In a statement released late Monday, Trump announced he ordered the re-lowering of the flags that were up again on Monday after being lowered for Saturday, the day of McCain's death, and Sunday. Bob Corker said he was "all for" renaming the building in McCain's honor but that "there'll probably be some discussion about that" in both parties. "As we march forward with courage and resolve he would have demanded, may we take comfort in knowing that in that fight, John McCain will always have our back", Ducey added.
US President Donald Trump appears to have caved in to bipartisan demands to pay respects to late Sen.
Caleb Webb, 24, got into line a little later, at around 9:30, but after a similarly long night having just finished a night shift at his hotel job nearby.
Shortly after Mr McCain's death, the United States leader paid tribute to the fellow Republican on Twitter.More news: Tom Brady ends K&C interview following questions about Alex Guerrero
Caleb Webb said that he met Sen.
Lindsey Graham, a senior Republican senator close to McCain ideologically, said on Tuesday in the Senate that the lesson he learned from his "good friend" was that "when good ignores evil, it may be convenient bit it seldom works". "I'm going to do the best I can and try to honor him for the wonderful man that he is". Members of the public began lining up hours in advance for a casket viewing that was to begin in the afternoon.
Kassandra Morales, 44, stood with her sons, 8 and 2 years old.
"It's easy to prejudge what they should have done", Shelby said.More news: Michael Cohen's lawyer Lanny Davis backpedals on key claims
"I never had anybody in my family who served, so for me he's my veteran, my hero".
Members of the public line up to pay their respects to Sen.
Schumer, who worked closely with McCain on immigration and other issues, called McCain one of the "few truly great people" he's met in public service. "What I don't want is to establish a precedent so something named after John McCain is named after somebody else in the future".
"I nearly killed him! But if we never know, that is her right and I support it". "He was white-knuckling it and he said 'Hey I want to get there alive, '" Freedman said, chuckling.
That may have implications for the 2020 race and Doug Ducey's appointment of a replacement for John McCain, too. "There was no caste system in John McCain's life", he said. She said she liked how McCain didn't act like he was above others, and praised all he did for veterans. I don't think that political ideology is necessarily germane to friendships.More news: Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson vows to carry on dribbling in Premier League