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the world to join them in celebrating john mccain's life. his funeral was held at the national cathedral with law makers and cabinet members and former u.s. presidents unattendance. no party lines, no washington disagreements. only a shared sadness and appreciation for a war hero. and authoritative lion of the united states senate. donald trump was explicitly not invited by john mccain himself. the senator's family honored that wish and president trump stayed away. but the two men who prevented john mccain's election to higher office were there. former presidents barack obama and george w. bush each defeated mccain separately on his two runs for the white house. before he died, he displayed again civility and asked both former presidents to speak at his funeral.
i'm about to share with you right now comments from both presidents, bush and obama about the political life led by senator john mccain the powerful example he set. first the 43rd president, george w. bush. >> thing about john's life was the amazing sweep of it from a tiny prison cell in vietnam floor of the united states senate. from trouble making plea to presidential candidate. wherever john passed throughout the world, people immediately knew there was a leader untheir midst. and one epic life was written the curage and greatness of our country. for john and me there was personal journey. our hard fought political history. back in the day he could frustrate me. and i know he'd say the same thing about me.
but he also made me better. in recent years we sometimes talk of that intense period like football players. remembering a big game. in the process rivalry melted away. in the end i got to enjoy one of life's great gifts, the friendship of john mccain. and i'll miss it. moment said before my last debate ever with senator john kerry in phoenix i was trying to gather some thoughts in the holding room. i felt a presence, opened my eyes and six inches from my face was mccain who yelled relax, relax. john was above all a man with a
code. he lived by a set of public virtus that brought strength and purpose to his life and country. he was curages. with a curage that frightened his captors and inspired his countryman. he was honest. no matter whom it offended. presidents were not spared. he was honorable. always recognizing that his opponents were still patriots and human beings. he loved freedom with a passion of a man who knew its spbs. he respected the dignity inherent in every life. a dignity that does not stop at borders cannot be erased by dictators. perhaps above all john detested the abuse of power. could not abide bigots and swagering despresident trumps. there was something deep inside him that made him stand up for
the little guy to speak for forgotten people and places. one friend recalls how john, while a lowly phraoeb reacted to seeing an upper classman verbally abuse a steward. he told the jerk to pick on someone his own size. where did such strength and conviction come from? perhaps from a family where honor was in the atmosphere or the first-hand experience of cruelty which left physical reminders that lasted his whole life or from some deep well of moral principal. whatever the cause, it was this combination of curage and decency that defined john's calling. and culturely paralleled the calling of his country. it's this combination of curage
and decency that makes the military something new in history, an unrivalled power for good. it's this combination of curage and decency that set america on a journey and to the world to liberate death camps, to stand guard against extremism and to work for the true peace that comes only with freedom. john felt these commitments in his bones. it is a a tribute to his moral compass that dissidents and prisoners in so many places from russia to north korea to china knew that he was on their side. and i i think their respect meant more to him than any medals and honors life could bring. the passion for fairness and justice extended to our own military. when a private was poorly equipped or a seaman over worked in terrible condecision, john loved nothing more than dressing down an admiral or a general.
he remained a troublesome pleeb to the end. those in political power were not exempt. at various points throughout his long career he confronted policies and practices he believed were unworthy of his country. to the face of those in authority john mccain would insist we are better than this. america is better than this. john is the first to tell you was not a perfect man but he dedicated his life to national ideals that are as perfect as men and women have yet conceived. he was motivated by a vision of america carried ever ever upward on the strength of its principals. he saw our country not only physical place for power but as the carrier of intkaouring human assprations. as an advocate for the oppressed, as a defender of the peace, as promise unwavering,
dimmed, unequal. the strength of a democracy is renewed by reafirming the principals on which it was founded. and america somehow has always found leaders that were up to that task, particularly at the time of greatest need. john was born meet that kind of challenge. to defend and demonstrate the defining ideems of our nation. if we're ever tempted to forget who we are, to grow weary of our cause, john's voice will always come as a whisper over our shoulder. we are better than this. america is better than this. john was a restless soul. he really didn't glory in success or wallo in failure because he was always on to the next thing. friends said he can't stay in the same experience. one of his books end would the words and i moved on.
john has moved on. he would probably not want us to dwell on it. but we are better for presence among us. the world is smaller for his departure and we will remember him as he was. unwavering, undimmed, unequal. it [ applause ] >> president bush and his comments today at the celebration of john mccain. asking if president obama would also speak at his funeral.
they call it textbook john mccain. to show the world that political differences should never over shadow common decency. here is former president barack obama at today's funeral service for the late senator. >> for someone like john to ask you to stand speak of him when he's gone is a precious and singular honor. now when john called me with that request earlier this year i'll admit sadness and also a a certain surprise. but after our conversation ended i realized how well it captured some of john's essential qualities. to start with john liked being unpredictable. even little contraeurian. he had no interest in conforming
to some prepackaged version of what a senator should be and he didn't want a memorial that was prepackaged either. it also showed john's disdain for self pity. he had been to hell and back. and yet somehow never lost his energy or his optimism or his zest for life. so cancer did not scare him. and he would maintain that buoyant spirit to the very end, too stubborn to sit still, opinionated as ever. fiercely devoted to his friends and most of all to his family. it showed his irreverence. his sense of humor, a little bit of a mischievous streak.
after all what better way to get a last laugh than to make george and i say nice things about him to a national audience. understood if we get in the habit of bending the truth or party orthodoxy our democracy will not work. that's why he was willing to buck his own party at times. occasionally work across the aisle on campaign finance reform and immigration reform. that's why he championed a free and independent press as vital to our democratic debate. the fact that it earned him some good coverage didn't hurt either. john understood, as jfk understood, as ronald regan understood that part of what makes our country great is that our membership is based not on
our bloodline, not on what we look luke, what our last names are, not based on where our parents or grandparents came from or how recently they arrived but on adherence to a common creed that all of us are created equal. endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights. it's been mentioned today and we've seen footage this week of john pushing back against supporters who challenged my patriotism during the 2008 campaign. i was grateful but i wasn't surprised. as joe lieberman said it was john's instinct. i never saw john treat anyone differently because of their
race or religion or gender. and i'm certain that in those moments that have been reafford during the campaign he saw himself as defending america's character, not just mine. he considered it the imperative of every citizen who loves this country to treat all people fairly. and finally while john and i disagreed on all kinds of foreign policy issues, we stood together on america's role as the one nation believing that with great power and great blessings comes great responsibility. that burden born most heavily by our men and women in uniform.
service members like doug and jimmy and jack who followed their father's foot steps. as well as the families who serve along side our troops. but john understood that our security and our influence was one, not just by our military might, not just by our wealth, not just by our ability to bend others to our will but from our capacity to inspire others with our ad herance to a set of universal values. like rule of law and human rights. insistence on the god given dignity of every human being. of course john was the first to tell us he was not perfect.
like all of us who go into public service, he did have an ego. like all of us there was no doubt some votes he cast, some compromises he struck, some decisions he made that he wished he could have back. ults it's no secret, it's been mentioned that he had a temper and when it flared up, it was a force of nature, a wonder to behold. his jaw grinding, his face redding, his eyes boring a hole right through you, not that i ever experienced it first hand, mind you. but to know john was to know that as quick as his passions might flair, he was just as quick to forgive and ask for forgiveness.
he knew more than most his own flaws and his blind spots and he knew how to laugh at himself and that made him all the more compeling. we didn't advertise it but every so often over the course of presidency john would come over to the white house and we would just sit and talk in the oval office just the two of us. we'd talk about policy and family and the state of our politics. and our disagreements didn't go away during these private conversations. those were real and they were often deep. but we eenjoyed the time we shared away from the bright lights. and we laughed with each other. and we learned from each other.
we never doubted the other man's sincerity. or the other man's patriotism. or that when all was said and done we were on the same team. we never doubted we were on the same team. for all of our differences we shared a fidelity to the ideals for which generations of americans have marched and fought and sacrificed. and given their lives. we considered our political battles a privilege, an opportunity to serve as stewards of those ideals here at home to do our best to advance them around the world. we saw this country as a place where anything is possible.
and citizenship is an obligation to ensure it forever remains that way. and more than once during his career john drew comparisons to teddy roosevelt. i'm sure it's been noted that roosevelt's man in the arena seems tailored to john. most of you know it. roosevelt speaks of those who strive, who dire do great things. who sometimes win and sometimes come up short. but always relish a good fight. a contrast to those cold, timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat. isn't that the spirit we celebrate this week?
that striving to be better? to do better? to be worthy of the great inheritance that our founders bestowed? so much of our politics, our public life, ourpublic discourse can seem small. and mean. and petty. if balm pwas and insult. and phoney controversies and manufactured outrage. it's a politics that pretends to be brave and tough but is actually born of fear. john called on us to be bigger than that.
he called on us to be better than that. today is only one day in all the days that will ever be. but what will happen in all the other days that will ever come can depend on what you do today. what better way to honor john mccain's life of service than as best we can. follow his example. to prove that the willingness to get in the arena and fight for this country is not reserved for the few. it is open to all of us. that in fact it's demanded of all of us as citizens of this great republic. that's perhaps how we honor him best, by recognizing that there are some things bigger than
party or ambition or money or fame or power it. but there's some things that there worth risking everything for. principals that are eternal. truths that are abiding. it is best john showed us what that means. for that we are all deeply in his debt. and god bless john mccain. may god bless this country he served so well. [ applause ]
>> we have more on the funeral of john mccain. here's part of his daughter, meagan's emotional tribute. >> john mccain was not defined by prison, by the navy, by the senate, by the republican party or by any single one of of the deeds in his absolutely extraordinary life. john mccain was defined by love. alright, i brought in new max protein
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more than 3,000 mourners honoring senator john mccain today at the washington cathedral. a navy pilot held as prisoner of war in vietnam for tpaoeufpb long years. joining us now cnn presidential historian, the former director of the nixon presidential library and retired rear admiral john kirby, former state department spokesman and cnn military and diplomatic analyst. i want to start with you because i know you asked senator mccain to write your son a letter. tell us about that. >> my son was getting ready to start his naval career. he's been recently commission as an officer in the navy. i thought it would be very special if he could get words of advice and wisdom from senator mccain. all of us who grew up know thing mccain family, respecting them
and honoring them for their service and i thought it would be special. i sent a note to the staff and i was very surprised that he responded so quickly but he did write back a very nice letter and if it's ookay i'll read a little bit of it for you. >> please. >> as you know my father and grandfather served in the navy. both were men of great curage and dignity, both were tough acts to follow. but they also inspired me to serve a cause greater than own self interest. it was their leadership and inspiration that encourage canned me to work for others. god bless me with a company of heroes and it has made all the difference in my life. and he closed it with these two sentences i think are powerful. be proud of your accomplishments and never stop believing in yourself and most importantly you will find the most happiness serving a cause greater than your own self interests.
i love my son and i'm very proud of him but there isn't anything that as a former naval officer myself that could have been better or more elegant than what senator mccain did. >> no doubt. i'm letting those words linger because that was a powerful message a beautiful message, something that resonates with anybody. what does this letter mean to him? >> he was as stunned and set back as i was. on two levels. one that the senator and his staff would take the time to do this. the senator didn't know me, certainly doesn't know my son and given all he was going 32 through in the winter that he would take the time to do this and number two i think he was just as blown away by the actual message itself. calling on this young officer to look at the service in the navy as something bigger than himself and to serve a cause greater than himself is such a universal virtue of the military, something that we can resonate
with but i think it really did impress my son a lot that the senator would take the time to deliver that particular message so personally. >> i want to get your take on the other messages we heard today, the eulogies the former presidents barack obama and george w. bush. >> i think in many ways senator mccain's last gift to our country was the service today. i believe he knew exactly the message that both barack obama and george w. bush would deliver. and he knew that that message would be delivered in different ways because the men are different. in his book, it's a wonderful book by the way, the restless way, his last book, he talks about obama's a great orter. we always look for a cicero and he knew president obama was a cicero. he knew bush had his own way of
saying the same thing and it's that thing he wanted us was that our nation is a cretal nation. what bring us together is a set of ideals and thats are what he spent his life defending. we are not a nation of blood and soil. we aspire to be something and that's why what we heard today it were speeches that franklin roosevelt and that abraham lincoln and john f kennedy and ronald regan could have identified with and that was john mccain's gift to us. because he didn't want people untears from how he selected the eulogies. he wanted to reaffirm those values that inspired his life. and he chose two men who could do so powerfully. george w. bush and barack obama and they did today. >> i want to say amen, brother.
i feel like you just took me to church, tim. but it was so powerful to watch the service because it was just one of those moments. i mean really the service in itself was a moment i felt like in this country. but it was so striking the mesening in contrast to what we've seen in our political dialogue and just society right now, the divisiveness we have. of course president trump was not there. how unusual, how unprecedented is it for the sitting president not to be invited to the funeral of a member of his own party? >> well, i think i want to dwell today on the unprecedented nature of two presidents from different parties kwraoeulogyiz same man. they both of the -- to have two
men of different parties that both fought mccain and beaten mccain too, have them speak was about something bigger than party and that was the point, which is we can fight but at the end of the fight we're still americans. we trust and respect each other. we shouldn't be so petty that we never can embrace the one who beat us. the one that we fought against. can you imagine this man sit sat down and said who do i wish to speak for me and about me and he chose men who fought against him and with whom he disagreed. but knew when given the opportunity they would speak of that which bound them together and not that which cast them asupbder. he knew bush and obama tkwaod it and they did and that was gift to our country from senator mccain. . >> thank you both. i really apraoegsziate it. weir. when you're particular,
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he worked for the national enquirer for 28 years. and thanks for being with us. you tell us this safe was no secret among employees. explain what kind of a safe we're talking about and what kind of evidence was kept in it. documents, recordings, photos, what was it? >> materials of a particular sensitive nature were kept in this safe and an iron safe with a combination. and it included very sensitive story files in addition to photographs, audio and video recordings, things that were the utmost sensitive to the news gathering. >> so were these things just related to donald trump? or could they have been about other people and other stories? >> no, it's a litany of very
important names are involved. but of course president trump wanted a clean slate and he thought it would be best to just buy everything up have it off the market so he wouldn't have to worry about it. >> now, did you know that president trump was trying to buy those items that were in the safe? >> only later did we learn that president trump was actually work upbg hand in hand with ceo david picker and someone comup with the idea of purchasing the entire contents of the safe. >> who came up with that idea? do you know? >> i believe it would have been on the president's side. it would just be one less thing to worry about. because within the files you know often times were the names of sources who contributed the story ideas, sources who lepped
back up the story. so it would give him a chance to review all of the people who contributed stories on his personal life. >> now when was that discussion about buying up the contents of that safe? and did you know about it fist hand or was it the rumor that was going around the office? >> again i've bun gone for five years. i think thi think the contents safe and acquiring everything in it developed since the presidential run. >> now trump's friend, david owns the company that owns national enquirer. what do you know about their relationship? >> i know that they were good >> i know they were good personal friends and they were a lot alike in that both were shrewd businessmen and had a sharp eye on, you know, the
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