John McCain Net Worth

How much is John McCain worth?

Net Worth:$16 Million
Date of Birth:August 29, 1936
Date of Death:August 25, 2018 (81 years old)
Height:1.75 m, 5 ft 8 in
John McCain Net Worth:
$16 Million

John McCain was an American politician who was a Vietnam War veteran and served as the senior United States Senator from Arizona. He was the Republican candidate for president in the 2008 United States election, which he lost to Barack Obama. In August 1999, he published his memoir “Faith of My Fathers” with Mark Salter, which was made into a TV movie. Born John Sidney McCain III on August 29, 1936 in Canal Zone, Panama, to John S. McCain Jr. and Roberta McCain, his father and grandfather were both four-star U.S. Navy admirals. He had a younger brother, Joe McCain and an elder sister, Sandy McCain. McCain graduated from the Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1958. He married Cindy McCain in 1980. He was previously married to Carol McCain from 1965 to 1980. He has three sons named Douglas, James and John and three daughters named Meghan, Bridget, and Sidney. McCain died on August 25, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

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John McCain began his career by getting enrolled in the United States military. During that period, he went to Fort McNair’s National War College. He retired from the Navy in April 1981 and was a captain. He had numerous decorations at the time of his retirement.

Personal Life

In July 1965, John McCain got married to model Carol Shepp. The couple has a daughter, Sidney. He also adopted two young children named Andrew and Douglas. They divorced in 1980. In the same year, he got married to Cindy Lou Hensley, who was a teacher. They have three children named Meghan, John Sidney, and James.

Inspirational Quotes by John McCain

The U.S. never lost a battle against North Vietnam, but it lost the war.

John McCain

The president has promised greater border security. We can agree to that. A literal wall might not be the most effective means to that end, but we can provide the resources necessary to secure the border with smart and affordable measures.

John McCain

On Putin's order, Russia intervenes in Syria not to fight terrorists but to abet the war crimes of the Assad regime. Russian bombers deliberately target aid workers and hospitals. They threaten Syrian freedom fighters trained by the U.S. They are allied with our enemies in the Middle East and trying to weaken our friendships there.

John McCain

Saddam Hussein is a risk-taking aggressor who has attacked four countries, used chemical weapons against his own people, professed a desire to harm the United States and its allies, and, even faced with the prospect of his regime's imminent destruction, has still refused to abide by Security Council demands that he disarm.

John McCain

The United States must look beyond Mr. Putin. His regime may appear imposing, but it is rotting inside. His Russia is not a great power on par with America. It is a gas station run by a corrupt, autocratic regime.

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