“I think my husband would be very pleased,” Cindy McCain, who endorsed the former vice president and is part of his transition team, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Monday.
“We were good friends with the Bidens,” she continued. “And I just know he is looking down and going, ‘You did the right thing.'”
Cindy McCain said Monday that she believes Biden could make good on his promise to unify the nation.
When asked if she believed Biden’s commitment to working across the aisle to get things done was possible in the current political climate, she replied, “I really do. I would not have supported Vice President Biden if I had thought … anything but that.”
She noted that Biden and her late husband had experience “working directly across the aisle with each other, disagreeing a lot, but they were able to get things done because they did for the good of the country.”
“That is the difference in President-elect Biden with regards to this White House,” she said. “I believe they can get things done and I also think that they’re going to heal the country by working that way — and that’s of course what we all want.”
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