John Sidney McCain III was born on August 29, 1936, and died on August 25, 2018, on August 25. He is an American politician and served as senior United States Senator in Arizona. He was elected in 1986 to represent Arizona. He was a Republican nominee for the President of the United States in the 2008 presidential election and was defeated by Barack Obama.
McCain graduated from the US Naval Academy in 1958, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather – both 4-star admirers – to the US Navy. He became a naval pilot and flew landing aircraft from the aircraft carrier. He was shot down, badly injured, and captured by the North Vietnamese Army when McCain made the bombing mission in Hanoi’s rolling thunder strategy in October 1967. He was a prisoner until 1973. McCain repeatedly tortured and rejected the original offer of repatriation. The wound he suffered during the war adversely affects his physical ability. He retired in 1981 as captain of the Navy, moved to Arizona and then sat on politics. In 1982, McCain was elected a member of the House of Representatives for two periods. He became US Senator. She was re-elected five times in 1987 and most recently in 2016.
In general, I follow the conservative principle, but he is known as “courageous” because he does not agree with his own party on certain issues. After being investigated and released as a member of Keating Five by the 1980s political scandal, he focused on reforming campaign finance. He passed the McCain – Feingold Act 2002. He was also known for his conviction that in the 1990s he would restore diplomatic relations with Vietnam and carry out the Iraq war until his main goal was achieved. McCain is chairman of the Senate Trade Commission and dismisses the pork budget (allocating regional projects). He is a member of the Dwipartai group called Gw 14 and is important to reduce the crisis in the appointment of judges It matters.
McCain ran for the Republican president in 2000, but was defeated in the area code by Governor George W. Bush of Texas. He took a step forward in 2008, but was defeated by Democratic Barack Obama in the parliamentary elections in the election of 365-173 voters. Then he took a more orthodox conservative position and rejected the decision of the Obama administration, especially from a foreign policy perspective. In 2013, he became an important person to negotiate certain topics in the Senate in a very biased government environment. In 2015, McCain became chairman of the Senate Army Committee. After being diagnosed as a brain tumor in 2017, he reduced the burden of the Senate in his duties. In August 2018, his family announced that he would stop providing medical care. He died at the age of 81 on August 25, 2018, four days before his 82nd birthday.