Donnelly, Braun Link To Trump Ahead Of President's Evansville Visit

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President Trump will visit the Ireland this November, the White House has confirmed.

"Did it surprise you?"

Biden said McCain "could not stand the abuse of power wherever he saw it, in whatever form, in whatever country".

Trump, who last visited the state in May, called Braun a "special guy" and said he will "be a truly great senator".

"It [likely] had less to do with policy, and more to do with how you conduct yourself", Ridge said.

We're always happy to have President Trump in IN, but Hoosiers still want a senator who always puts them first before any politician or political party.

"What better way to get a last laugh than to make George and I say nice things about him to a national audience", Obama joked, adding it was a symbol of McCain's large spirit that while he relished political combat, he could also find common ground with former rivals.

"I've done everything that they requested and no, I don't think I have at all", he said.

During an interview with Bloomberg News on Thursday, Mr Trump said he was not willing to compromise with Canada on revising NAFTA.

Trump also insisted in the interview that he properly honored McCain after the longtime senator and Vietnam War veteran died from brain cancer.

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McCain's body arrived in Washington Thursday after two days of memorials in his adopted home state of Arizona.

Asked by reporters if he meant to visit, he said: "I will".

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a man who at times fought on the opposite side of McCain on issues like campaign finance, remembered McCain as a tough political opponent.

He wrote: "We weaken our greatness when we confuse our patriotism with tribal rivalries that have sown resentment and hatred and violence in all the corners of the globe".

Dave Harden, a former U.S. Agency for International Development official, said "an immediate and capricious cut off of UNRWA funding, risks collapsing the Palestinian Authority, empowering Hamas and shifting the responsibility of health, education, and ultimately security services to the Israelis".

He said the "shocking decision" would make it more hard to achieve peace in the region. "We never doubted that we were on the same team".

Of those who spoke at Friday's ceremony, fellow Republican Mitch McConnell had perhaps the fullest sense of the McCain experience.

On Sunday, McCain will return to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, for a private funeral and burial at the cemetery there.

Lisa Mascaro and Zeke Miller in Washington and Catherine Lucey in Sterling, Virginia, contributed.

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