Arizona governor appoints ex-senator Jon Kyl to fill McCain’s seat
September 10, 2018
The choice facing Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey was an unenviable one. Should he choose a John McCain-style, sharp-tongued critic of President Trump to replace the late senator? A White House loyalist? A member of his own inner circle?
In the end, Ducey (R) chose perhaps the one candidate who could satisfy all the competing camps:
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