Sen. McCain: We Have Framework for Bi-Partisanship

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Oct. 16 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Senator John McCain, a Republican from Arizona, speaks about the deal to end the U.S. government shutdown and raise the debt-ceiling. He speaks on the Senate floor. (Source: Bloomberg)

Leadership team this morning.

It is primarily who will put this on the floor first, the senate or the house.

John boehner will go through and put the senate proposal on the floor.

And what happens from there, they are -- hold on a second.

John mccain is speaking now.

Staying together to address other issues of importance, and to tell the american people there are at least 14 of us and many others who wanted to join that group, and who are welcome to join a group.

We are going to not let this kind of partner -- partisanship injured the american people.

And i'm proud to work with -- proud to have worked with the members from the other side, and on my side of the aisle.

This is not the last crisis where going to go through.

I think we have the framework for the kind of bipartisanship that the american people need and want.

I think him, and i look forward to working with them in the future.

I also enjoyed this spirited discussion we had.

And i want to thank especially my friend who enriched me with a small side wager that we made during the course of this discussion.

I yield the floor.

Senator john mccain, making clear he will not allow partisanship to get in the way of progress.

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