Stevens Reed Curcio &
|Announcer: A story
about John McCain. John's wife, Cindy recalls how the McCain's came
to adopt their daughter Bridget.
Cindy McCain: I was working in Bangladesh. We were a medical team, and we made the decision to go see Mother Theresa's orphanage. And I came to know Bridget.
I was getting ready to leave and the nuns said could you please take her, she needs medical help.
So I made the decision without ever calling John to bring her back. And I realized on the plane that I simply couldn't give this child up.
I showed up in Phoenix and John just leaned over to me and kind of quietly whispered, where is she going to go.
And I said, Well, I thought maybe she'd go to our house.
And he said well, I had a feeling that might be the case, she's welcomed in our home, and that was all we said.
What I would like the American people to know about John McCain is that he's a strong father, he's a man of character, a man of his word, someone that we can trust.
Announcer: John McCain, the character to do what's right, the courage to fight for it.
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