Senator John McCain (R-AZ) participates in a mock swearing-in with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden during the opening day of the 115th Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington.REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Cindy McCain, the widow of former Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain, will implicitly endorse Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden during Tuesday night’s Democratic convention. 
McCain will narrate a video about her late husband’s friendship with Biden, which began when the two worked together in Washington in the 1970s. 
“They would just sit and joke. It was like a comedy show, sometimes, to watch the two of them,” she says in the prerecorded video, first reported by the Associated Press. 
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Cindy McCain, the widow of former Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain, will implicitly endorse Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden by narrating a video about her husband’s friendship with Biden set to air at Tuesday night’s Democratic convention.

In a clip of the video first reported by the Associated Press, Cindy McCain laughs while recalling her husband’s relationship with the former vice president, which began when Biden was a senator and John McCain was assigned to be his military aide in the 1970s. The men’s families became friendly and picnicked in the Bidens’ backyard. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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