Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by New York Today ByAmy Zerba and Alexandra S. Levine Aug. 27, 2018 Good morning on this sunny Monday. Americans paused over the weekend to absorb the death of Senator John McCain, a Republican who represented Arizona in Congress for 35 years. He was 81. The outpouring of love and respect for the senator began trickling in on Friday, a day before his death, when his family announced he would no longer be treated for brain cancer, which he had been battling for more than a year. New Yorkers joined the chorus of voices to express their sorrow and share what he meant to them. “He was truly a gift. I first met him when I was in high school. I have not always agreed with him, but I’ve always looked up to his courage, the Maverick. He’s been a role model.” — Brendan M. Fredette, 36, Williamsburg, Brooklyn “As a Vietnam veteran and also a lifelong liberal thinker, I have always held Senator McCain in the greatest respect. My goodness, what a man, what an American.” — John… Read full this story
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