Place McCain in the us Senate may take his widow.

Место Маккейна в американском Сенате может занять его вдова, - СМИ

The choice of John McCain as a representative of Arizona in the U.S. Senate, will appoint the Governor of the state Douglas Dusi. Consider widow Cindy McCain, former Senator from Arizona, John keel, and two former members of the house of representatives John Shadegg and Matt salmon.

It is reported by The New York Times, citing data from Republicans close to the Governor Dusi.

It is noted that the death of John McCain led to the fact that vacant Senate seat. The Governor of Arizona must appoint a representative in the state Senate, which will be the successor to McCain until a special election in 2020.

While Douglas Dusi issued a statement, according to which he intends to give the name only after you have completed all the events in memory of the deceased Senator.

The choice of the Governor of the film will have huge value. He faces a difficult choice – to appoint loyal to the President of the United States Donald Trump person, or enemy who is willing to succumb to the sharp criticism of actions of the American leader, as did McCain.

Republicans close to the Governor Dusi, called such candidates as widow Cindy McCain, former Senator from Arizona, John keel, and two former members of the house of representatives John Shadegg and Matt salmon.

Among the options is also the chief assistant Douglas Dusi and former legislator kirk Adams; state Treasurer Eileen Klein, member of the State Board of Regents, the Karrin Taylor Robson and former U.S. Ambassador to Finland Barbara Barrett.

Recall that John McCain died August 25 after a long battle with cancer. Good-bye Senator will be held in the building of the legislative Assembly of the state of Arizona.

The US President Donald trump has banned the White house to publish an official statement in connection with the death of John McCain, which was highly appreciated the heroism and life of a Senator. In addition, trump was not invited to the funeral of John McCain. At the same time, the funeral invited former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

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