The John McCain Shocker: New York Times implies affair, favors for lobbyist. Campaign says its a smear.

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AUSTIN, TEXAS–The New York Times shakes up politics with this story about Sen. John McCain (R-Az.) in the Thursday paper. LINK The story implies McCain had some kind of an affair with a lobbyist and did favors for her. His campaign said the story was a “smear.”

On Thursday morning, McCain, with wife Cindy standing next to him during a press conference in Akron, said he never abused the public trust.

Cindy McCain said the story was “disappointing.”

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