional visit to the western Pacific Ocean and took the opportunity to visit the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer which is named for his father and grandfather. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Adam Vernon/Released)

Date 11 April 2009 )

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Remember McCain: "He had a huge impact on shaping the Trump Administration's foreign policy…"@JoshRogin

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Keeping up with John McCain

By Josh Rogin

Columnist

I’ll never forget the time the McCain delegation stopped in Budapest in 2014 on the way to a conference in Munich. We only spent five hours on the ground. But John McCain accomplished more diplomacy, human rights advocacy and mischief in those five hours than most senators do in a month. This was why folks traveling with McCain referred to his trips as “Bataan death marches,” a torture-themed joke McCain thought was funny.