John McCain rips Tea Party, Fox News, calls Hillary Clinton a 'rock star'

Remember this article from 2013?  

When asked about Hillary Clinton, John McCain stated:

"I think she did a fine job," he said of Clinton's performance as Secretary of State despite the scandal surrounding the Benghazi terror attack.

"She’s a rock star. She has, maybe not glamour, but certainly the aura of someone widely regarded throughout the world. I do think it is interesting that the issues where John Kerry is engaging is where Hillary Clinton did not engage in, that those decisions were left to the White House and the National Security Council," he added.

What if Hillary ran against Rand Paul in 2016:

"It’s gonna be a tough choice," he said, laughing.

He clarified his remark, saying Paul "represents a segment of the GOP, just like his father. And I think he is trying to expand that, intelligently, to make it larger."

He called Rand Paul and Ted Cruz "wacko birds."  

He said Obama has "grown" in office, especially since the president has reached out to him and Sen. Lindsey Graham, the South Carolina Republican who is often at McCain's side on issues like immigration. McCain praised Graham, saying he "is like a son to me."

Fox News is "schizophrenic."

About the TEA Party:  "Many in this group didn’t come to power to get things done. They came to power to keep things from getting done," he said.

John McCain also stated:  Kelly Ayotte, I am very close to. Chuck Schumer (Democrat). Carl Levin (Democrat) and I are as close as two people can be.

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