McCain Shifts Right In Terror Debate

03/28/2008 02:45 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Senator John McCain, who has long distanced himself from the Bush administration on legal issues involving the war on terrorism, this week aligned himself with conservative supporters of the White House on key votes related to the interrogation of prisoners and warrantless surveillance.

Though McCain supporters defended his votes as consistent with his past positions, both appeared to represent a move to the right on issues in which the senator has been at odds with his party's conservative wing.

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