A telling moment occurred during the press conference when McCain was asked whether the fact that some Republican members of Congress haven’t endorsed him yet indicates he was having difficulty unifying the party.
As part of his response, McCain rattled off a list of his former Republican rivals whose support he was proud to have — Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson, Mike Huckabee … then he just paused for several seconds as if he had to think about it, before mentioning Mitt Romney.
I suppose some would call it a “senior moment” for McCain, but I interpreted it more as an “I still hate that phony but I suppose I have to mention his name” moment.
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