03/28/2008 02:46 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

McCain On Bush: "I'd Be Honored To Be Anywhere With Him"

The New York Times writes that Sen. John McCain will ask George W. Bush to fundraise for him, but does not "want the president to appear too often at his side." U.S. News reports:

Standing at an event this morning with former President George H.W. Bush to receive his and Barbara's endorsement, McCain was asked whether he "would be in effect carrying out a third Bush term."

"I'd be honored to have President George Bush's support, his endorsement," McCain responded. "And I'd be honored to be anywhere with him under any circumstances." He added, "I am proud of this president's strategy in Iraq."

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