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PA U.S. Senators Pay Respects To McCain

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WASHINGTON, DC – Pennsylvania’s two U.S. senators issued statements regarding the death of Arizona U.S. Sen. John McCain, who died on Saturday. Sen. Pat Toomey called it “… a sad day for the Senate and America. Sen. John McCain was a hero and one of our nation’s greatest patriots. But most of all Sen. McCain was a fighter. He fought for his country in Vietnam. He fought for his brothers in arms while being held as prisoners of war.” Toomey added, “Most importantly, Senator McCain was not afraid to fight for what he thought was right, even when it was unpopular. Senator McCain led a life that should be admired and respected by all Americans. I am proud to have called him a friend.” Sen. Bob Casey said “Our grateful nation mourns the loss of Sen. John McCain, a patriot who spent a lifetime honorably serving the country he loved.”

SEN. BOB CASEY

SEN. PAT TOOMEY

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