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John McCain Congratulated Barack Obama 11 Years Ago

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John McCain Congratulated Barack Obama 11 Years Ago

John McCain Congratulated Barack Obama 11 Years Ago

On August 28,2008, Republican presidential nominee Sen.

John McCain, released a video congratulating his opponent.

He congratulated then-Sen.

Barack Obama on winning the Democratic nomination.

Obama was the first African-American candidate to accept the Democratic Party nomination.

According to Business Insider, he took the night off his campaign to recognize Obama’s accomplishment.

McCain said: “Senator Obama, this is truly a good day for America.”

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