WASHINGTON--Cindy McCain just joined the ladies on ABC's "The View," sitting next to John McCain, who came on first. Asked about issues they disagree on--besides the tv remote control, Cindy said they see "eye to eye" on most things.
Barbara Walters, asking about abortion, said Cindy McCain does allow for exceptions for rape and incest--making her at odds with McCain vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin.
The show just ended. Walters, angling for a Palin visit to "The View," told McCain to pass on the message to Palin about how nice they were.
McCain is saying he will work with Hillary Rodham Clinton because "she will be one of the most influential and powerful members of the Senate."
The Friday Washington Post featured a front page story drilling down on Cindy's legal problems stemming from her addiction to prescription drugs.
Walters is asking how many houses they have. McCain got in big trouble when Politico reporters asked him and he said he did not know. Cindy reply to Walters: "that is not part of this campaign."