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Obama And Biden Send Heartfelt Tweets After John McCain Is Diagnosed With Cancer

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Senator John McCain’s office announced on Wednesday that he was recently diagnosed with brain cancer. The Republican Senator from Arizona was having a blood clot removed from his brain when doctors made the discovery.

According to scans of McCain’s brain after the completion of the procedure, the cancerous tissue had been completely removed.

McCain’s colleagues in Washington quickly rushed to his side, wishing him the best on Twitter. It wasn’t just Republican lawmakers who showed their concern. Former Vice President Joe Biden, whose own son Beau died from a brain tumor exactly like McCain’s, was quick to praise his long-time friend.

 

One of the most widely spread and appreciated tweets came from former President Barack Obama.

“John McCain is an American hero & one of the bravest fighters I’ve ever known,” Obama tweeted. “Cancer doesn’t know what it’s up against. Give it hell, John.”

With more than 333,000 retweets and approaching 1.5 million likes, Obama’s tweet is one of the more successful tweets of 2017.

John McCain’s office announced on Thursday that he is recovering “amazingly well.”

James Kosur is the Editor-In-Chief and founder of RedStateDisaster. He recently served as an editor for Business Insider, Business2Community, and various other publications. James focuses much of his energy on national politics and military & defense news. He is responsible for overall content strategy at RSD. Reach him at James@RedStateDisaster.com or call 309-270-7656

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