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McCain says he's feeling well, vows return in January

19 Décembre 2017

Sen. John McCain is back home in Arizona recovering from his brain cancer treatment.

McCain left Walter Reed Medical Center "exhausted, but ok", a Republican close to him said. His office says the 81-year-old senator "looks forward to returning to Washington in January".

In its statement on Sunday, McCain's office provided an assessment from Dr. Mark Gilbert, chief of neuro-oncology at the National Institutes of Health's National Cancer Institute.

Republican Sen. John McCain has been treated at a military hospital for a viral infection and is "responding positively" to ongoing treatment for brain cancer.

Earlier Sunday, after speaking with McCain's wife, Cindy, President Donald Trump told reporters that McCain was having a "very tough time".

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"They've headed back, but I understand he'll come if we ever needed his vote, which hopefully we won't", Trump said after returning to the White House from Camp David.

The passage of the tax bill, however, does not hinge on McCain's support because the GOP has a 52-48 vote advantage in the Senate. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., missed votes last week. The GOP is likely to have enough Republicans to pass the measure.

Republican Sen. Bob Corker's announcement Friday that he would support the plan critical.

McCain will miss the highly anticipated vote on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, expected sometime this week. As a backstop, Vice President Mike Pence would be available to break a tie. If approved, the measure would head to Trump for his signature on what will be his first major legislative accomplishment since taking office 11 months ago.

The sources described McCain as looking increasingly frail and said he has not spoken up in recent GOP meetings the way he had before, in addition to his absence this week for treatment at Walter Reed Medical Center.

McCain says he's feeling well, vows return in January