Video: McCain says he'll bite back at Bush's attacks
NORTH AUGUSTA, South Carolina (CNN) -- Arizona Sen. John McCain said Tuesday
that while he would strive to stay on message in the race for the GOP
presidential nomination, he is not afraid to bite back at negative attacks by
Texas Gov. George W. Bush.
Both candidates have launched a host of targeted ads over the past few days,
and Tuesday aboard his campaign bus -- the "Straight Talk Express" -- McCain had
some sharp words for the Texas governor. CNN's Jonathan Karl explains the
Arizona senator's "get tough" approach.
CNN's Jonathan Karl explains the Arizona senator's "get tough" approach
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